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Dear all,

another question about the EU in this holiday period :) I would like to ask you if any of you knows about or have attended those integration courses that are organized by the SCIC for people who narrowly failed the test - the thing is, I failed the test this year and the head of jury told me that they would like me to attend this course in 2019 (so presumably in March 2019). I didn't find many details online; has any of you taken part in such courses? How are they organized? And is there any sort of financial aid? I will of course write to her once this holiday period is over, but I was curious to have some outsider's infos.

Thanks to all of you who will take the time to answer :)

asked 29 Dec '18, 05:24

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