Eva Maria Vögtle

Dr. Eva Maria Vögtle

Abteilung Governance in Hochschule und Wissenschaft
wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
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Eva Vögtle schloss im Jahr 2013 ihre Promotion am Fachbereich Politik- und Verwaltungswissenschaften der Universität Konstanz ab, zuvor war sie dort mit dem DFG-Projekt "Nationale Bedingungen länderübergreifender Politikkonvergenz am Beispiel des Bologna-Prozesses" befasst. Im Jahr 2013 forschte sie am Sonderforschungsbereich 597 "Staatlichkeit im Wandel" der Universität Bremen zu studentischer Mobilität bevor sie im September 2013 zum DZHW wechselte. Dort war sie zwischen 2013 und 2016 mit der Evaluation des Bund-Länder-Wettbewerbs "Aufstieg durch Bildung: offene Hochschule" befasst. Zwischen 2017 und 2019 war sie Teil des EUROSTUDENT Teams und leitete zudem in 2019 das Projekt "Vergleichende Governance von Hochschulen in den Ländern (VerGHiL)". Seit 2020 erforscht sie Typen von Hochschulzulassungsregimen im europäischen Vergleich und führt ihre Forschungsaktivitäten im Rahmen des DZHW-Forschungsclusters "Mobilität von Hochqualifizierten" fort.

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Wissenschaftliche Forschungsgebiete

International vergleichende Policy-Forschung, Policy-Konvergenz und Diffusion, Bologna-Prozess, Studentische Mobilität, Hochschulsteuerung (Governance), Institutionen und Politiken der Europäischen Union

Projekte

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EUROSTUDENT VII
Forschungscluster: Mobilität von Hochqualifizierten
EUROSTUDENT
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Der Einfluss des Demokratieniveaus von Staaten auf ihre Attraktivität als Studiendestination. Eine netzwerkanalytische Perspektive.

Vögtle, E.M., & Windzio, M. (2020).
Der Einfluss des Demokratieniveaus von Staaten auf ihre Attraktivität als Studiendestination. Eine netzwerkanalytische Perspektive. In M. Jungbauer-Gans & A. Gottburgsen, Migration, Mobilität und soziale Ungleichheit in der Hochschulbildung (S. 197-220). Wiesbaden, Springer VS.
Abstract

This article investigates the link between countries’ level of democracy and their ability to attract degree-mobile students from abroad. The network of international student mobility is analyzed for the time span between 2000 and 2009 in a cross-sectional manner, focusing on OECD and member countries of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). Using Social Network Analysis and Exponential Random Graph Modelling, the study demonstrates that ties are more frequent when both countries in a dyad have either low or high levels of democracy, i. e., when there is homophily with regard to their democracy level. However, this applies only when the receiving country is economically wealthy

Students’ time budget in European comparative perspective. Results of the 6th round of EUROSTUDENT and an in-depth analysis of the Hungarian student survey.

Vögtle, E. M., & Hámori, Á. (2020).
Students’ time budget in European comparative perspective. Results of the 6th round of EUROSTUDENT and an in-depth analysis of the Hungarian student survey. In D. Großmann, C. Engel, J. Junkermann & T. Wolbring (Hrsg.), Studentischer Workload. Definition, Messung und Einflüsse (S. 145-177). Wiesbaden; Springer VS. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-28931-7
ISBN 978-3-658-28930-0
Abstract

This contribution investigates students’ time budget across 28 European Higher Education Area member countries from a (descriptive) comparative perspective and it provides an in-depth analysis for Hungarian students. Whether students spend more time in direct interaction with teaching staff, or studying on their own, reflects the varying requirements set by different types of higher education institutions, fields of study, and study programmes. Additionally, time investments vary among different groups of students

Looking for freedom? Networks of international student mobility and countries' levels of democracy.

