15 avril 2017

24 the first five years' career experience of young people leaving higher education in 2010

Ministère de l'Éducation nationale, de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la RechercheLike the previous editions, the 9th edition of Higher Education and Research in France, Facts and Figures presents an annual overview, backed up by figures, of developments within the French system, its resources and outcomes.

24 the first five years' career experience of young people leaving higher education in 2010
9% of young people who left higher education in 2010 were unemployed in 2015, down by 4 points compared to 2013. But the background of the crisis has marked this Generation 2010, whose integration conditions are less favourable than those experienced by their predecessors in Generation 2004. At the same time, their working conditions have not improved much. More...

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Higher Education and Research, Facts and Figures - 23 occupational integration of university graduates (Master's, DUT, LP)

Ministère de l'Éducation nationale, de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la RechercheLike the previous editions, the 9th edition of Higher Education and Research in France, Facts and Figures presents an annual overview, backed up by figures, of developments within the French system, its resources and outcomes.

23 occupational integration of university graduates (Master's, DUT, LP)
Around 9 out of 10 students who graduated with Master's degrees, vocational Bachelor's degrees (LP) and University technology diplomas (DUT) in 2012 were in employment in December 2014, some 30 months after leaving university. After 18 months, the integration process was already well advanced. Over 85% of LMD Master's graduates were in employment. However, the employment conditions differ according to the subject studied. More...

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Higher Education and Research, Facts and Figures - 22 level of education according to social background

Ministère de l'Éducation nationale, de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la RechercheLike the previous editions, the 9th edition of Higher Education and Research in France, Facts and Figures presents an annual overview, backed up by figures, of developments within the French system, its resources and outcomes.

22 level of education according to social background
Children whose parents work as managers or in the intermediate professions are more likely to succeed in their studies. They are proportionally more likely to obtain a Baccalaureate, enrol in higher education and achieve higher education qualifications. However, inequalities have been reduced by the fact that access to higher education has improved most significantly for those from the most disadvantaged social backgrounds, although they still remain marked
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21 level of education among the general population and among young people

Ministère de l'Éducation nationale, de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la RechercheLike the previous editions, the 9th edition of Higher Education and Research in France, Facts and Figures presents an annual overview, backed up by figures, of developments within the French system, its resources and outcomes.

21 level of education among the general population and among young people
In France, young people are more likely to have higher education qualifications than older people, and also more likely than young people living in other OECD countries. In the early 2010s, 44% of young people leaving initial education were awarded higher education qualifications.
Several indicators can be used to measure the proportion of young people who have been awarded a higher education qualification, compare it to the total population, compare with other countries and analyse recent developments
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18 student trajectories and pass rates in university Bachelor's degrees, vocational Bachelor's degrees and Master's degrees

Ministère de l'Éducation nationale, de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la RechercheLike the previous editions, the 9th edition of Higher Education and Research in France, Facts and Figures presents an annual overview, backed up by figures, of developments within the French system, its resources and outcomes.

18 student trajectories and pass rates in university Bachelor's degrees, vocational Bachelor's degrees and Master's degrees
At university, 28% of students obtain their Bachelor's degree 3 years after enrolling in the first year and 40% after 3 or 4 years. These rates have changed little in recent years. Nearly three-quarters of Bachelor's degree graduates enrol on a Master's the following year. Pass rates for Master's degrees have significantly increased since 2007; around 54% of students now obtain their degree in two years and 65% in two or three years. More...

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17 trajectories and pass rates in higher technical sections (STS), University technology institutes (IUT) and CPGE

Ministère de l'Éducation nationale, de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la RechercheLike the previous editions, the 9th edition of Higher Education and Research in France, Facts and Figures presents an annual overview, backed up by figures, of developments within the French system, its resources and outcomes.

17 trajectories and pass rates in higher technical sections (STS), University technology institutes (IUT) and classes preparing for admission to Grandes Ecoles (CPGE)
At the beginning of the sixth year after obtaining their Baccalaureat, 74% of students who enrolled in higher technical sections (STS) in 2008 and 92% of those who enrolled in university institutes of technology (IUT) had obtained a higher education degree. A quarter of students from the STS study track and around two-thirds from IUTs even had a Bac +3 or Bac +5 level qualification. Three-quarters of Baccalaureat holders enrolled in classes preparing for admission to Grandes Écoles were still studying, half of them in the final year of a Bac +5 level qualification. More...

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Higher Education and Research, Facts and Figures - 16 student life: students' financial and economic situation

Ministère de l'Éducation nationale, de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la RechercheLike the previous editions, the 9th edition of Higher Education and Research in France, Facts and Figures presents an annual overview, backed up by figures, of developments within the French system, its resources and outcomes.

16 student life: students' financial and economic situation
Carrying out paid work significantly increases students' resources. Those in paid work during the academic year have the highest financial resources, with an average monthly budget of €750 compared to €533 for those not in work (table 16.01). With regard to accommodation, the financial resources of students not living at home are nearly two times greater than those of students living at home (€750 for the first and €376 for the second). This difference can be explained by the fact that students not living at home have to pay rent (€426 per month on average) and, in order to do this, are slightly more likely to undertake paid work and receive more family assistance than students living at home. Finally, the amount of resources also varies according to whether the students receive a grant or not, with a differential of €100 more for non-grant funded students, who get a large share of their resources from employment income (€640 on average compared to €315 for grant-funded students). More...

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Higher Education and Research, Facts and Figures - 15 student life: integration and sociability

Ministère de l'Éducation nationale, de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la RechercheLike the previous editions, the 9th edition of Higher Education and Research in France, Facts and Figures presents an annual overview, backed up by figures, of developments within the French system, its resources and outcomes.

15 student life: integration and sociability
Although a majority of students in 2013 said they were happy with their integration in their peer group, one-third of students did not feel integrated in the institution. This experience of integration is not only down to participation in social, cultural or association activities in the institutions, but the social and academic characteristics of the students themselves. More...

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Higher Education and Research, Facts and Figures - 14 foreign students in higher education

Ministère de l'Éducation nationale, de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la RechercheLike the previous editions, the 9th edition of Higher Education and Research in France, Facts and Figures presents an annual overview, backed up by figures, of developments within the French system, its resources and outcomes.

14 foreign students in higher education
After a period of stability in the 1990s, the number of foreign students in French higher education increased by 70% between 2000 and 2014, from 175,000 to 298,900. The average annual growth rate, which was very high between 2000 and 2005 (8.8%) has since slowed down. It was still higher than that of French students (1.6% compared to 1.1%) between 2006 and 2014. More...

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Higher Education and Research, Facts and Figures - 13 apprenticeships in higher education

Ministère de l'Éducation nationale, de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la RechercheLike the previous editions, the 9th edition of Higher Education and Research in France, Facts and Figures presents an annual overview, backed up by figures, of developments within the French system, its resources and outcomes.

13 apprenticeships in higher education
In 2013-2014, 138,000 of the 424,300 apprentices were following a higher education course (i.e. 32.5%). Growth was less marked this year (2% compared to 10.2% the previous year). Regardless of the course followed, apprentices are mainly recruited through schools and are mostly male. More...

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