English title: Religion and Higher Education Achievement in Europe

Author(s): Gaele Goastellec -

Language: English

Type: Report, working paper

Year: 2013


Although religion has historically been a structuring dimension of higher education systems in Europe, very little research interrogates the contemporary link between religion and higher education. But why should that be done? Building from the European Social Survey data, we show that it helps understanding the roles played by higher education in a given society. Furthermore, it grasps religious belongings as a potential indicator of inequalities, along with ethnic and socio-economic background. It thus underlines the cognitive dimension of inequalities, and calls for a broader taking into account of individual belongings in their analysis.

Edition: 0

Institution: The Boston College Center for International Higher Education, Boston

Number of pages: 4

Number: 71

Series: International Higher Education

By continuing to visit our site, you accept the use of cookies. We use cookies for website functionality
and analyzing site usage through anonymized Google Analytics tracking. [Read more]