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  • Dialogo Intercultural de Mexico Activo / Habesha Project

    Habesha Americas


    Habesha Americas is a United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) project which seeks to guarantee the rights of refugees, asylum seekers and others to quality education. It is funded by and implemented in coordination with UNHCR, in the hope of increasing the number of refugees accessing higher education globally, this is particularly aimed at refugees and asylum seekers In Situ.

  • Details at a glance

    All fields of study
    Until 04/01/2021
    Bachelor's, Technical Degrees
    Full scholarship for the full period of studies, Loan
    Applicants up to age 30 are eligible
  • Requirements

    Targeted nationalities
    Targeted Country of Asylum
    Accepted status documentation
    Refugee certificate, Asylum seeker certificate, Complementary or temporary /protection status certificate
    Language of Instruction
    Language Proficiency Level
    Which certificate do you require to prove the required language proficiency?
  • More details about this opportunity

    • What is covered in this program
      Application fees
      Preparation courses
      Monthly stipend (e.g. food allowance)
      Mentoring or psycho-social support
      Pre-admission exam fees
      Settling in
      Transition of documents
      The monthly stipend is transferred through UNHCR Mexico, not directly by Habesha Project
    • Is the student allowed to work while studying?
    • Application period
      Application periods will be announced in the Habesha Project website
    • Release of the selection decision
      December 2020
  • For further questions contact the scholarship provider

  • Disclaimer

    The content presented on this site has originated from the third party providers. UNHCR is not responsible for the application process or oversight of the opportunities presented here. Questions on a particular opportunity should be directed to the relevant provider.

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