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|Autor/inn/en||Brandenburg, Uwe; Zhu, Jiani; Berthold, Christian|
|Institution||Centrum für Hochschulentwicklung|
|Titel||Auslandsstudium im Zeichen des Studierendenhochs und danach!|
Analyse von Zielländern für Individualstudierende und Hochschulen.
|Quelle||Gütersloh (2007), 2447 KB, 395 S.
PDF als Volltext (1); PDF als Volltext (Fachinformationssystem ids Hochschule)
|Reihe||Arbeitspapier / Centrum für Hochschulentwicklung. 93|
|Beigaben||Anlagen; Anmerkungen 167|
|Dokumenttyp||online; gedruckt; Monographie|
|Schlagwörter||Australien; Europa; Kanada; Südafrika (Staat); USA|
|Abstract||Gliederung: Einleitung. - 1. Hintergrund. - 1.1 Europäische Zielländer deutscher Studierender (1.1.1 Zulassungsbedingungen. - 1.1.2 Studiengebühren und Finanzierungssysteme. - 1.2.1 Grundinformationen zu den vier untersuchten Ländern). - 2. Schlussfolgerungen (2.1 Individualstudien. - 2.2 Austauschstudienjahr. - 2.3 Ein Letztes. - 3. Anhang (3.1 Liste der Australischen Universitäten. - 3.2 Liste der Kanadischen Universitäten. - 3.3 Liste der südafrikanischen Universitäten. - 3.4 Liste der US-amerikanischen Universitäten. - 3.5 Liste aller ERASMUS-fähigen Hochschulen in Europa) (HoF/Text übernommen).|
The paper aims at providing in-depth information for both school leavers who are interested to pursue a full-degree Bachelor programme abroad as well as institutions that wish to enlarge their scope of study abroad profile by including fee paying or other uneven exchange options. Entrance requirements and general aspects of access are analysed as well as more in-depth research on funding systems, availability to German students and tuition fees. To this end, 22 European countries and four non-European countries (Australia, Canada, South Africa and USA) have been scrutinised. 95 non-European universities are compared in relation to aspects of financing and access regulations or requirements. And in addition, for those users who want to find out more about a certain European Higher Education Institution (HEI), the paper provides as broad as possible contact information for 4.537 ERASMUS-eligible HEIs, a task which has - to our knowledge - not been undertaken so far. The paper shows that there are considerable differences concerning tuitions fees as well as financing systems throughout Europe. And whereas most countries restrict access to financial support systems for EU citizens by means of mandatory periods of residence or alike, some countries seem to be outstanding in their hospitality and open approach to foreign students, remarkably Austria, Italy and Spain and with some restrictions France. This information is especially valuable to those who are intending to start their studies abroad right away as unfortunately the German support system BAFöG even in its expected reformed version does not support full studies to a recommendable level. For German HEIs it might be helpful to analyse the need-offer relations in some countries which are exporting more students than importing them as these might be gateways for enlarging the study abroad cohorts without a necessary exactly reciprocal influx. The non-European countries prove to be - not surprisingly - rather expensive for the individual self-organising degree seeking student whereas at the same time the clear orientation towards tuition fees might offer some opportunity for the uneven exchange of German universities if they are willing to invest some of the new funds received through the "Hochschulpakt 2010" which aims at supporting the implementation of up to 90.000 new student places at German universities. Finally, the paper sends a clear message to the political level that the reform of BAFöG is at best half way to a system which is really needed to allow access equity and broad participation in higher education particularly from traditionally disadvantaged groups of society such as students with migration background. A free, open and loan- and stipend-based system is needed which allows any student to choose the university he or she wishes to study at in any country in the world. (HoF/text adopted).
|Erfasst von||Institut für Hochschulforschung (HoF) an der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg|