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1 Michael Jaumann Information Centre DAAD Almaty International Students at German Universities: Facts, Trends, the Role of the DAAD

2 2 07/2008 German Academic Exchange Service: our network

3 3 07/2008 Why internationalisation of German universities? Because globalisation is a fact. Because Germany is dependent on exports and international trade. Because Germany is a demographically challenged country.

4 4 07/2008 The battle for gifted students

5 5 07/2008 University tradition More than 350 universities in Germany, oldest universities: Heidelberg, Cologne, Erfurt Approximately 250,000 instructors and researchers at German universities Wilhelm von Humboldt (1810) – his vision of education:Unity and freedom of research and instruction

6 6 07/2008 Institutions of Higher Education Universities Technical universities Universities of applied sciences Colleges of music, art and film Private colleges and academies

7 7 07/2008 IC work: facts and figures I

8 8 07/2008 Facts and figures II

9 9 07/2008 Facts and figures III

10 10 07/2008 Facts and figures IV: general opinions Personal safety, reputation of the institution and financial issues are most important when deciding for a foreign university 21 % believe that Germany is too expensive 84 % believe that career options in Germany are good or very good Quality of study programmes at German universities is estimated as high or very high (94 %)

11 11 07/2008 The result: international students at institutions of higher education in Germany (2011, 3% more compared to 2010) Equals 11,4 % of whole student body in Germany Most important countries of origin: China, Russia, Bulgaria, Poland, Austria, Turkey (DAAD/ HIS: Wissenschaft weltoffen 2012)

12 12 07/2008 Acclaim – and some problems 70 % of international students recommend Germany as country for studying (2009) – a success of the code of conduct? Problems considered to be most severe: - to get orientation in the academic system (40 %) - to make contact to German students (37 %) - financial issues (39 %) - to find accomodation (31 %) (DAAD/ HIS: Wissenschaft weltoffen 2011)

13 13 07/2008 Tägliches Leben: umweltfreundlich, preiswert u. nachhaltig Leben aus zweiter Hand Alles wird wiederverwertet, nichts verkommt: Flohmärkte, Zeitschriften, eBay! Müllvermeidung und -trennung Umfassendes Recycling- und Pfandsystem Verkehr (Semesterticket) Das Fahrrad als universelles Transportmittel! Gemeinsames Reisen: Mitfahrzentrale.de (Kontaktbörse für Reisende), ticket-mitfahrer.de (Bahn), Carsharing

14 14 07/2008 The other side: German students abroad Germans enrolled for getting a degree from a HE institution abroad (2009) – main countries of study: Austria, Netherlands, Great Britain, Switzerland, USA Other forms of international mobility: German students abroad with ERASMUS (2010/11, increase of 5%) 62% of all international mobile students from Germany go to Western Europe! (USA 13%, Eastern Europe 10%) (DAAD/ HIS: Wissenschaft weltoffen 2012)

15 15 07/2008 Information online Studieren und Leben in Deutschland Welche Hochschule, welcher Studiengang? Studium in Deutschland – speziell für Studenten Sommerkurse an Unis

16 16 07/2008 Willkommen in Deutschland! Welcome to Germany! Vielen Dank für Ihr Interesse! DAAD IC Almaty


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