Permeability in the Education System

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Study: Opportunities for dual study differ considerably from federal state to federal state

Dual study is growing in popularity in Germany, but not in all federal states. Around 30 per cent of first-year students in Saarland and 14 per cent in Baden-Württemberg are enrolled on dual study programmes; in Saxony-Anhalt and Bremen, however, only around 1 per cent of entrants opted for this type of programme. This is the conclusion reached by a study conducted by the CHE Centre for Higher Education, the first ever analysis of how dual study is developing in all 16 federal states.

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Study: Trends in studying while working and dual study

Comparative analysis of the learning situation of students and degree programme design. A publication by employees of the CHE Centre for Higher Education, commissioned by the Hans Böckler Foundation. Go to publication

Tip: Studying without Abitur – The online study guide for all holders of vocational qualifications

Concerning the topic of studying without Abitur, there is not only an online portal, but also a current publication containing analyses and practical information for download  as well as the latest figures.

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Michaela Schrand
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Dr. Nicolas Reum
Dr. Nicolas Reum Project Manager

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Dr. Sigrun Nickel Head of Higher Education Research

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