Student Refugee Program

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The Student Refugee Program (SRP), managed by the World University Service of Canada (WUSC), is a resettlement program that provides opportunities for refugees to continue their post-secondary studies in Canada. Launched in 1978 with the placement of one student at Carleton University, the program has since grown to support over 130 students per year through active partnerships with over 80 campuses. SRP is the only one of its kind to combine resettlement with opportunities for higher education. The impact of this program has a ripple effect on the students’ families and communities. By providing refugee youth with opportunities to continue their education, the program also reignites their families’ hopes for the future as it equips their children with the knowledge, skills, and experiences to build a brighter future for themselves and their families. Such opportunities also encourage young refugees to stay in a primary and secondary school in hopes of applying for the Student Refugee Program upon graduation.

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