The EUROSTUDENT target group includes all students who are at the time of observation (semester/term) enrolled in any national study programme regarded as higher education (not tertiary!) in a country. Usually, that corresponds to ISCED (2011) levels 5, 6 and 7 (e.g. short-cycle programmes, Bachelor/Master programmes, traditional diploma programmes, Lizentiat, national degrees in medicine etc.) which – in the national context – would normally be considered higher education.
Deviation by country
Universities of applied sciences do not exist in Georgia. Data provided for the group ‘non-universities’ in the EUROSTUDENT context refers to teaching universities and colleges. Teaching universities deliver only BA and MA level programmes (no doctoral programmes); colleges run only BA programmes. No distinction between full- and part-time students exists.
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Documents related to the Survey
|Deviation Sheet Georgia||The table describes the deviations of the Georgian questionnaire compared to the core questionnaire (trilingual). The variable names are included.||English||GE_Deviations.xlsx|