Student precariousness, purchasing power crisis, university budgets amputated by the additional cost of energy and the increase in the index point of teacher-researchers... It is under somber auspices that the start of the 2022 academic year begins. Even if the universities and the students are delighted, after two re-entries under Covid marked by distance education, of a return to normal.
According to Fage, the leading student union, the start-up costs (registration, insurance, health, etc.) have increased by 13.02%, or 1,307 euros.
Also on the rise, living expenses now amount to 1,219 euros on average.
The biggest increase concerns consumption (+6%).
Housing remains the main item of expenditure for a student (57%).
To cope with the difficulties, the government took emergency measures this summer: the revaluation of scholarships on social criteria by 4% and housing aid by 3.5%, as well as the extension of the university restaurant ticket…
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