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

Keynote interventions
Student agency and social stratification in European higher education (Prof. Simon Marginson, UCL Institute of Education, Director of the ESRC/HEFCE Centre for Global Higher Education, UK) File (presentation) File (text)

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

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

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)

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)

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)