Kristina Hauschildt

Dr. Kristina Hauschildt

Research area Educational Careers and Graduate Employment
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Kristina Hauschildt joined the DZHW in 2011. Her work has focused on the evaluation of policy and practice in higher education, covering a wide range of topics from student dropout to the impact of student fees on the quality of higher education provision. Many of her projects have had an international component. She is now project leader of the international project EUROSTUDENT, which collates data on the social and economic conditions of higher education from many countries in the European Higher Education Area. She is interested in comparative higher education research and topics relevant to the social dimension of higher education.
Kristina Hauschildt holds a diploma in psychology as well as a doctorate in work and organizational psychology from the University of Kiel, Germany.

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EUROSTUDENT VI Overview and selected findings: Social and Economic Conditions of Student Life in Europe.

Hauschildt, K., Vögtle, E., & Gwosć, C. (2018).
EUROSTUDENT VI Overview and selected findings: Social and Economic Conditions of Student Life in Europe. Bielefeld: W. Bertelsmann Verlag.
Abstract

This short report presents a condensed overview of the EUROSTUDENT Synopsis of Indicators - the central publication of the project and the result of the collaboration of a European-wide network including researchers, data collectors, representatives of national ministries, and other stakeholders. It comprises data from student surveys conducted in 28 countries in the European Higher Education Area during the sixth round of the EUROSTUDENT project. This overview provides selected findings on topics such as characteristics of student populations, transition into and within higher education, study, working, and living conditions as well as international student mobility.

EUROSTUDENT VI Synopsis of Indicators: Social and Economic Conditions of Student Life in Europe.

DZHW (Hrsg.), Hauschildt, K., Vögtle, E., Gwosć, C. (2018).
EUROSTUDENT VI Synopsis of Indicators: Social and Economic Conditions of Student Life in Europe. EUROSTUDENT VI Synopsis of Indicators. Hannover: DZHW.
ISBN 978-3-7639-5913-6

International student mobility in Armenia, Georgia, Russia, and Ukraine.

Hauschildt, K., & Chvorostov, A. (2016).
International student mobility in Armenia, Georgia, Russia, and Ukraine. EUROSTUDENT Intelligence Brief No. 4, 2016. Hanover: German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW).
Abstract

The new intelligence brief analyses international student mobility in Armenia, Georgia, Russia, and Ukraine. The main focus of the IB is to describe and compare plans and realisations of temporary enrolments abroad, as well as examining major channels and obstacles for international mobility.

Demographische Merkmale der Studierenden im Europäischen Hochschulraum.

Gwosć, C., & Hauschildt, K. (2016).
Demographische Merkmale der Studierenden im Europäischen Hochschulraum. EUROSTUDENT Kurzdossier. Hannover: Deutsches Zentrum für Hochschul-und Wissenschaftsforschung (DZHW).

Sozialer Hintergrund der Studierenden im Europäischen Hochschulraum.

Gwosć, C., & Hauschildt, K. (2016).
Sozialer Hintergrund der Studierenden im Europäischen Hochschulraum. EUROSTUDENT Kurzdossier. Hannover: Deutsches Zentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung (DZHW).

Die Wohnsituation der Studierenden im Europäischen Hochschulraum.

Gwosć, C., & Hauschildt, K. (2016).
Die Wohnsituation der Studierenden im Europäischen Hochschulraum. EUROSTUDENT Kurzdossier. Hannover: Deutsches Zentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung (DZHW).

Die Struktur der staatlichen Studienförderung in Europa.

Gwosc, C., & Hauschildt, K. (2016).
Die Struktur der staatlichen Studienförderung in Europa. EUROSTUDENT Intelligence Brief Nr. 3, 2016. Hannover: Deutsches Zentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung (DZHW).
Abstract

In den EUROSTUDENT Ländern finden sich große Unterschiede mit Blick auf die Empfängerquoten und Struktur öffentlicher Förderung, u.a. durch unterschiedliche Grundkonzeptionen der staatlichen Förderung. In den meisten Ländern erhalten Studierende vom öffentlichen Sektor Förderung sowohl in Form von rückzahlbaren als auch nicht-rückzahlbaren Leistungen. Die unterschiedlichen Implikationen der beiden Förderarten werden dargestellt und diskutiert. Ein empirischer Zusammenhang zwischen der durchschnittlichen Empfängerquote und der Höhe des Darlehensanteils der staatlichen Förderung lässt sich nicht feststellen.