Vögtle, E. M., & Windzio, M. (2019).
Looking for freedom? Networks of international student mobility and countries' levels of democracy. The Geographical Journal, 186(1), 103-115. https://doi.org/10.1111/geoj.12329
Abstract

This article analyses the network of international student mobility (ISM) between OECD and European Higher Education Area (EHEA) member countries between 2000 and 2009. It aims at investigating the link between countries’ level of democracy and how this impacts on their ability to attract degree‐mobile students from abroad. Social Network Analysis (SNA) and Exponential Random Graph Modelling (ERGM) are used to show that the ties of student mobility occur more often when both countries in the dyad have either low or high levels of democracy and when the receiving country is also economically wealthy. The network is characterized by a core‐periphery structure where a few countries act as hubs with numerous strong ties

20 years of the Bologna Process: Achievements and difficulties in tackling the social dimension of student life in Europe.

Vögtle, E. (2019).
20 years of the Bologna Process: Achievements and difficulties in tackling the social dimension of student life in Europe. (DZHW Brief 2|2019). Hannover: DZHW. https://doi.org/10.34878/2019.02.dzhw_brief

20 Jahre Bologna-Prozess-Hehre Ziele, moderate Erfolge? Bologna bietet den Staaten eine Struktur, nicht aber die Inhalte der Hochschulprogramme. Das hat Vor-und Nachteile.

Vögtle, E.M. (2019).
20 Jahre Bologna-Prozess-Hehre Ziele, moderate Erfolge? Bologna bietet den Staaten eine Struktur, nicht aber die Inhalte der Hochschulprogramme. Das hat Vor-und Nachteile. OeAD news (Nummer 109). Wien, Österreich.

20 Years of Bologna - a story of success, a story of failure. Policy convergence and (non-) implementation in the realm of the Bologna Process.

Vögtle, E. M. (2019).
20 Years of Bologna - a story of success, a story of failure. Policy convergence and (non-) implementation in the realm of the Bologna Process. Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research 32(4). 406-428. https://doi.org/10.1080/13511610.2019.1594717
Abstract

The aim of this article is to provide a condensed, up-to-date overview of the Bologna Process with regard to structural characteristics, before embedding it into a discussion on processes on voluntary policy convergence and to which extent we should be able to find this kind of policy harmonisation in the realm of the Bologna Process. Related to this are questions why this, in principle, completely voluntary process of policy harmonisation, has appealed to so many countries and why they might or might not feel committed to the implementation of its policies and tools.

What deters students of education and teacher training from enrolment abroad?

Vögtle, E. M. (2019).
What deters students of education and teacher training from enrolment abroad? EUROSTUDENT Intelligence Brief 2/2019.
Abstract

In view of the important role they will play in educating future generations, the Yerevan Communiqué (2015) defined students of education and teacher training as a relevant group with regard to cross-national student mobility. But what makes this group of students so different from the students in other fields of study? As the analyses in this Intelligence Brief demonstrate, enrolment abroad shares among students of education and teacher training are comparatively low across countries. Students of education and teacher training rate obstacles to enrolment abroad to be more deterring compared to the average across all students.

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, Germany: W. Bertelsmann Verlag. https://doi.org/10.3278/104-274w
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.

Social and economic conditions of student life in Europe: Synopsis of Indicators. EUROSTUDENT VI 2016-2018.

DZHW (Eds.) (2018).
Social and economic conditions of student life in Europe: Synopsis of Indicators. EUROSTUDENT VI 2016-2018. Bielefeld, Germany: W. Bertelsmann Verlag.
ISBN 978-3-7639-5913-6

Bildungszusammenarbeit in Europa einschließlich ERASMUS +.

Vögtle, E. M. (2017).
Bildungszusammenarbeit in Europa einschließlich ERASMUS +. Stellungnahme zum öffentlichen Fachgespräch des Ausschusses für Bildung, Forschung und Technikfolgenabschätzung der Deutschen Bundestags, Berlin.

Networks of International Student Mobility: Enlargement and Consolidation of the European Transnational Education Space?

Vögtle, E.M., & Windzio, M. (2016).
Networks of International Student Mobility: Enlargement and Consolidation of the European Transnational Education Space? Higher Education, 1-19. https://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10734-015-9972-9
Abstract

In this paper, we investigate the impact of membership in the Bologna Process on patterns and driving forces of cross-national student mobility. Student exchange flows are analyzed for almost all Bologna Process member states and non-Bologna OECD members over a ten-year period (from 2000 to 2010). Based on social network analyses, we first visualize the exchange patterns between sampled countries. In doing so, we analyze the student exchange linkages to gain descriptive insights into the development of the network. Second, we use exponential random graph models (ERGM) to test which factors determine transnational student mobility.

