Refugee is a person who has to flee his or her country due to the dangers threatening his or her life. The percentage of refugees, who have been forced to abandon their country in search of a better life, is being increased. As a result of hardships they have been coping with during their immigration, they might suffer from psychological and psychosocial problems, which might prevent them from being included in the society or even in the process of pursuing their study in the higher education. On the other hand, there have been some countries including Canada, Sweden, Belgium, and Germany, whcih have been so far succeessful in helping refugees overcome their barriers and paving the way for their access to higher education. Hence this research is aimed to discuss two important issues; the psychosocial barriers and plans for refugee’s mental health to be included both in the society and higher educational system, and also investigate what has been done for refugees’ access to higher education in the abovementioned countries. The method is based on the literature review of the previous researches in those domains. The results show that by planing the suitable intercession for their well-being and also its extension, the psychosocial barriers can be faded away, and through introducing functional requirements for entry, qualifications recognition, suitable reactions to the refugee’s crisis, and even establishing online platforms to educate the refugees, the process of accessing to the higher education will be improved. To sum up, by using the experiences of the countries, which have already proved their capability in coping with refugees’ crisis, the inclusion problems both in society and higher education might become weaker.