EUROGRADUATE - Feasibility study for a European graduate study

Team:  Martin Unger, Angelika Grabher-Wusche
Duration: 2013 - 2016
Funding: with the support of the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union
Cooperation: DZHW Hannover, Education Policy Centre Charles University Prague, ESU Brussels

The EUROGRADUATE feasibility study investigates the establishment of a sustainable study on Europe’s higher education graduates by exploring the requirements for a European graduate study, the existing capacities for monitoring European graduates, the point of departure at national level and the options for organizing and financing a European graduate study.

The IHS is part of an international consortium which is led by the German Center for Research on Higher Education and Science Studies (DZHW; Germany, lead partner) and completed by the European Policy Centre (EPC; Czech Republic) as well as the European Students’ Union (ESU; Belgium). Within this framework, the IHS is inter alia responsible for the research on the requirements on policy and stakeholder level for a European graduate study and for the quality assurance in the project.

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