The structure of public student support in Europe.

Gwosc, C., & Hauschildt, K. (2016).
The structure of public student support in Europe. EUROSTUDENT Intelligence Brief No. 3, 2016. Hanover: German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW).
Abstract

The share of recipients of public support as well as the composition of this support differs greatly across EUROSTUDENT countries. In most countries, financial support from the public sector is available to students in the form of both grants and loans. This brief discusses the implications of the two different types of support. A relationship between the average share of recipients in a country and the share of loans can currently not be found in the EUROSTUDENT countries.

What are the obstacles to student mobility during the decision and planning phase?

Hauschildt, K. (2016).
What are the obstacles to student mobility during the decision and planning phase? EUROSTUDENT Intelligence Brief No. 2, 2016. Hanover: German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW).
Abstract

In the different phases of the decision process, different obstacles may deter students from studying abroad. Financial and familial obstacles are of especially high relevance with regard to the initial decision to go abroad for study purposes. Students who are already planning to study abroad are more concerned about practical matters: integrating a stay abroad into their study programme, getting relevant information, securing a place in a mobility programme, and ensuring their results achieved abroad will be recognised.

Welche Mobilitätshindernisse sind in der Entscheidungs- und Planungsphase für Studierende wichtig?

Hauschildt, K. (2016).
Welche Mobilitätshindernisse sind in der Entscheidungs- und Planungsphase für Studierende wichtig? EUROSTUDENT Intelligence Brief Nr. 2, 2016. Hannover: Deutsches Zentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung (DZHW).
Abstract

In den unterschiedlichen Phasen des Entscheidungsprozesses für ein Auslandsstudium sind unterschiedliche Hindernisse relevant. Finanzielle und familiäre Hindernisse stellen sich insbesondere mit Blick auf die Entscheidung für ein Auslandsstudium problematisch dar. Studierende hingegen, die bereits ein Auslandsstudium planen, sorgen sich eher um praktische Aspekte: die Integration ihres Auslandsaufenthaltes in den eigenen Studiengang, den Zugang zu relevanter Information, das Erlangen eines Platzes in einem Mobilitätsprogramm und die Sicherstellung der Anerkennung von im Ausland erbrachten Studienleistungen.

Auslandsmobilität und Internationalisierung der Studierenden im Europäischen Hochschulraum.

Hauschildt, K., & Liedtke, M. (2016).
Auslandsmobilität und Internationalisierung der Studierenden im Europäischen Hochschulraum. EUROSTUDENT Kurzdossier. Hannover: Deutsches Zentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung (DZHW).

Income and Purchasing Power of students in Europe.

Gwosć, C., & Hauschildt, K. (2016).
Income and Purchasing Power of students in Europe. Intelligence Brief No. 01|2016. Hannover: DZHW.

Einnahmen und Kaufkraft von Studierenden in Europa.

Gwosć, C., & Hauschildt, K. (2016).
Einnahmen und Kaufkraft von Studierenden in Europa. Intelligence Brief Nr. 01|2016. Hannover: DZHW.

Testing the Feasibility of a European Graduate Study. Final report of the EUROGRADUATE feasibility study.

Mühleck, K., Grabher, A., Hauschildt, K., Litofcenko, J., Mishra, S., Ryska, R., ... & Zelenka, M. (2016).
Testing the Feasibility of a European Graduate Study. Final report of the EUROGRADUATE feasibility study. Hannover: German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies.
ISBN 978-3-86426-049-0

National-level capacities for studying HE graduates in Europe .

Hauschildt, K., Mühleck, K. (2015).
National-level capacities for studying HE graduates in Europe . EUROGRADUATE research digest.
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Precariousness of students in Europe - what does EUROSTUDENT tell us?

Hauschildt, K. (2018, Oktober).
Precariousness of students in Europe - what does EUROSTUDENT tell us? Presentation at the European Social Action Network seminar "Poverty and precarious students in Europe", Brussels, Belgium.

Identifying the needs of an increasingly diverse student population. Findings of the current Eurostudent VI report.

Hauschildt, K. (2018, September).
Identifying the needs of an increasingly diverse student population. Findings of the current Eurostudent VI report. Vortrag auf der Higher Education Expert Konferenz "The New Student: Flexible Learning Paths and Future Learning Environments". Wien/Österreich.

