Student mobility in the EHEA. Underrepresentation in student credit mobility and imbalances in degree mobility

Additional information on obstacles to student credit mobility and student degree mobility flows within the EHEA

The tables and graphs on this webpage provide additional information to the IHS-report by Grabher et al (2014): "Student mobility in the EHEA. Underrepresentation in student credit mobility and imbalances in degree mobility" (see here) which was commissioned by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science and Research as an input for the BFUG Working group "Mobility and Internationalisation".

Credit mobility: Tables on obstacles to student mobility by country and groups of students

The tables focus on credit mobility and display the national shares of students that rate obstacles as (very) hindering by socio-demographic as well as study-related characteristics (Source: national Eurostudent IV data).

Degree mobility: mobility flows within the EHEA and beyond

The interactive graphs below display incoming and outgoing mobility flows in absolute numbers and relative shares between countries of the EHEA (Source: UIS education statistic 2010).