An innovative education model is designed to surmount all four of the access challenges faced by refugees: Legal obstacles, language barriers, financial barriers, physical capacity of HEIs. Study programmes are implemented in Germany, France, Turkey and Jordan in four different fields (business, engineering, computer science and social science). Students are enrolled in a three to four year programme whereby, ideally, the first two years are done online and the final year (to two years) at a partner university. The online phase is done via MOOCs that have been selected by Kiron, provided by MOOC platforms and partner universities. Students can begin studying at all stages of the displacement and resettlement process - they do not have to wait for their legal status to be finalised. A buddy programme, counseling services and language classes are already provided during the online phase, as well as career services and ‘Study Hubs’. This is provided in cooperation with local partner universities, volunteers and NGOs. Students earn credits for their online course work and, when ready, can apply to enter a partner university to complete their studies.