The first online interactive publication of the Eurydice network has been released: the biennial update on tuition fees and student support in higher education in Europe, National Student Fee and Support Systems in European Higher Education 2022/2023.
For the first time, it is possible to consult a Eurydice publication in an interactive and dynamic format. In this way it is even easier to navigate among the many data available to find the information you are looking for. Digital maps and graphs guide the user, through comparative analyzes and country information, on all topics and subtopics covered.
Fees and student financial support measures are important tools to support entry and progression in higher education studies, and related national policies and practices vary significantly across European countries.
The report offers information on fees and support in each stage of higher education and analyses the differences between domestic and international students and between full-time and part-time students. It is possible to find information on grants and loans, including criteria for awarding financial aid and information on minimum, maximum and most common amounts for grants. It is also possible to find out which schemes offer indirect financial support, such as tax breaks and family allowances.
The report covers 39 education systems. In addition to the 27 EU member states, it also includes Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Norway, Serbia and Turkey.
What is Eurydice?
Eurydice is the European network that collects, updates, analyzes and disseminates information on the policies, structure and organization of European education systems. Born in 1980 on the initiative of the European Commission, the network is made up of a European unit based in Brussels and various national units. Since 1985, Indire has been the headquarters of the Italian National Unity.
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