Almost one hundred adolescents and young adults from more than fiteen countries. Many arrived in Austria as unaccompanied underage refugees. Since October 2012 they attend one of seven classes that PROSA runs for people like them at Rahlgasse secondary school and Brünnerstraße evening school. In addition to the teaching modules, there is individual and group coaching, a “women’s room” for the few young women, a “gender room” for the many young men, and social work (help with accommodation, transport, etc.). Café PROSA, opened in autumn 2014, is fast establishing itself as an integrational centre. 13 out of the 15 who tried passed compulsory schooling final examinations. Some have continued to upper school.