In the context of the EUROSTUDENT project, a publicly accessible database has been created, the so-called data reporting module (DRM). Using this database, it is possible to access and download all data that were collated in the third and fourth round of EUROSTUDENT.
By choosing a country, you have access to the detailed national data delivered by that country and to the national commentaries made by the respective research team. When you are looking at the data for one country on a subtopic, e.g. highest educational attainment of students' parents, you may toggle to the same data for a different country and so make a direct comparison. You may download the data for a subtopic for all countries using the data sheet button. You can also download the entire file for one country, with graphics and national commentaries using the print out of national profile button.
By offering public access to the EUROSTUDENT data, we would like to ensure our project results being transparent. Moreover, we intend to give researchers as well as the interested public the opportunity to carry out further analyses on their own.