Source 3: Research Essay Flashcards


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S3 (Bruckmeier, pg.459) N1

Public funds are the primary source of financing higher education in Europe

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S3 (Bruckmeier, pg.459) N2

Since 1976, tuition fees have been banned in Europe by federal law

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S3 (Bruckmeier, pg.460) N3

Since the tuition fees affect the time of graduation, it serves as an incentive for studying and getting it done in a timely manner

- 5/13 people in my survey think that having larger tuition costs helps motivate students to do their work/get good grades

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S3 (Bruckmeier, pg.460) N4

Only 5.5% of German students are enrolled in private universities

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S3 (Bruckmeier, pg.460) N5

In 2012

- 1.6 million enrolled in public universities

- 800,000 in universities of applied studies (trade schools??)

- 100,000 in specialized public universities

- 125,000 in private universities

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S3 (Bruckmeier, pg.460) N6

Because of the law in 1976 about free tuition, students still had to pay administrative fees, which were 75 euros per semester

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S3 (Bruckmeier, pg.460) N7

In 2005, the court got rid of the law because they believed it didn't work in their constitution

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S3 (Bruckmeier, pg.460) N8

After the court's decision, 5 out of 16 german states had their tuition fixed at a set amount (500 euros per semester)

In Bavaria it was 300 euros to 500 euros. Few universities actually set it at the lowest amount, though

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S3 (Bruckmeier, pg.460) N9

In the winter term of 2014/2015, Germany stopped charging tuition fees again

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S3 (Bruckmeier, pg.461) N10

All states in Germany were introduced to tuition fees around 2006, by 2015, every state had gone back to free tuition

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S3 (Bruckmmeier, pg.462) N11

The average time to graduation was longer with states that had free tuition