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Refugees Initiative

A Map focusing on the 3 partners'countries represented within the partnership identifying the integration activities carried out investigating regulatory measures of integration undertaken directly by universities.

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TITLE OF THE INITIATIVE

Welcome Refugees Program

INSTITUTION RESPONSIBLE FOR THE INITIATIVE

University of Naples - L' Orientale

COUNTRY

Italy

CITY

Naples

ADDRESS

Via Chiatamone 61/62 - 80121

Contact persons:
Prof Anna De Meo e-mail: [email protected]
Dr Annita Varriale e-mail: [email protected]

TYPOLOGY

- Financial support for refugee students
- Help desk and supporting services for refugee students
- Language and other introductory courses for refugee students
- University policies on access to higher education

TARGET GROUPS

- Newly arrived refugees
- Refugees of second generation

DESCRIPTION AND METHODOLOGIES

The University opens its degree courses to refugees in our country, and it does so by giving them the opportunity to enroll in the tax exemption regime.

Activities
Foreign students, who are recognized as refugee and / or refugee status, do not pay the annual all-inclusive contribution, and only pay the amount relating to the stamp duty of € 16.00 and the regional tax for the right to study of € 140.00. The SOS - Student Orientation Service - organizes orientation interviews for students interested in enrollment, to learn about the organization of the University and its services, the educational offer and the teaching methods, and examines their school and academic situation, as well as to provide the necessary support for the bureaucratic process. In addition, the University also supports refugees with Italian language courses, which are essential for the student's educational success and for completing their studies.