This article describes Germany’s current trends in inbound student mobility and profiles the steps the country has taken to facilitate student inflows.
Although the socieconomic integration of refugees in Germany remains sluggish in 2019, the humanitarian migrants in the country are attending university and working in greater numbers, thereby helping to address labor shortages. If the integration of the refugees succeeds, the economic benefits for Germany could be sizeable.
Olesya Friedman and Stefan Trines, Research Editor, WENR Ukraine is a post-Soviet Eastern European country of 42 million people bordering Belarus, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Moldova, and Russia. Ukraine remains deeply torn by the ongoing conflict between its government and pro-Russian separatists in its eastern…
This profile examines current educational trends in the Netherlands and features an overview of the country’s education system, mobility trends, and more.
The Bologna Process’s requirement for two-cycle degree structures is at odds with traditional medical education which favors one long-cycle pathway.