The number of students who completed the course fell by 19.7% and among those who interrupted it rose by 7.1%.
From year to year, higher education institutions have seen an increase in the number of students with special educational needs (SEN). However, in the midst of the pandemic, the number of these students who dropped out of their courses increased and the number of graduates dropped. In what could be a sign of the importance of face-to-face teaching.
The data are part of the survey carried out by the Directorate-General for Education and Science Statistics to 100 Higher Education establishments and 287 organic units, both public and private. And they tell us, first, that, in this school year, the number of students enrolled with SEN increased by 7.1%, to 2779, against increases of 10.5% and 16.8% in the two previous school years.