Übergangschancen in ein Masterstudium von Bildungsinländern und Bildunsausländern im deutschen Hochschulsystem
Jungbauer-Gans, Monika; Lang, Sebastian
Year of publication:
Jungbauer-Gans M., Lang S. (2019) Übergangschancen in ein Masterstudium von Bildungsinländern und Bildungsausländern im deutschen Hochschulsystem. In: Lörz M., Quast H. (Hrsg.) Bildungs- und Berufsverläufe mit Bachelor und Master (S.157-189). Springer VS, Wiesbaden. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-22394-6_6
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The DZHW Graduate Panel 2013 is part of the DZHW Graduate Study Series, which uses standardised surveys to gather information on the studies, career entry, career development and further qualification of university graduates. The first Graduate Panel was c... moreonducted in 1989, since then every fourth graduate cohort has been surveyed. For each cohort of graduates, several waves of interviews are conducted, each wave taking place at different intervals from the time of graduation. The 2013 Graduate Panel is the seventh cohort of graduates in the study series.
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