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In partnership with Dialogue Cafe Network, the Global Platform for Syrian Students organised an WIHW join event on the 8th of February 2014 in order to support Syrian students.

 

Syrian scholars supported by the Global Platform for Syrian Students get together in Fundação  O Século, Estoril, last Friday 21st August. 

 

40 new Syrian Students resuming soon their Higher Education in Portugal!

 

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Testimonial: "I’m making friends from all around the world and gaining a new language..."

 

Doing More, Better and Faster. Setting up a Rapid Response Mechanism for Higher Education in Emergencies

Read a nice article written about Khuloud, a former Syrian student supported by the GP4SYS, today engineer who stands out in EDP Distribuição. 

The Global Platform for Syrian Students is glad to announce that a new group of 55 students arrived to Portugal on Saturday 26 May 2018. 

Já ouviu falar do músico palestino-sírio Aeham Ahmad, que no meio das ruínas de Al Yarmouk, no sul de Damasco, tocava piano para alegrar a vida das crianças sírias? Pois a música tem esse poder, o de fazer renascer a esperança mesmo nas situações mais desesperadas.

"It is with great honor that Grupo Elevo joins forces with Dr. Jorge Sampaio and the GP4SYS Platform, especially given our Former President’s prestige and the relevance of this initiative during these trying times for the people of Syria. We strongly believe that the private sector plays a pivotal role in the development of societies in vulnerable states and as such, we are proud to support this global effort”, said Gilberto Silveira Rodrigues.

  "I want to go even further, investigate further and develop a strategy for a practical implementation of the research.", Hazem

Congratulatiooooooooons Sarah!

​​​​​A Scholarships for Excellence has been awarded by the University of Minho to our student Sarah. 

 

Laboratory of Collaborative Robotics of the Faculty of Sciences and Technology of the University of Coimbra (FCTUC) develop software for a new generation of collaborative robots. Mohammmad, alumni of GP4SYS, is member of the team developing this software.

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