Frequently Asked Questions
To make searching for different opportunities easier, Gajang uses keywords. You can view the keywords and their definition below:
University: Sometimes used interchangably with “college”, university is typically a 4-year education (requirements change in different countries) after secondary education is completed
Vocational Training: a type of tertiary education that prepares a student for a specific career (ie: construction, auto repair, electrical work, etc.)
Language Course: Free and paid classes to learn or practice a language
Exam Prep: Free and paid classes to prepare for education entrance exams
Scholarship: Financial assistance award to help students pay for higher education; this award does NOT need to be repaid
Postgraduate: Study or courses taken after a student receives their first degree
Graduate: Study for specialized, advanced degrees (ie: Master’s and Doctoral degrees)
Undergraduate: Entry-level study that is more generalized and leads to a basic degree (ie: Associate’s and Bachelor’s degrees)
We welcome volunteers to get involved in Gajang’s mission to support refugees in higher education.
- Make a donation to continue Gajang’s operation
- Know about a tertiary education opportunity? Send us the information and we can add it to Gajang’s search database
- Help the Gajang team with translations! Refugees come from all over the world and translating important information into different languages requires the teamwork from volunteers and community members. Send us a message in our contact form if you would like to assist us in translations.
- Assist a refugee in your local community by helping them through the university application process