Recent survey responses offer a window into the outcomes of Syrian refugees through the lens of nearly 340 participants in the WES Gateway Program pilot.
Although the socieconomic integration of refugees in Germany remains sluggish in 2019, the humanitarian migrants in the country are attending university and working in greater numbers, thereby helping to address labor shortages. If the integration of the refugees succeeds, the economic benefits for Germany could be sizeable.
Current global crises present significant barriers to educational access for displaced students. Recent research suggests helpful policy changes.
Fanshawe College in Ontario leveraged WES’ Gateway Program to enroll refugees from Syria who wanted to study at the college.
Canada’s Express Entry Immigration System: Changes in Applicant Pool and Behavior After Its Implementation
Canada hopes to welcome 1.3 million newcomers between 2018 and 2021. How has their new Express Entry immigration system affected the applicant pool?