Dropouts

About Dropouts

Selecting the wrong field of study, too much pressure to perform, financial problems or poor grades are frequently reasons for early termination of studies. Young adults who terminated their studies before getting graduated face the challenge what to do without qualification. Very often such dropouts are taking odd jobs or positions for unskilled workers in order to survive and in worse case are relying on state assistance.

The project has finished on August 31st 2018. All results will remain available on this website for public and free use.

If you have any questions, plese refer to any partner listed in the “Partner” section.

The project

Information brochures

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Mentoring model

Mentoring model

Gallery

Kick-off meeting in Düsseldorf – October 2016   Second transnational meeting in Innsbruck – February 2017   Third transnational meeting in Athen – July 2017   Fourth transnational meeting in Varna – November 2017   Info days 2017   Fifth transnational meeting in Budapest – February 2018   Sixth transnational meeting in Istanbul – May 2018   Final conference in Istanbul May 2018   Handwerksmesse […]

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E-Bulletin № 1

E-Bulletin № 1

In September has started the ERASMUS+ project “alternative career opportunities for dropouts – termination means restart”…

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E-Bulletin № 2

E-Bulletin № 2

In the course of the first year of the project, the consortium intensively dealt with the question …

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E-Bulletin № 3

E-Bulletin № 3

In October 2018, the ERASMUS + project “Alternative Career Opportunities for Study Dropouts – Termination means Restart…

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