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ReConnect supports unemployed and underemployed Refugees to gain mainstream teaching qualifications at UCL Institute of Education, to help them to realise their potential and become active participants within the UK and in their countries of origin or developing countries.

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How Refugees are Reconnecting to Education

World Refugee Week 2019, UCL Institute of Education, London.

ReConnect works in partnership with UCL Institute of Education to support refugees into Higher Education through Reconnect to Education: Preparation for Higher Education Programme: includes academic writing, critical reading, presentations and ICT skills and familiarisation with teaching and learning practices of UK universities.
A Refugee Week Event organised by ReConnect in partnership with UCL Instituted of Education to support Refugees into Higher Education and Teaching, was held on Wednesday 19 June 2019, 5.00 – 8.00pm at Jeffrey Hall, UCL Institute of Education.

“The project had given me a new life and lots of options. Teaching is an inspirational career and very rewarding one. I am currently teaching GCSE biology, A Level biology and BTEC Level 3 applied science at a London College. Had the chance to be a Course Team Leader for 6 months. I am enjoying every minute of it.”

– Female, from Iraq

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Reconnect - Preparation for Higher Education Programme

This project aims  is to enable refugees to progress into higher education and teaching. The project supports prospective trainees with coursefees and cost of travel.

It costs: £1,100 to enable a Refugee/Asylum Seeker to undertake the programme. This include guidance, course fees and cost of travel.

Pathways into Teaching for Refugee

This project aims to enable refugees to undertake PGCE  in Post-Compulsory Education at UCL Institute of Education. The project supports prospective trainees with course fees and cost of travel.

It costs: £10,700 to enable a Refugee to undertake a teacher training course. This include guidance, tuition fees, Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) and Occupational Health Checks fees and cost of travel.

Refugees into teaching: Skills Transfer to Ethiopia

This project aims to make a contribution to improving the quality of education in Samara University/ Ethiopia through the transfer of skills of UK based teachers with refugee backgrounds who have benefited high quality training at UCL Institute of Education, and have been supported by ReConnect.

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