In Germany, it is customary for parents to support their children until the end of their studies if financially possible.
For example, so-called “child allowance“ or Kindergeld in German, is often used to directly support children who are studying. Parents receive this child allowance for their children still pursuing their education and under 25 years old. In this way, a small part of their studies is already financed. Refugee families also have the opportunity to receive child allowance if they have the appropriate residence status.
Other models of partial financing by the family are of course conceivable and individually different.