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“Mr. President, at 19, I feel like I’m dead”

Tuesday January 12, late morning. Heïdi Soupault has just taken his European Union law exam, remotely, behind his computer screen in his student room. Here it is already necessary to dive back into the revisions of comparative politics, always through the screen. The student, in her second year at Sciences-Po Strasbourg, feels ” truly bad […]

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Higher education, a profitable investment?

At the time of choice, vertigo. Thousands of training courses are available to final year students, invited from Wednesday January 20 to register on Parcoursup. The time to choose studies, the time for questions also for these young people and their families, with a host of parameters to weigh the more and the less of […]

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“College” in distance, “prep” in face-to-face, are inequalities widening?

Thursday, October 29, while France moved back into confinement, Jean-Michel Blanquer announced that high schools remained open. That day, nothing had been said about the preparatory classes and the BTS. It was Gabriel Attal, the government spokesperson, who had specified on social networks the maintenance of face-to-face courses for these students. Preparatory classes with the […]