What do you do after graduation
District of Nienburg
Student survey provides information about career planning. © Landkreis Nienburg & # x2F; Weser Advertisement in original size 103 KB - 1501 x 687 Of the approx. 1620 pupils at the 19 Sec. I and Sec. II schools in the district, 1159 pupils were able to be reached and took part in the survey. Here, the education office of the district was once again dependent on the support and cooperation of the school administrators and teachers on site. Not least thanks to their help, the following results could be determined. At 21.3%, dual training is still the most popular route into the world of work. 25.3% of the pupils switch to the vocational schools (BBS) after school. Of these, 12.8% use the wide range of offers at the vocational school. Depending on the requirements, basic vocational training is provided and there is the possibility of improving the existing school leaving certificate. The pupils can also begin school training to become a nursing assistant or social assistant. The vocational high school is also in demand and is chosen by 7.2% of the pupils to do their Abitur here. A further 3.6% go to the technical college and 1.7% will attend the vocational preparation year or the entry-level class.
Since the beginning of the survey, the value for attending secondary school has risen continuously. While the value was 6.4% in 2013, it has already reached 10.2% in 2016. Here 23% of the students with an extended secondary school degree chose the option of taking the Abitur at the grammar school or at the vocational grammar school of the BBS. For high school graduates, the focus is still on studying. Overall, 35.7% would like to start studying at a university or a technical college. 8.1% of these graduates begin a dual course of study. This is where training and studies are combined. At the end of the dual study program, you usually have completed vocational training and a degree (Bachelor). Dual training is also in demand among high school graduates. Of them, 18.7% will begin dual training.
High school graduates are mainly interested in volunteering, e.g. BFD, FSJ or FÖJ. 17.6% stated that they would take up voluntary service for one year, e.g. to do a voluntary social year. In many cases, this experience also helps to consolidate a career aspiration or to reorientate yourself.
The annual survey is also to be carried out in the future in order to show developments in the transition from school to working life. The individual evaluations have already been made available to the participating schools. An overall evaluation can now be called up on the website of the education office at www.lk-nienburg.de/bildungsbuero.
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