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Structures universitaires et dynamique territoriale. Une illustration : le Nord-Pas-de-Calais

Abstract : The academy of Lille, with over 160,000 students, is the second biggest in France after Paris ; it is bigger than those of Versailles, Lyon or Toulouse. The six public universities, with their integrated engineer schools and their IUT (vocational higher education colleges), train about two thirds of those students, short-term trainings having more weight in this academy than in any other one. After pointing out the main stages of the constitution of this network of institutions, we shall focus on the following education zones : Valenciennois, Artois and Littoral. We shall also study the contexts in which these institutions were established, the various parties involved as well as the underlying logics and repercussions in terms of educational offer and territoriality. The analysis of the regional educational organization charts will throw light on all these stakes.
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Gilles Ferréol. Structures universitaires et dynamique territoriale. Une illustration : le Nord-Pas-de-Calais. Expressions, 2009, Éducation à la santé, 32, pp.93-119. ⟨hal-02406939⟩



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