The social and economic conditions of students in Europe. EUROSTUDENT VI results.

Hauschildt, K. (2018, August).
The social and economic conditions of students in Europe. EUROSTUDENT VI results. Vortrag beim XII. Deutsch-Polnischen Kolloquium des Deutschen Studentenwerks. Dessau.

Social and economic conditions of student life in Europe.

Hauschildt, K. (2018, Juli).
Social and economic conditions of student life in Europe. Presentation at Complutense University Madrid Summer Course "Estudiantes universitarios después de la crisis: condiciones de vida en la universidad" [University students after the crisis: living conditions at university]. El Escorial, Spain.

Inequalities in social and economic conditions of student life in Europe. Findings from EUROSTUDENT.

Hauschildt, K. (2018, Juli).
Inequalities in social and economic conditions of student life in Europe. Findings from EUROSTUDENT. Presentation at Centre for Global Education Seminar 86, London, United Kingdom.
Abstract

EUROSTUDENT data provide a comprehensive, comparative overview of students’ social and economic conditions in 28 countries of the European Higher Education Area.

The social dimension in higher education - what does EUROSTUDENT tell us?

Hauschildt, K. (2018, Juni).
The social dimension in higher education - what does EUROSTUDENT tell us? Vortrag bei der Education and Training 2020 Working Group on Higher Education, Brüssel, Belgien.

How are students' study choices related to their socio-economic background? Findings from EUROSTUDENT.

Hauschildt, K. (2018, Juni).
How are students' study choices related to their socio-economic background? Findings from EUROSTUDENT. Keynote auf dem Seminar "Seminar internacional observatori estudiants UB" der Universität Barcelona, Spanien.

EUROSTUDENT VI - Key results and outputs.

Hauschildt, K. (2018, März).
EUROSTUDENT VI - Key results and outputs. Vortrag auf der EUROSTUDENT Final Conference, DZHW GmbH, Berlin, Deutschland.

EUROSTUDENT VI Final Conference.

Hauschildt, K., Gwosć, C., Vögtle, E., & Liedtke, M. (2018, März).
EUROSTUDENT VI Final Conference. Berlin, Deutschland.

Education and Training Monitor: Evidence and education policy agenda.

Hauschildt, K. (2018, Januar).
Education and Training Monitor: Evidence and education policy agenda. Panel discussant at 1st European Education Summit, Brussels.

EUROSTUDENT V. Eurostudent supporting the development of the social dimension in higher education.

Hauschildt, K. (2016, März).
EUROSTUDENT V. Eurostudent supporting the development of the social dimension in higher education. Presentation on invitation by the Ministry of Education and Culture, Helsinki, Finland.

The social background of students in the EHEA. EUROSTUDENT V results .

Hauschildt, K. (2015, Dezember).
The social background of students in the EHEA. EUROSTUDENT V results . Vortrag auf der Konferenz “Positioning of the Republic of Slovenia in the European Higher Education Area”, Ljubljana, Slowenien.

Ausgewählte Ergebnisse des "EUROSTUDENT-V" Berichts.

Hauschildt, K. (2015, August).
Ausgewählte Ergebnisse des "EUROSTUDENT-V" Berichts. Vortrag im Rahmen des 38. Deutsch-Französischen Kolloquiums des Deutschen Studentenwerks und CROUS, Paris, Frankreich.

Studentenwerksleistungen und Studienerfolg: Welche Relevanz haben die Dienstleistungen der Studentenwerke für Studienverlauf und -erfolg?

Hauschildt, K. (2015, August).
Studentenwerksleistungen und Studienerfolg: Welche Relevanz haben die Dienstleistungen der Studentenwerke für Studienverlauf und -erfolg? Vortrag im Rahmen des 38. Deutsch-Französischen Kolloquiums des Deutschen Studentenwerks und CROUS, Paris, Frankreich.

EUROSTUDENT V Key results on the social dimension in higher education in Europe.

Hauschildt, K (2015, März).
EUROSTUDENT V Key results on the social dimension in higher education in Europe. Vortrag auf der internationalen Tagung "En quines condicions estudien els joves universitaris a Europa? Presentació de l'informe Eurostudent 2015", Barcelona.