DOCUMENTATION


Presentations

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Opening Session
EUROSTUDENT VI - Presentation of project results and outputs (EUROSTUDENT consortium) File

Round table Session
RT-1: Setting up for success – Do’s and don’ts for project organisation at the national level (Ksenja Hauptman, Odile Ferry) File

RT-2: The importance of using national survey data for developing a national strategy on the social dimension in higher education (Helga Posset, Maria Keplinger) File

Workshops
WS-1: Introduction and demonstration of the EUROSTUDENT database (Angelika Grabher-Wusche, Martin Unger)

WS-2: Micro data in EUROSTUDENT VII (Bas Kurver, Froukje Wartenbergh-Cras) File


Diverse student background
DIV I-1: Pathways and access to higher education: New dynamics and diversity among Portuguese students in the European context (Susana da Cruz Martins, Bernardo Machado, Rosário Mauritti, António Firmino da Costa)

DIV I-2: Being a Student in Albania - Bachelor and Master students' socio-economic situation (Kozeta Sevrani, Ogerta Elezaj)

DIV I-3: Adult' students in HE based on the examination of study patterns and the socio-economic background (Anna Sebők, Horváth Ágoston)

DIV II-1: Non-Traditional Learners in Higher Education (Christine Scholz Fenech, Milosh Raykov, Alison Taylor)

DIV II-2: Students at private HEI – who, how diverse and different are they? (Elke Middendorff, Sonja Heißenberg)

DIV II-3: College-related behavioral outcomes: Effects of individual and higher education institution characteristics (Jelena Ogresta, Ivan Rimac, Ana Tecilazić Gor¨ić)

DIV III-1: Visibility of inter*, non-binary, and trans students (Alex Mähr, Philipp Rouschal)

DIV III-2: The Main Characteristics and Trend of Students’ Socio Economic Life in Georgia (Mzia Tsereteli, Marina Mchedlishvili)

DIV III-3: The experience of first generation students in higher education (Christine Scholz Fenech, Milosh Raykov, Alison Taylor) File


Employment
EMP I-1: Student or worker? A new approach to being a student? (Irina Boeru, Oana Cristiana Iftode)

EMP I-2: Community-engaged learning and employability: exploring the findings from a mixed-method study in Canada (Alison Taylor, Milosh Raykov) File

EMP I-4: Study formats for working students in Austria: academic feasibility, curriculum design and legal framework (Agnes Witzani) File

EMP I-3: Studying and working - Hurdle or springboard? Widening access to higher education for working students in Malta (Christine Scholz Fenech, Milosh Raykov, Alison Taylor) File

EMP II-1: EUROSTUDENT comparative results: Combining studies and paid jobs (Thematic Review) (Kristina Masevičiūtė) File

EMP II-2: Factors that influence relationship between job and content of study of students in the Czech Republic (Kristýna Vltavská, Jakub Fischer)

EMP II-3: Student employment in higher education – problem or possibility? (Liisa Vanhanen-Nuutinen, Juhani Saari, Kimmo Mäki, Hannu Kotila)


Financing of studies
FS-1: EUROSTUDENT comparative results: Students’ resources and costs (Christoph Gwosć) File

FS-2: Social background and financial difficulties: to what extent educational re-sources shape student’s economic conditions? (Yassin Boughaba) File

FS-3: Disadvantaged by self-financing? How study financing influences students’ employment and study time (Beate Apolinarski, Christoph Gwosć)


Housing
HS I-1: EUROSTUDENT comparative results: Students’ housing situation (Christoph Gwosć) File

HS I-2: Housing situation of full-time higher education students in Slovakia (Roman Kollár) File

HS I-3: Is Italian student “mammone”/mama’s boy? (Federica Laudisa, Daniela Musto) File

HS II-1: Leaving home for university: Does public support matter? (Monika Bartkowska, Christian Neubauer) File

HS II-2: The housing for national and international students in Latvia (Ilze Trapenciere, Ilze Koroleva, Aleksandrs Aleksandrovs, Rita Kasa)


Mobility
MOB I-1: EUROSTUDENT comparative results:Cross-national student mobility (Eva Vögtle) File

MOB I-2: Does international student mobility increase social inequality? Evidence from the German labour market (Nicolai Netz, Michael Grüttner)

MOB I-3: What can data from Eurostudent VI tell us about international mobility in higher education in the Nordic countries? (Jari Rusanen) File

MOB II-1: Degree mobility from a national perspective using student survey data (Sarah Zaussinger, Angelika Grabher-Wusche) File

MOB II-2: Institutional factors influencing international student mobility – Differences in mobility behaviour of German students enrolled at universities and universities of applied sciences (Hendrik Schirmer) File

MOB II-3: International mobility of Russian students (Tatiana Larina, Nikolay Narbut, Zhanna Puzanova, Anastasia Tertyshnikova)

MOB II-4: Patterns of de-motivational factors and obstacles in international student mobility (András Jakab, Ágoston Horváth)

MOB III-1: Mobility flows to and from Lithuania (Eglė Ozolinčiūtė) File

MOB III-2: Do health problems have an effect on students’ plans for international mobility? (Andreas Sarcletti, Sonja Heißenberg, Jonas Poskowsky) File

MOB III-3: Obstacles for the Swedish student mobility as perceived by Swedish students (Sukaina Nasser, Fredrik Lindström) File


Quality and study progress
QP-1: Social dimension of surviving the first year: analysis of drop-out (Bas Kurver, Froukje Wartenbergh-Cras) File

QP-2: Quality of the Higher Education from the Students' Perspective (Aleksandr Aleksan-drovs, Ilze Koroleva, Ilze Trapenciere, Rita Kasa)

QP-3: What can data from Eurostudent VI tell us about quality in higher education in the Nordic countries? (Anna-Lena Keute, Kjartan Steffensen) File


Student counselling
SC-1: The role of student counselling for widening participation of underrepresented groups in higher education (Janine Wulz, Johannes Ruland, Marita Gasteiger) File

SC-2: Need for professional counselling services of students with impairments: attendance and issues (Jonas Poskowsky) File


Time budget
TB-1: EUROSTUDENT comparative results: Students' time budget (Eva Vögtle) File

TB-2: Analysing study intensity by study fields and dimensions of study outcome (Anna Sebők, András Jakab, Ádám Hámori)

TB-3: Composition of students’ time budget. Which factors matter? (Berta Terzieva)