Refugees in Germany: asylum procedure, support, special programmes - German Education Server
Germany saw a significant rise of refugee immigration in 2015, and again in 2022 due to the war in Ukraine. Different support programmes and projects have since been introduced - for example, language ,
and residence, training and funding for refugee researchers, students . Flüchtg; Deutsch als Fremdsprache; Förderprogramm; Asyl Suchender; Ukraine
The official website by the German authority responsible for handling applications by refugees for recognition in Germany, available in several languages. The site informs about the application procedure, required documents, and also about current regulations regarding the coronavirus pandemic. Brochures are also available for download.
On 24 February 2022, the invasion of Ukraine by the Russian forces began and millions of people have meanwhile sought refuge in neighbouring countries. This site informs about EU and German measures to protect people from Ukraine seeking work, wanting to study .
The website offers basic information on entry, residence, education and work and provides help with finding accommodation and medical care. The information is Visitors can also contact tthe providers for more specific issues.also available in Ukrainian and Russian .
Information for refugees from Ukraine following the war in 2022. The areas addressed are schooling, higher education, training and work, research opportunities in Germany. Some information is available in Ukranian and English.
document from: Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)
#ScienceForUkraine is a community group of volunteer students and research scientists from academic institutions in Europe and around the world.
Our mission is to collect and disseminate information about support opportunities at the university, national, and international level for students and researchers directly affected by the recent Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
On this website you will find a wide [...]
The Humboldt Foundation, together with the Federal Foreign Office and diverse foundations, offers stipends to German institutions wishing to host a researcher who is threatened by war or persecution in his or her country. Researchers will be granted full-time placements for 24 months to continue their work in a German Institution, extended funding is possible. This initially temporary programme was placed on a [...]
DeafRefugees.de is a nationwide association of various umbrella organizations, state associations, regional associations and volunteers who collect barrier-free information especially for deaf refugees and provide contact persons.
The website is also available in Ukrainian and Russian .
Owing to the Russian attack on Ukraine in 2022, many people from Ukraine have fled war and are looking for support. Many institutions in Germany offer advice and internships, e.g. the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training. The website prresents relevant information adddressing internships, the structure of the German VET system.
The German Academic Exchange Service DAAD has compiled information for Ukrainian students and scientists in view of the war instigated by Russia in February 2022. Students and scientists from Ukraine are offered support and the DAAD invites partners like Alexander von Humboldt Foundation to share their statements and scholarship information, while cooperations with Russia have been put on h old.
This guide offers first orientation to refugees arriving in Germany, it was financed and organised by volunteers to provide neutral information. Translated into many languages, e.g. English, Frrench, Arabic, Pashtu.
In recent years,a large number of refugees and asylum seekers have entered European countries and many wish to enrol in higher education. The document presents national policies and measures regarding access to higher education - even in cases where it is not possible to certify a qualification -and other means of support, e.g. mental health programmes.
Since 2013, Germany has experienced a high intake of refugees and asylum seekers compared to other countries in Europe. To provide insights into the integration process, the report analyzes a new dataset derived from a survey conducted by the German Institute for Employment Research (IAB), the German Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF), and the Socioeconomic Panel at the German Institute for [...]
Impulse, the bulletin of the German Youth Institute, presents this English language publication to inform about the situation of young refugees in the German welfare system, against the background of current issues in asylum policy, childrens rights, child and youth welfare. Germany is among the most popular countries for immigrants. Topics include a dossier that sheds light on the reality of young refugees [...]