Türkische Bildung in der Isolation: Nur 3 Studenten konnten teilweise im Ausland studieren

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Von der EU finanzierten Politik Klasse sind diese vielen Stiftungen finanziert, wobei als Vorbild die Süd Italienische Mafia diente, denn es geht um Profi organisierten Geldvernichtung, mit vielen Stiftunen und Vereinen, wobei man sich gegenseitig als Quelle nutzt. Damit wird die verrottete EU Politik Klasse finanziert, wo die Dümmsten keine Jobs finden können und dann in dieser Stiftungs Mafia untergebracht werden, identisch wie bei dem aufgeblähten EU Haufen, was sich Botschaften nennt.

Turkish Students, Isolation and the Erasmus Challenge

The starting point for our research was the fact that even today very few Turkish students spend any part of their studies abroad, and that the European Erasmus student exchange program offers a lot of unexploited potential to change this.

A 2011 survey found that only 3 per cent of young Turks (age 15-35) had ever been abroad for education or training. This is extremely low.

Ever abroad for education/training (age 15-35, in per cent)

Luxembourg

41

Cyprus

39

Norway

28

Austria

28

Sweden

24

Denmark

21

Iceland

21

Finland

21

Germany

21

Estonia

21

Spain

19

Ireland

19

Netherlands

18

Slovenia

18

Hungary

18

Slovakia

16

Belgium

16

Latvia

15

Czech Republic

14

Malta

14

France

14

Lithuania

14

Portugal

13

Turkey

3

There were some 14,400 Turkish Erasmus students in 2012. However, as a share of all students in Turkey this was 0.3 per cent, the lowest ratio among all participating countries in the European Erasmus student exchange,

The ESI background paper looks at the reasons behind these numbers. It also suggests what needs to be done if Turkish authorities would set themselves an ambitious goal – such as doubling the number of Turkish Erasmus students to 30,000 by 2016.

This research on Erasmus builds on previous ESI papers on People-to-People contacts between Turkey and the EU and complements the Schengen visa liberalization White List Project, also supported by Stiftung Mercator.

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