The Jamiya Project brings together five networks to support higher education for Syrian students

The Jamiya Project aims to provide higher education for Syrian refugees, taught by Syrian academics and accredited by European universities. The Project's model seeks to overcome many of the barriers facing Syrian students by making courses free, flexible to study and taught in Arabic.

The model reverses the challenges of higher education for Syrians by replacing the institutional and infrastructural backing required for higher education, providing the means for Syrian academics to teach Syrian students once again.