A brief on income and purchasing power of students in Europe The latest EUROSTUDENT Intelligence Brief investigates students’ income. By applying a variant of the 'Big Mac Index' to control for purchasing power, differences in students’ average monthly incomes are reduced to some extent. How many burgers could students in your country afford?
A brief on the students’ time budget from the Swedish Higher Education Authority The survey shows that, assuming a normal study time of 37,5 to 45 hours per week, most of the full-time students spend full-time on study related activities, i.e. personal study time. The students’ responses reinforce the picture that higher education often consists of personal study time.
Two briefs on the situation of students in Sweden; the economic situation for students and student mobility The briefs are selected results for Sweden and cover the students economic situation and student mobility. The surveys show for example that 20 percent of the Swedish students have been abroad on studies or study related activities and around half of the students gained full recognition of credits.
Save the date! EUROSTUDENT User’s conference
The aim of the User’s conference is to provide inspiration on how to analyse and use the results of the EUROSTUDENT surveys, especially for in-depth analyses.
The target group of the conference are mainly the researchers conducting the EUROSTUDENT survey at the national level. The event provides ...
Malta, 22 February - 09 March 2016
Preparatory seminars EUROSTUDENT VI
The next preparatory seminars for EUROSTUDENT VI will take place in Malta from 22 – 24 February and 7 – 9 March.
The aim of the seminars is to discuss and share information and experience on all important aspects of executing national surveys in EUROSTUDENT VI.