What is the difference between Kiron focus countries and non-focus countries?

 

Kiron differentiates between focus and non-focus countries because there are different levels of support we can offer to our students. Our focus countries are Germany, Lebanon, and Jordan. Non-focus countries are the rest of the world.

 

Kiron students everywhere in the world have access to:

  • All our online courses (including, in some cases, a free certificate upon completion)

  • Our support system, which includes counseling, online language courses, the student forum, and the help center

  • A certificate of enrollment which certifies your participation in the Kiron educational program

  • A transcript of records which is an overview of all the courses you have successfully passed.

 

Kiron students living in focus countries have access to additional services:

  • Transfer guidance and support with your application to university.

  • Access to the mentoring service.

  • Access to offline language courses.

These services are not available to students in non-focus countries. This means that if you are a Kiron student living outside of Germany, Jordan or Lebanon, Kiron cannot support you with your university application.

 

Please note, that Kiron cannot provide any students with a visa or give direct financial aid.