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1 Where are we with the German – British ERASMUS student exchange? Dr. Siegbert Wuttig Director of the National Agency for EU Higher Education Coopertation 6 July 2011, Birmingham

2 2 Mobility data - DAAD 2010 DAAD: German trainees ERASMUS: German trainees DAAD: foreign trainees Total: placement students Foreigners (DAAD: 42,047) Germans (DAAD: 31,613) ERASMUS grants for Germans (EU: 32,226) DAAD Budget million 384 mio EUR Ministry of Foreign Affairs 174,5 mio = 45% Federal Ministry of Education 99,1 mio = 26% EU 49,8 mio = 13% Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development 33 mio = 9% Other sources 27,7 mio = 7%

3 3 Inward And Outward Student Mobility - selected countries Quelle: UIS and Project Atlas (IIE) OUTIN

4 4 International students in Germany (WS 2008/2009) and main trading partners of Germany Republic of Korea11 France10 Cameroon9 Austria8 Morocco7 Ukraine6 Turkey5 Bulgaria4 Poland3 Russia2 China France 2 Netherlands 3 China 4 USA 5 Italy 6 UK 7 Austria 8 Belgium 9 Switzerland 10 Poland 11 Russia Countries of originTrading partners (sales volume) Quelle: Stat. Bundesamt 2010Quelle: Stat. Bundesamt 2011

5 5 Internationalisation of Education: Germany on top of the world Germany comes 1 st with a well balanced policy framework and comes top in the access and equity category Australia comes 2 nd with the strongest quality assurance system The UK comes 3 rd with the most open policy environment Brazil and India are joint at 10 th place in the overall ranking with poor quality assurance but relatively good access and equity OVERALL SCORE RankCountryScore/10 1Germany8.4IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 2Australia8.0IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 3UK7.2IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 4China6.4IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 5Malaysia6.0IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 6US5.7IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 7Japan4.7IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 8Russia4.5IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 9Nigeria3.8IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII =10Brazil3.5IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII =10India3.5IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Quelle: British Council 2010/2011

6 6 Target countries of German students and main trading partners of Germany Denmark11 Hungary10 Spain9 Sweden8 Australia7 France6 USA5 Switzerland4 UK3 Netherlands2 Austria France 2 Netherlands 3 China 4 USA 5 Italy 6 UK 7 Austria 8 Belgium 9 Switzerland 10 Poland 11 Russia Target countriesTrading partners (sales volume ) Quelle: Stat. Bundesamt 2010 Quelle: Stat. Bundesamt 2011

7 7 Target countries of German students and main subject areas Denmark11 Hungary10 Spain9 Sweden8 Australia7 France6 USA5 Switzerland4 UK3 Netherlands2 Austria ,3%Law, Economics, Social sc. 46,0% Law, Economics, Social sc. 46,2% Law, Economics, Social sc. 37,7% Law, Economics, Social sc. 30,6% Law, Economics, Social sc. 47,7% Languages, Cultural studies 47,0% Law, Economics, Social sc. 29,2% Law, Economics, Social sc. 31,2% Law, Economics, Social sc. 72,2%Medicine 31,0% Languages, Cultural studies Target countriesMain subject areas Quelle: Stat. Bundesamt 2010

8 8 Target countries of German students and final degree Denmark11 Hungary10 Spain9 Sweden8 Australia7 France6 USA5 Switzerland4 UK3 Netherlands2 Austria ,0% Bachelor (38% tradit.) 90,1 % Bachelor 48,2%Bachelor (27,6% Master) 43,1%Bachelor (27,4% PHD) n.dNo data n.d.No data 43,1%Bachelor (34,6% Master) n.d.No data n.d.No data 80,2%Traditional degrees 82,3%No degree Target countriesFinal degree Quelle: Stat. Bundesamt 2010

9 9 National Agency for EU Higher Education Cooperation Germany and ERASMUS Student mobility 1987/88 – 2009/10 9 DAAD: May /8: /9: /10: German ERASMUS Students ( ERASMUS trainees) BA/MA: 57% 1987/88: 660 German ERASMUS students 1987/88: 3,250 European ERASMUS students 2009/2010: 214,000 European ERASMUS students 2008/9 2009/10: Studies: + 5,7% Placements: + 17,3%

10 10 Germany is a net-exporter in ERASMUS 2009/2010 Quelle: Europäische Kommission

11 11 German ERASMUS Students Abroad (Studies) 2009/2010

12 12 International ERASMUS Students in Germany (Studies) 2009/2010

13 13 German ERASMUS Students Abroad (Placements) 2009/2010

14 14 International ERASMUS Students in Germany (Placements) 2009/2010

15 15 DE-UK exchange 2009/2010 Facts & figures Top subject area (studies): Humanities 35.9% DE UK 55.4% UK DE Length of stay Studies : 6.0 m. DE UK, 7.4 m. UK DE Placements: 4.7 m. DE UK, 8.0 UK DE Monthly Grants Studies: DE UK 208 UK DE 365 Placements: DE UK 355 UK DE 365 DE UK : 5,644 students Total outgoing students: DE studies 24,029 Total outgoing students: DE placements 4, DAAD: July 2011 Top work sector (placements): Education 18.5% DE UK 48.6% UK DE German-British ERASMUS Student Exchange: some facts and figures Total outward/ inward mobility: DE 51,363 students

16 16 German-British ERASMUS Staff Exchange 2009/2010 Staff Mobility Teaching Assignments Staff Mobility Training Quelle: Europäische Kommission

17 17 ERASMUS: British top host institutions (studies) for German students 2009/ University of Nottingham University of Sheffield University of Glasgow University of Aberdeen 89 5 University of Ulster 80 6 University of Leeds 79 7 University of Warwick 73 8 Cardiff University 70 9 University of the West of Scotland University of Birmingham 59 Quelle: Europäische Kommission

18 18 ERASMUS: German top receiving institutions for British students 2009/ Humboldt University Berlin 93 (number 6 in Europe) 2 University of Heidelberg 84 (number 10 in Europe) 3 Free University Berlin 51 4 University of Munich (LMU) 38 5 University of Freiburg 35 6 University of Mannheim 33 7 University of Leipzig 31 8 University of Applied Sciences Berlin (FHW) 31 9 University of Tübingen University of Konstanz 26 Quelle: Europäische Kommission

19 19 Conclusions and open questions 1.The UK remains a very popular destination for German students (studies & placements) and many more would like to go to the UK. Are UK institutions ready and willing to accept more German students? 2.Germany seems to be less attractive for British students. What should Germany do to attract more British students? More placement offers? Free language courses? 3.Germany is the top destination for British teaching staff. How can we use this potential to increase student mobility to Germany? 4.Would more joint study programmes and intensive programmes help increase student mobility?

20 20 My last question … How will our teams come off?


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