The partnership aims at developing common standards for the integration of students with a refugee background at the partner universities and, in the long-run, also in the European labor-market. It addresses and aims to solve two societal issues: first, the slow inclusion of highly skilled migrants and refugees into European society and labor market and second, the demand for STEM and IT-professionals of the increasingly digital labor market.
The project addresses these issues, looking at the associated challenges from different angles and by producing diverse outputs. The working packages of the project include:
The Academic Advising Service of TU Berlin leads the working package on onboarding with the aim to create a handbook with guidelines for advising refugee students throughout the whole student-life-cycle. These guidelines can then be applied by the partner institutions as well as beyond.
TU Berlin's Modern Language Center is part of the IncluSTEM project as well and leads the working package on language training. More information about the IncluSTEM project is available on the project website.
Academic Advising for refugee students
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