We are happy to publicise the recent statement from the Faculty of Champalimaud Research - Champalimaud Foundation that they will offer help to scientists affected by the USA ban who may be stranded in Europe. Congratulations on this amazing initiative.
The Global Platform for Syrian Students participated in the regional meeting on higher education, internationalisation and academic mobility in the Euro-Mediterranean region organised by the Union for the Mediterranean Secretariat on 15 December 2016 at the UfM headquarters in Barcelona.
Helen, our student, who obtained a Master's degree in Geotechnical Engineering and Geoenvironment (MEGG) at ISEP, recently published an article in the internationally renowned scientific journal "Water". The work presented results, to a large extent, from his Master's dissertation, which was then classified with the exception of 19 values.
Testimonial: “I was lucky to meet many people who were very motivated and full of enthusiasm to raise awareness about the Syrian crisis and the refugees situation..."
Our student, Said, student at the Técnico de Lisboa has been selected as one of the best students, the team, to participate in a dream: the 79th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2017 on Energy, Technology, Sustainability - Time to open a new Chapter to be held in Paris from 12 to 15 June 2017.
"Refugees from Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria explained their experiences at this year’s Lisbon Forum, as calls were made to improve coordination to assist them as humanitarian crises continue."
"2015 was therefore a consolidation year that brought international recognition and credibility to the Global Platform for Syrian Students as an active player and a trusted partner in the field of higher education in emergencies", Mr. Jorge Sampaio.
"It was a once in a life time experience to meet and compete with business professional teams from all over the world sharing knowledge, experiences and exchanging contacts".
The Global Platform for Syrian Students will attend the Ignite 2016 Conference on "Tackling Instability, Radicalisation and Forced Migration" organised by SPARK in Amsterdam.