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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

Rostock International House

INSTITUTION RESPONSIBLE FOR THE INITIATIVE

University of Rostock

COUNTRY

Germany

CITY

Rostock

ADDRESS

University of Rostock
18051 Rostock

TYPOLOGY

- Help desk and supporting services for refugee students
- Language and other introductory courses for refugee students
- Recognition of studies and prior learning for refugee students
- Tutoring and peer support for refugee students
- University policies on access to higher education

TARGET GROUPS

- Newly arrived refugees
- Refugees of second generation
- University staff (academic and administrative)

DESCRIPTION AND METHODOLOGIES

Rostock International House at the University of Rostock can advise prospective students with refugee status on the options for going to a university, and can provide support with the application process. The decision on admission to a course is regulated by established processes over which Rostock International House has not control (admission procedure). There is either the option of completing a course as a visiting student for one or two semesters at the University of Rostock, or of starting a full-time course. On a full-time course, the aim in most cases is to obtain a Bachelor's or Master's degree or, where stipulated by the subject (e.g. in law, medicine or teaching), to take the state examination.

RIH (Rostock International House) offers all prospective students with certificates the option of having the certificates reviewed at one-to-one interviews and offers advice to the applicant on his or her potential education pathway.

Office hours
You can visit the University on

Tuesdays from 9 am to 12 pm and

Thursdays from 2 pm to 4 pm

at Kröpeliner Strasse 29, Room 103.

To arrange individual appointments outside of these office hours: refugees(at)uni-rostock.de.

You can contact the University by telephone on:

Tel.: +49 (0) 381 498 1189 or 1701