What Kiron is not
Kiron is an innovative organization with a lot to offer. However, it is important to also understand the limitations of our services. To reduce misunderstandings, we would like to clarify what Kiron is not and what we cannot offer students.
Kiron is not a university
Kiron is a nonprofit organization that wants to help refugees, displaced persons and disadvantaged citizens in Lebanon access higher education. Kiron provides a bridge to continue or begin studying at a university-level.
- Kiron itself does not award official degrees. Students first need to transfer to a (partner) university to finish their degree.
- At the moment, Kiron is supporting students living in our focus countries: Germany, Jordan and Lebanon.
- Outside of those countries, we do not have partnerships and cannot provide individual support in getting an official university degree.
Kiron does not guarantee admission to a university
- The universities set their own requirements for admission. Kiron students need to meet the requirements.
- Kiron does not replace a university entrance qualification.
Kiron does not provide direct legal or political aid
Outside of education, Kiron cannot help you with any challenges of your migration process.
- Enrolment with Kiron does not provide any legal status as a student (e.g. for a student visa) in any country.
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Kiron does not offer Master or PhD level courses
Kiron only provides courses at a Bachelor’s level as well as preparatory and language courses.