As mentioned in this blog before, we had a very interesting EUROSTUDENT Researchers' Forum in Vilnius at the beginning of February this year. The Forum was dedicated to sharing knowledge and experiences of the different national research teams participating in EUROSTUDENT VI and we had parallel sessions for presentations and discussions on different interesting topics. … Continue reading Understanding internationally mobile students
On April 6th this year, the EUROSTUDENT policy-makers conference in Malta will bring together ministry representatives from all the countries participating in EUROSTUDENT VI, as well as other interested policy-makers and international stakeholders. The conference will provide a first “sneak preview” of the fresh EUROSTUDENT data. Participants are invited to provide feedback and discuss the … Continue reading EUROSTUDENT brings policy-makers together for a sneak preview of the fresh data
After we have had some time to reflect on the EUROSTUDENT Researchers' Forum that took place in the beginning of February in Vilnius, Lithuania, we can say that we are truly happy about everything that happened there! We had such wonderful and interesting presentations, fruitful discussions and practical workshops and it was great to see … Continue reading A small visual reflection on the EUROSTUDENT Researchers’ Forum
Greetings from Vilnius, Lithuania, where more than 70 researchers from 28 different European countries participating in EUROSTUDENT VI are gathering this week to dig a bit deeper into the data they have been gathering over the years about student life in Europe! EUROSTUDENT Researchers' Forum aims to provide up-to-date knowledge about the relevant higher education … Continue reading EUROSTUDENT RESEARCHERS’ FORUM this week in Vilnius
In this blog post we are looking at delayed entry into higher education: students who enter higher education with a delay of more than 24 months after leaving school for the first time. We are interested to know if some students’ groups delay their higher education enrolment more often compared to others? Luckily EUROSTUDENT data … Continue reading EUROSTUDENT DATA: DELAYED ENTRY INTO HIGHER EDUCATION
International mobility of students is an important topic in the EUROSTUDENT project. In the last project round Armenia, Georgia, Russia, and Ukraine took part in EUROSTUDENT for the first time – reason enough to take a closer look at the mobility of students of these countries. The data presented below stem from the fifth round … Continue reading EUROSTUDENT DATA: INTERNATIONAL STUDENT MOBILITY IN ARMENIA, GEORGIA, RUSSIA AND UKRAINE
Students with children are a special student group as they are usually under additional burden of having to care for their children. In this small infographic we find out which EUROSTUDENT countries have the highest share of students with children.