EU Migration Talks – Attracting and Retaining International Students

Organizer: National Contact Point Austria

12 June 2019, Vienna (Austria)


The immigration of international students from third countries to the EU has steadily increased in recent years. While the priority of attracting and retaining international students in each EU Member State has varied widely, the challenges seem to be similar in many cases. On the occasion of the publication of the EMN-study “Attracting and Retaining International Students” the National Contact Point Austria in the EMN invited to an expert discussion in the framework of the event series “EU Migration Talks”. During the event both national as well as synthesized European wide results of the study were presented. Together with the experts who contributed to the national report of this study, we discussed the situation in Austria and compared it with Germany and the Netherlands.

“EU Migration Talks” is an event series organized by the National Contact Point Austria in the EMN. Based on the findings of recent EMN-studies, EU Migration Talks provide the framework to discuss migration-related topics.

Presentations:

  • Attracting and Retaining international students in Austria and the EU
    Maria-Alexandra Bassermann, IOM Country Office for Austria
  • Attracting and Retaining international students in Germany
    Paula Hoffmeyer, University of Geneva
  • Attracting and Retaining international students in the Netherlands
    Maren Stegink, EMN National Contact Point for the Netherlands

    Moderation: Alexander Spiegelfeld, IOM Country Office for Austria

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