The Network of International Student Mobility: Enlargement and Consolidation of the European Transnational Education Space?

Vögtle, E, & Windzio, M. (2015).
The Network of International Student Mobility: Enlargement and Consolidation of the European Transnational Education Space? TranState Working Papers 190. SFB Staatlichkeit im Wandel, Universität Bremen.

The Bologna Process as a template for transnational policy coordination.

Vögtle, E., & Martens, K. (2014).
The Bologna Process as a template for transnational policy coordination. Policy Studies, 35(3), 246-263. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01442872.2013.875147

Sweeping Change - But Does It Matter? The BP and Determinants of Student Mobility.

Fulge, T., & Vögtle, E. (2014).
Sweeping Change - But Does It Matter? The BP and Determinants of Student Mobility. In K. Martens, P. Knodel & M. Windzio (Hrsg.), A New Constellation of Statehood in Education Policy? (67-88). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Higher Education Policy Convergence and the Bologna Process. A cross-national study.

Vögtle, E. (2014).
Higher Education Policy Convergence and the Bologna Process. A cross-national study. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Vorträge & Tagungen

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The student mobility network in a global perspective. Effects of fragile states and post-colonial ties 2009-2017.

Vögtle, E. (2020, Februar).
The student mobility network in a global perspective. Effects of fragile states and post-colonial ties 2009-2017. Poster Präsentation auf der Spring Conference of the Section on Social Network Analysis of the German Sociological Association (DGS), Bremen.

The role of destinations countries’ socio-economic, cultural and geographic attributes for the attractiveness as study destination. A Network Perspective on International Student Mobility.

Vögtle, E. (2020, Januar).
The role of destinations countries’ socio-economic, cultural and geographic attributes for the attractiveness as study destination. A Network Perspective on International Student Mobility. Workshop zum Informationsaustausch zwischen BMBF, DAAD und DZHW, Hannover.

The role of destinations countries’ socio-economic, cultural and geographic attributes for the attractiveness as study destination.

Vögtle, E. M. (2019, Juni).
The role of destinations countries’ socio-economic, cultural and geographic attributes for the attractiveness as study destination. Presentation at the IMISCOE -International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion - 16thAnnual Conference "Understanding International Migration in the 21st Century: Conceptual and Methodological Approaches, Malmö (Sweden).
Abstract

In our research, we analyse the phenomenon of international student mobility by combining and testing aspects of different perspectives (e.g. political, economic, and cultural factors) and, as others have done before (Spilimbergo, 2009; Vögtle and Windzio 2016), using aggregate data, we focus on the attributes of countries and the relationship between them to explain patterns of international student exchange between them.

Heterogeneous Effects of Studying Abroad.

Netz, N., & Vögtle, E. (2018, Oktober).
Heterogeneous Effects of Studying Abroad. Organisation des Workshops des DZHW-Forschungsclusters "Mobilität von Hochqualifizierten", DZHW, Hannover.

International student mobility and migration: trajectories, transitions, and social transformations.

Netz, N., Vögtle, E., Riaño, Y., Van Mol, C., & Raghuram, P. (2018, Oktober).
International student mobility and migration: trajectories, transitions, and social transformations. Organisation des Workshops des IMISCOE Research Clusters "International Student Mobility and Migration", DZHW, Hannover.

Transition into higher education of underrepresented groups and their study choices.

Vögtle, E. M. (2018, September).
Transition into higher education of underrepresented groups and their study choices. Vortrag auf der Tagung "Vielfalt und Implikationen studentischer Lebenslagen" zur 21. Sozialerhebung im Schloss Herrenhausen, Hannover.
Abstract

With the introduction of higher education institutions following a different model than ‘traditional’ universities, access to higher education has been diversified. However, recent research has indicated that this institutional diversification is often accompanied by an increased degree of stratification with different types of institutions, or individual institutions, conveying different levels of prestige and, possibly, labour market returns (Arum, Gamoran, & Shavit, 2007; Reimer & Jacob, 2011; Triventi, 2013; Marconi, 2015; Marginson, 2016). Furthermore, existing research points towards the fact that students from disadvantaged backgrounds tend to concentrate in lower-prestige higher education institutions.

