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Attracting and retaining international students in Germany

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The study describes the political and legal framework of attracting and retaining international students, outlines the relevant actors, challenges, measures and strategies in the context of internationalisation of the higher education institutions.

Germany has made great efforts to attract highly qualified international students, for example by networking abroad, offering easier access to visa and English  -taught courses at univerrsities,access to the German labour market after graduation.


Europe, Labor market, Studies abroad, Internationality, Mobility, Academic studies,

Language German; English
Contact Hoffmeyer-Zlotnik, Paula; Grote, Janne (BANF)
Last modified 03.02.2020
See also: Trends and discussions in the internationalisation of higher education in Germany

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