This article is part of a national Project aimed at studying Italian university students’ mobility. The novelty proposed here lies in the use, for the first time, of individual data from the census surveys that the Alma Laurea consortium conducts on all Italian graduates. The advantage of this data consists of information that was previously unavailable. For example, information about the socio-economic conditions of the students’ parents, satisfaction with the Bachelor’s degree course and university services, and employment status recorded 1, 3, and 5 years after graduation. Here we report the first analyses conducted on the data relating to the University of Palermo Bachelors who enrolled in a Master’s degree course in Italy, studying some of their characteristics and connecting them to their mobility

giovanni boscaino, & vincenzo giuseppe genova (2021). Exploring drivers for Italian university students’ mobility: first evidence from AlmaLaurea data.. In C. Perna, N. Salvati, & Schirripa Spagnolo F. (a cura di), Book of Short Papers SIS 2021 (pp. 1394-1399). Pearson.

Exploring drivers for Italian university students’ mobility: first evidence from AlmaLaurea data.

giovanni boscaino
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vincenzo giuseppe genova
2021

Abstract

This article is part of a national Project aimed at studying Italian university students’ mobility. The novelty proposed here lies in the use, for the first time, of individual data from the census surveys that the Alma Laurea consortium conducts on all Italian graduates. The advantage of this data consists of information that was previously unavailable. For example, information about the socio-economic conditions of the students’ parents, satisfaction with the Bachelor’s degree course and university services, and employment status recorded 1, 3, and 5 years after graduation. Here we report the first analyses conducted on the data relating to the University of Palermo Bachelors who enrolled in a Master’s degree course in Italy, studying some of their characteristics and connecting them to their mobility
students’ mobility; university; Alma Laurea
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giovanni boscaino, & vincenzo giuseppe genova (2021). Exploring drivers for Italian university students’ mobility: first evidence from AlmaLaurea data.. In C. Perna, N. Salvati, & Schirripa Spagnolo F. (a cura di), Book of Short Papers SIS 2021 (pp. 1394-1399). Pearson.
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