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L'incidence des frais de scolarite sur l'acces a l'universite : resultats de la vaste dereglementation des frais de scolarite des programmes professionnels

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  • Frenette, Marc

Les etudes anterieures portant sur l'incidence de l'augmentation des frais de scolarite sur les inscriptions a l'universite des etudiants selon leurs antecedents socioeconomiques ont mis l'accent sur l'evolution des frais des programmes de premier cycle au cours des annees 90. Durant cette periode, nous n'avons pas observe de changements dans les tendances en matiere d'inscription, peut-etre parce que les hausses de frais de scolarite ont ete modestes (en valeur absolue) et progressives. La presente etude porte sur l'incidence de la dereglementation soudaine et tres vaste des frais de scolarite dans les programmes professionnels de l'Ontario vers la fin des annees 90. Les resultats donnent a penser que l'ecart sur le plan des inscriptions entre les etudiants des milieux favorises et ceux des milieux defavorises s'est elargi sensiblement en Ontario, ou la dereglementation des programmes professionnels a ete plus marquee. Dans des provinces comme le Quebec et la Colombie-Britannique, ou les frais de scolarite sont demeures stables, aucun changement n'a ete constate en ce qui concerne l'ecart sur le plan des inscriptions.

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Paper provided by Statistics Canada, Direction des etudes analytiques in its series Direction des etudes analytiques : documents de recherche with number 2005263f.

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Date of creation: 27 Sep 2005
Handle: RePEc:stc:stcp3f:2005263f
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