NI SIES 16.09 - Le parcours dans le système universitaire français des étudiants étrangers en mobilité internationale
Le parcours dans le système universitaire français des étudiants étrangers en mobilité internationale
La France est l’une des cinq principales destinations des étudiants étrangers en mobilité internationale. Plus de 80 % d’entre eux s’y inscrivent à l’université ou dans un établissement assimilé. Grâce au développement des programmes d’échanges internationaux, le nombre d’étudiants étrangers inscrits dans une université française a doublé en 15 ans mais il est stable depuis 2008.
In 2014-15, 1,531,300 students were enrolled in French universities, compared to 1,499,600 in 2013-14, an increse of 2.1%, slightly less than the previous year (+2.5%).
In particular, there were more students on Bachelor's degree programmes (+2.2%) and Master's programmes (+2.3%), but the number of PhD students was lower (-1.7%).
There was a dynamic increase in enrolments of new baccalauréat holders at university (+2.9%), although this increase was partly due to parallel enrolments in classes preparing for admission to Grandes Ecoles (CPGE).
There was a very dynamic increase in enrolments on Scientific courses and Humanities and Social Sciences courses.
The number of new technological baccalauréat holders increased significantly in University technology institutes (IUT) (+7.0%). The proportion of foreign students at university fell slightly to 14.3%, as did the number of foreign students not holding a French baccalauréat (11.0%). The proportion of foreign students on PhD programmes remained stable, at 41.5%.
In 2014-2015, the number of students enrolled at university was 1,518,100, a rise of 1.2% in one year. Numbers were up in the Bachelor's degree programme (+1.2%) and the Master's degree programme (+1.6%), but down in the PhD programme (-2.4%).
In 2013-2014, there were 1,505,600 students enrolled in French universities (including universities in overseas departments and the University of Lorraine).
There were 1,468,300 students in 2012-2013.
Numbers had increased by 2.5%.
More specifically, student numbers were up in the Bachelor's degree programme (+2.5%) and the Master's degree programme (+3.0%), but down in the PhD programme (-1.2%).
The number of new baccalauréat holders enrolling at university was very buoyant (+4.5%).
Student numbers in healthcare subjects rose significantly (+7.6%).
There were more general baccalauréat holders in the general subject fields (+7.0%), the number of new technological baccalauréat holders increased significantly in University technology institutes (¦Institut universitaire de technologie - ¦IUT) (+13.5%) and those with a vocational baccalauréat were slightly less likely to enrol in the university.
The number of foreign students at university rose by 0.9%: they now represent 14.5% of all students. In the PhD programmes their numbers remained stable (41.4%).
In 2012-2013, there were 1,468,300 students enrolled in French universities (including universities in overseas departments and the University of Lorraine). There were 1,456,100 students in 2011-2012. The number rose by 0.8%.
The number of new baccalauréat holders enrolling in universities increased in the general subject programmes (+2.3%).
More students were enrolling in Physical education and sports science and techniques (Sciences et techniques des activités physiques et sportives - STAPS) and in Economics. In healthcare courses, the number of new baccalauréat holders rose sharply (+7.4%).
There were fewer doctoral students at the start of the academic year 2012 than in 2011, while the number of students on Master's courses rose by 1.5%.
In Technological university institutes (¦Institut universitaire de technologie - ¦IUT), numbers fell back slightly. The number of foreign students at university fell 1.8%: they represented 14.8% of the student population in general and their numbers remained stable in PhD programmes (41.4%).
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