ENIS' research is organized in 5 Working Groups (WGs) covering major thematic areas in ISM and policy recommendations.
Working Group 1
Global ISM Flows and Trends at the Macro-Level
This WG focuses on analyzing the latest global patterns of migration through quantitative data. The aim is to broaden scientific understanding of the dynamics and determinants of ISM.
Working Group 2
Social Inequalities in Access to and during ISM
WG 2 concerns variables of inequality in ISM such as gender, age, socio-economic status, and ethnicity. Mixed methods are used, with the goal to develop strategies for more inclusiveness.
Working Group 3
The Social and Cultural Integration of International Students in their Host Countries
WG 3 uses mixed methods to advance discourse on integration of international students. To improve integration, an evaluation of current practices in higher education institutions is conducted.
Working Group 4
The Impact of ISM on graduates' careers
This WG examines the assumed positive effect of ISM on labor market outcomes. Mixed methods are used to uncover the mechanisms of education-to-work transitions in relation to ISM.