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Slovakia will provide 550 scholarships migrants


He said this in New York, Minister of Foreign Affairs Miroslav Lajčák, who on behalf of the Slovak Government concludes, inter alia, the commitment, the government provides scholarships for more than 500 people who had to flee their homeland.

"Another concrete result that will double the number of people who in such form or another will be given access to other countries. As well, a million people get access to education and millions of people will get access to the labor market. So, these are the concrete outputs of today's summit. I consider it a great success that Slovakia was invited, "said foreign Minister.

He further stated that the philosophy of the organizers of the summit was based on a voluntary basis; This means that countries that want to help, help a manner that is closest to them, their own and where they can be most effective.

"In the case of Slovakia, I announced financial contributions. We have to date in the various UN agencies and the EU, which address the issue of migration, they gave more than 12 million euros, and by 2021 the volume of funds increased up to 19 million. The second thing, I gave a commitment that we take 550 scholars, this means that the government will provide 550 scholarships for young people who will be able to come to Slovakia to study in our universities, "said the minister, who he considers a form of investment for the future.

 For five years

According to him, Slovakia will offer government scholarships for five years, while the first part is already determined for 2017. The selection will of the people not only interested but also possess the ability to successfully study at universities. It will be the people who were forced to leave their homes.The vast majority of them would be by Lajčák from Syria.

As the selected candidates will be government scholarship, it is eliminated with the fact that they are a recognized refugee. "They will have the opportunity to study, learn, and our sense is that after graduation returned to their countries. It should be noted also that someone has to work on it, so that those countries pozviechali to begin to function normally and the best category people are just young educated people. We think it's an investment in specific people, but also for the future of those countries that today are shaken by military conflict, "he said.

Collaboration with education

Offerings by the Minister refers to the number of scholarships, but about what courses will go, will clear up in cooperation with the Ministry of Education. "Of course, that that was the trade unions, which is of interest and that we are also able to teach in English," said the head of Slovak diplomacy.

 

It believes that scholars after graduation will be able to return to their countries and participate in their recovery.

Slovakia, however, you do not get anything, but according to minister's words, that was not the aim. "They did not ask us to ensure that we are something given. For us it is important to demonstrate that do not stand aside, that migration is truly a phenomenon that will not go away or a month or a year. Everything seems to indicate that in some way will continue, but must be regulate. it must clearly distinguish refugees from economic migrants should be of course to help people who are fighting for their lives. for me, it is extremely important that no one can say that Slovakia will face that does not concern us, "said Minister Lajčák.

The main topic of the 71st UN General Assembly is the topic of migration. Devoted to her two global events - Monday's summit organized by UN Secretary-General, which provides the legal framework and agenda for the next steps for managing global migration. The aim of Tuesday's summit, organized by the US president was to generate concrete commitments.


Slovakia will provide 550 scholarships migrants


He said this in New York, Minister of Foreign Affairs Miroslav Lajčák, who on behalf of the Slovak Government concludes, inter alia, the commitment, the government provides scholarships for more than 500 people who had to flee their homeland.

"Another concrete result that will double the number of people who in such form or another will be given access to other countries. As well, a million people get access to education and millions of people will get access to the labor market. So, these are the concrete outputs of today's summit. I consider it a great success that Slovakia was invited, "said foreign Minister.

He further stated that the philosophy of the organizers of the summit was based on a voluntary basis; This means that countries that want to help, help a manner that is closest to them, their own and where they can be most effective.

"In the case of Slovakia, I announced financial contributions. We have to date in the various UN agencies and the EU, which address the issue of migration, they gave more than 12 million euros, and by 2021 the volume of funds increased up to 19 million. The second thing, I gave a commitment that we take 550 scholars, this means that the government will provide 550 scholarships for young people who will be able to come to Slovakia to study in our universities, "said the minister, who he considers a form of investment for the future.

For five years

According to him, Slovakia will offer government scholarships for five years, while the first part is already determined for 2017. The selection will of the people not only interested but also possess the ability to successfully study at universities. It will be the people who were forced to leave their homes.The vast majority of them would be by Lajčák from Syria.

As the selected candidates will be government scholarship, it is eliminated with the fact that they are a recognized refugee. "They will have the opportunity to study, learn, and our sense is that after graduation returned to their countries. It should be noted also that someone has to work on it, so that those countries pozviechali to begin to function normally and the best category people are just young educated people. We think it's an investment in specific people, but also for the future of those countries that today are shaken by military conflict, "he said.

Collaboration with education

Offerings by the Minister refers to the number of scholarships, but about what courses will go, will clear up in cooperation with the Ministry of Education. "Of course, that that was the trade unions, which is of interest and that we are also able to teach in English," said the head of Slovak diplomacy.

 

It believes that scholars after graduation will be able to return to their countries and participate in their recovery.

Slovakia, however, you do not get anything, but according to minister's words, that was not the aim. "They did not ask us to ensure that we are something given. For us it is important to demonstrate that do not stand aside, that migration is truly a phenomenon that will not go away or a month or a year. Everything seems to indicate that in some way will continue, but must be regulate. it must clearly distinguish refugees from economic migrants should be of course to help people who are fighting for their lives. for me, it is extremely important that no one can say that Slovakia will face that does not concern us, "said Minister Lajčák.

The main topic of the 71st UN General Assembly is the topic of migration. Devoted to her two global events - Monday's summit organized by UN Secretary-General, which provides the legal framework and agenda for the next steps for managing global migration. The aim of Tuesday's summit, organized by the US president was to generate concrete commitments.


EU proposes changes to work permit policies


  • A new report points out that Europe retains a smaller percentage of foreign graduates than is the case in non-EU OECD states
  • In a related finding, the report also notes that the EU attracts a smaller percentage of highly qualified immigrants compared to other non-EU OECD members
  • A new Action Plan introduced in June 2016 outlines a variety of reforms designed to ease the transition from study to work for foreign graduates in the EU

A recent OECD report recommends the European Union reform its legal labour migration policies to make it easier for foreign graduates to obtain work permits. Recruiting Immigrant Workers: Europe suggests that long term competitiveness hangs in the balance, noting that, while the EU now hosts more international students than the US, a smaller percentage of those students stay in Europe after graduation when compared to non-EU OECD countries.


Canada introduces new visa process for conditional admissions


The Canadian government has quietly introduced an important change to how it processes visas for students entering Canada to pursue conditional admissions or pathway programmes. In such cases, students are required to complete specific preparatory studies, often to develop their English or French proficiency, before continuing to an academic programme in Canada.

 


40% of Erasmus Mundus graduates in a full-time job in 2 months


Over 90% of the participants were satisfied with the programme, with more than 65% very satisfied. Overall, 81% of graduates were satisfied with the quality of the courses offered.Furthermore, and 92% of graduates believe that their language skills increased due to Erasmus Mundus.


Universities based on research quality


The UK is the only other nation to make the top 10. The country claims nine of the top 100 places, making it the third most-represented nation in the list.

The US is second by number of institutions (11)

Universities in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland are also included.

 


France proposes easier residence rights, better services


The French President, François Hollande, has recently announced a national plan for student life (Plan National de Vie Étudiante) in France. Included in the 35 measures of PNVE is a commitment to improving residence rights for international student graduates.


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