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INDALE / Survey on post-school educational opportunities in rural areas

In the context of the project InDaLE, which is concerned with securing the provision of public services in rural areas, this survey was created to ask residents of rural areas about their experiences and impressions of available educational opportunities.

Dear participants in this online survey, 
this survey is conducted within the framework of a German research project by the University of Oldenburg in the WG Applied Geography and Environmental Planning.

The research project InDaLE- Innovative approaches to services of general interest in rural areas-Learning from the experiences of other European countries for Germany is funded by the Federal Agency for Agriculture and Food and focuses on three areas of services of general interest.
Further information on the project can be found at

One important area of provision of general interest in rural areas is after-school education. After-school educational opportunities are becoming a location factor in rural areas and form the basis for later employment. In the course of digitalization, requirements in the profession are changing with increasing speed and offers of lifelong learning, for professional and individual further education, are of central importance.
Through this survey, we would like to gain an overview of the situation of post-school education in rural areas in Germany, Scotland and Sweden. 
All information provided by you will be evaluated anonymously and cannot be traced back to the participants.
We would like to thank you very much for your willingness to take these ten minutes of your time in order to generate further insights into the provision of rural areas. 

For questions, comments and further information, please feel free to contact

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