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Difficult�s financi�res et pers�v�rance aux �tudes postsecondaires : un �tat de la question

  • �lis� Wendlassida Miningou

    (D�partement d'�conomique, GREDI, Universit� de Sherbrooke, Canada)

  • Val�rie Vierstraete


    (D�partement d'�conomique, GREDI, Universit� de Sherbrooke, Canada)

  • �ric Yergeau

    (D�partement d�Orientation Professionnelle, Universit� de Sherbrooke, Canada)

Les difficult�s financi�res peuvent constituer un obstacle important pour les �tudes postsecondaires. Des chercheurs de disciplines diff�rentes ont tent� de comprendre la relation existante entre les difficult�s financi�res et la pers�v�rance aux �tudes postsecondaires. Dans le pr�sent papier, nous pr�sentons un �tat de la question sur les difficult�s financi�res et la pers�v�rance aux �tudes postsecondaires, principalement au Canada et aux �tats-Unis. Notre �tude a permis de conclure que trois principaux �l�ments li�s � la situation financi�re des �tudiants affectent leur pers�v�rance aux �tudes. Il s�agit des imperfections de l�aide financi�re aux �tudes, du travail pendant les �tudes et du revenu des parents. Ces facteurs financiers qui influencent la pers�v�rance aux �tudes peuvent �galement affecter la r�ussite dans les �tudes postsecondaires.

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Paper provided by Departement d'Economique de la Faculte d'administration à l'Universite de Sherbrooke in its series Cahiers de recherche with number 11-16.

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Length: 32 pages
Date of creation: Sep 2011
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Handle: RePEc:shr:wpaper:11-16
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