Your Chance in Europe

This project covers 3 educational institutions

  • Germany: Ortenbergschule, Frankenberg
  • Spain: IES Fuente Nueva, El Ejido (Almería)
  • Sweden: Zederslundsskolan, Motala

Presentation of the 3 schools


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First Meeting Photos.

Spanish students travelling to Sweden.


Survey analysis final conclusion

The present survey was fulfilled online by 178 students aged 14-17 from three different European countries. It is divided in 2 sections comprising 8 and 14 questions respectively. The first section is titled under the heading General Data and the second Your Vocational Orientation.
gupomotala2As regards the first section, it is important to highlight the employed datum for German father’s job or the housewife for the Spanish mother’s job, the unified responses related to computers, the Internet or the students skillfulness.
As for Your Vocational Orientation section, a more detailed analysis of each question is required.
Only 19% of the German students like studying, which responds to the kind of educational center they attend and the type of education they are given: basically professional orientated.
The second and third questions produce a unified answer according to the influence of parents on both studies and future vocational orientation.
In relation to the first question, the fifth one shows the scarce 28 % of German students who won’t continue further studies after CSE. On the contrary, around 90% consider that studying is the direct way to their future in question number 6.
Regarding question 8, most Spanish and Swedish pupils would like to work on services whereas most German students would prefer the administrative field.
As for the characteristics of a possible future job, most students consider that the most important is that it is interesting for them, along with the fact that more than 50% are willing to take responsibility. However, Germans and Spaniards would prefer to work in their hometown whereas most Swedish wouldn’t mind working worldwide.
Again, German pupils reveal that they aren’t willing to study more than three years to get a job in question number 13.
Finally, most students surf the net to get information about jobs along with their most immediate environment such as school or families.