The Network of international student mobility.

Vögtle, E. M. (2018, Juni/Juli).
The Network of international student mobility. Presentation held during the Session Preferential attachment at the XXXVIII Sunbelt, Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Abstract

Preferential attachment or hegemony, from a political science standpoint/perspective, means an indirect form of government in which the hegemon dominates geopolitically subordinated states by implicit means instead of direct military force. From social network perspective, a hegemon can be identified from the “common” states by its position in a cooperative network. In terms of Preferential attachment it is more likely that international students connect to a more central node (hence country) rather than to a marginal one. Thus already existing exchange relationships enforce future ones.

How to further student mobility for student groups that currently abstain from studying abroad?

Vögtle, E. (2018, Mai).
How to further student mobility for student groups that currently abstain from studying abroad? Panel discussant at the Conference "Conditions of Icelandic students in international comparison: Access, finance and opportunities to studies abroad", Reykjavík, Iceland.

Social and Economic Conditions of Student Life in Europe.

Vögtle, E. (2018, Mai).
Social and Economic Conditions of Student Life in Europe. Presentation held at the Conference "Conditions of Icelandic students in international comparison: Access, finance and opportunities to studies abroad", Reykjavík, Iceland.

EUROSTUDENT VI Final Conference.

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

EUROSTUDENT VI comparative results: Students' time budget.

Vögtle, E. (2018, März).
EUROSTUDENT VI comparative results: Students' time budget. Vortrag auf der EUROSTUDENT Final Conference, DZHW GmbH, Berlin, Deutschland.

EUROSTUDENT VI comparative results: Cross-national student mobility.

Vögtle, E. (2018, März).
EUROSTUDENT VI comparative results: Cross-national student mobility. Vortrag auf der EUROSTUDENT Final Conference, DZHW GmbH, Berlin, Deutschland.

Empirical research on international student mobility: Status quo and ways forward.

Netz, N., & Vögtle, E. (2017, Mai).
Empirical research on international student mobility: Status quo and ways forward. Organisation des interdisziplinären Workshops des DZHW-Forschungsclusters "Mobilität von Hochqualifizierten", DZHW, Hannover.

International student mobility flows: A social network perspective on democratization.

Vögtle, E. (2017, Mai).
International student mobility flows: A social network perspective on democratization. Vortrag auf dem interdisziplinären Workshop "Empirical research on international student mobility: Status quo and ways forward" des DZHW-Forschungsclusters "Mobilität von Hochqualifizierten", DZHW, Hannover.

Workshop on cross-national student mobility: EUROSTUDENT VI. Selected findings.

Vögtle, E. (2017, April).
Workshop on cross-national student mobility: EUROSTUDENT VI. Selected findings. Vortrag auf der EUROSTUDENT Policy-makers conference in Rabat, Malta.
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seit 02/2017

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin im EUROSTUDENT-Projekt

seit 09/2013

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Deutschen Zentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung (DZHW), Arbeitsbereich Governance von wissenschaftlicher Weiterbildung (ehem. Lebenslanges Lernen)

04/2013

Abschluss des Promotionsstudiengangs am Fachbereich Politik- und Verwaltungswissenschaften der Universität Konstanz

01/2013-07/2013

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Sonderforschungsbereich 597 "Staatlichkeit im Wandel", Teilprojekt C4

02/2008-04/2012

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am DFG geförderten Projekt "Nationale Bedingungen länderübergreifender Politikkonvergenz am Beispiel des Bologna-Prozesses" am Lehrstuhl für Vergleichende Policy- Forschung und Verwaltungswissenschaft (Prof. Knill), Universität Konstanz

02/2008

Hochschulabschluss als Diplom- Verwaltungswissenschaftlerin

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  • Higher Education
  • Palgrave (für den Bereich Hochschulen)