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Refugees Initiative

Refugee training program

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INTERVIEWS


INSTITUTION RESPONSIBLE FOR THE INITIATIVE

IHECS-Brussels School on Journalism & Communication

COUNTRY

Belgium

CITY

Brussels

Address

rue de l'Etuve B-1000, 58-60, Bruxelles

TYPOLOGY

- University policies on access to higher education

TARGET GROUPS

- Newly arrived refugees

DESCRIPTION AND METHODOLOGIES

Refugees with status, asylum seekers and persons benefiting from subsidiary protection with an A2 level of French, wishing to study in the field of applied communication and / or journalism, and able to claim an equivalence the upper secondary diploma, are eligible to apply for the Refugee Training Program.

The Refugee Training Program offers Bachelor courses in Applied Communication or English program for international students and French lessons in class.