English classes

English is the primary language in the majority of local universities and online education programmes

There are few courses available for refugees, paid courses are unaffordable and free courses tend to use out-of-date methods.

Ahmad standing in a field

“I am taking the Mosaik course to remove obstacles to university in order to study social work or political science. I also want to help people, because in Sudan, all my generation they are lost – they don’t get an education.”
Hamza – student from Sudan

We emphasise dialogue and participation. Drawing on student experiences for classroom content, alongside online resources. relevant content, helping them to feel valued and empowered within the classroom.

We reduce reliance on expensive materials, making Mosaik classes cheaper to scale across community centres.

Students in conversation

“I am not just learning English. It’s allowing me to develop my critical thinking. I’m focussing on the ideas in the class and how to structure things in a different way.”
Hamza – student from Sudan

Map showing Jordan and Lebanon

This year we aim to train local English teachers at an additional three community centres in Jordan and Lebanon.

How you can help

Through small actions you can make a difference in the lives of not only students, but their families and communities.