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Title Tertiary Edge: Employment rates and earnings premiums of Germany’s university graduates
Author Rachael Merola


Germany has been a dynamic and powerful force in higher education in recent years. It eliminated tuition fees at public universities in 2014, has 44 universities in the world’s top university rankings, and enrolls 15% of all tertiary students in the EU. This article explores the growth of Germany’s tertiary education, looking at data on attainment, employment rates and earnings premiums.

Date 15/08/2018
Region(s) Europe
Countries Germany
Theme(s) Public Private Partnerships, Regulatory Frameworks

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