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Empower refugees to advance their language skills!

The Language School is an essential part of Kiron, serving one of the most critical and also challenging aspects of the educational process for Kiron students. We need your support to prevent the financial burden of our students.

Chiquita C. from Kiron Open Higher Education gGmbHWrite a message

The Language School is an essential part of Kiron, serving one of the most critical and also challenging aspects of the educational process for Kiron students. Language proficiency is not only necessary for students as they prepare to enrol at a higher education institution, but it is also essential to the lasting success of students in their educational development and long-term career aspirations. In addition, without adequate language skills, students will not be able to form new communities and networks, thus severely restricting their opportunities and potentials. 

Currently, the Language School serves more than 6000 students globally and consists of two employees. Students can pick from a range of online courses provided by our partners and have access to a community of language learners. In addition, Kiron supports students with digital, offline, and blended-learning options to advance reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills from the levels of B1 to C1+ (CEFR). Our support, therefore, includes assisting students through accurate proficiency assessment in order to gauge their specific language needs and to find their most fitting solutions. 

We need your support to prevent the financial burden of our students from becoming a barrier to their incredible progress as they prepare for their university studies, job market, and personal growth.