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DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD 2012 06 01 1 DAAD Alumni Survey 1998 - 2004 – 2011 Selected Findings Michael Golba Carl von Ossietzky University.

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1 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD DAAD Alumni Survey – 2011 Selected Findings Michael Golba Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg

2 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Content 1 Survey Design 2Students’ Profile 3Transition Period - from Studies to Profession 4Current Employment 5Further Studies 6Outlook

3 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Survey Design Questionnaire, Method Return Rate

4 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Online Survey line.de/lspace35/ppre/s urvey.nsf/fb_eng?Open Form English and German

5 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD No of Programmes Return (Count) Return Rate (%) DAAD Surveys

6 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Economy students numbers increase, Engineering and Planning decrease

7 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD FrequencyPercent Valid Single Cases ,1 Survey 2004 participated also ,9 Survey 2011 participated also ,6 Survey 2011 participated also ,3 Survey 2011 participated also 1998 and ,1 Total ,0 Duplicates

8 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Countries according to the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) FrequencyPercent ValidDAC349882,4 Non DAC64615,2 Total414497,6 Missing021,5 System811,9 Total1022,4 Total ,0

9 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD

10 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Students’ Profile Financing Region of Origin Age Gender Cultural Capital Employment Sector (before) Kind of Employment (before)

11 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Share of DAAD Scholarship decreasing

12 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Most students from Asia, with decreasing tendency

13 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD

14 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Slightly decreasing tendency: Master students start younger

15 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Students are becoming increasingly female

16 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Since 10 years: Trend to higher Cultural Capital

17 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD

18 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Trend to Market

19 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Transition Period From Studies to Profession How to Find First Employment Course of Employment

20 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD

21 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Less are continuously employed

22 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Current Employment Current Management Level Current Employment Sector Kind of Employment Home

23 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Ten years after about 15% work in top and about 40% in middle management positions

24 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Increase in market and decrease in state

25 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Tendency towards temporary employment

26 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Ten years after about 70% returned while almost 25% stayed outside

27 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Further Studies Application Where

28 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Ten years after more than 30% successfully completed Further Studies

29 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Further Studies increasingly Outside

30 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD If outside then industrialised countries, preferably Germany

31 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Outlook Definition of preferred career paths through sequence analysis by integrating the diagram procedure

32 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Diagram line.de/lspace35/ppre/fra gebogen.nsf/Diagramm- Kopie2?OpenForm

33 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD It is not always easy to distinguish if in the course of time i.the world, ii.the individual or iii.both change.

34 DAAD Survey – Selected FindingsBonn DAAD Thank you for your attention


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