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The book “Perspectives crosses student experiences: the Living conditions 2016 survey“, published by the National Observatory of Student Life (OVE), under the direction of Jean-François Giret, Feres Belghith and Elise Tenret, has been published .

This book highlights the diversity of these student experiences, both academic and extracurricular, perhaps because of an increasing porosity between study conditions and living conditions. The various analyzes presented in this book highlight the need to convert the diversity of experiences into elements of individual and collective success. As many results suggest, the role of student, local, national and even international policies including study conditions, mobility but also access to health, recreation, transportation or housing is crucial.

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The book "Perspectives crosses student experiences: the Living conditions 2016 survey", published by the National Observatory of Student Life (OVE), under the direction of Jean-François Giret, Feres Belghith and Elise Tenret, has been published .

This book highlights the diversity of these student experiences, both academic and extracurricular, perhaps because of an increasing porosity between study conditions and living conditions. The various analyzes presented in this book highlight the need to convert the diversity of experiences into elements of individual and collective success. As many results suggest, the role of student, local, national and even international policies including study conditions, mobility but also access to health, recreation, transportation or housing is crucial.

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