We will stop here and go no further: Syrian university students and scholars in Turkey


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The crisis in Syria continues to have a devastating impact on professors, university students, and the education sector, not only in Syria but also in the neighboring countries that are hosting so many displaced Syrians. In this report, the Institute of International Education (IIE) and its Syria Consortium for Higher Education in Crisis look at the conditions and educational needs of Syrian university students and scholars in Turkey. [This report] is based on first-hand research and interviews conducted in Turkey in June and July 2014 through a joint effort by IIE and the University of...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Students; Providers of education and training; Equity; Higher education; Participation; Teaching and learning; Outcomes; Culture and society; Youth; Migration; Disadvantaged; Research

Keywords: Academic staff; Access to education and training; Enrolment; Youth at risk; Refugees; Case study; University; Barrier; Education and training needs; Recommendations

Geographic subjects: Syria; Middle East; Turkey; Asia

Published: [New York, New York]: Institute of International Education, 2014

Physical description: 55 p.

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Statement of responsibility: Keith David Watenpaugh, Adrienne L. Fricke, and James R. King with Chris Gratien and Secil Yilmaz

Resource type: Report

Document number: TD/TNC 124.860

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