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  1. Mar 2021
    1. SCIENCESDELANATURE(200.B0)La première année, prévoir environ 620 $ pour les manuels et 80 $ pour les équipements et une calculatrice; la deuxièmeannée, prévoir environ 480 $ pour les manuels (incluant les cours optionnels) et environ 50 $ pour les équipements (selon les cours optionnels).
    1. 4. Manuels et articles scolaires Le prix des manuels scolaires se situe, selon les programmes d’études, entre 225 $ et 450 $ par session (à titre indicatif). Certains programmes requièrent l’achat de matériel supplémentaire.
    1. The price of textbooks has become an increasing issue for North American students, with the average cost per student over US$900 per year (Hilton, Robinson, Wiley, & Ackerman, 2014).
    1. Total student direct costs and main sources of direct costs for Welsh-domiciled full-time students, by subject of study

      Mean: 167/97/79/118/118/122/93

    2. 339Table A5.16: Total student direct course costs and main sourcesof direct costsfor Welsh-domiciled students, by year of study£Full-timePart-timeFirst yearOther yearsFinal year or one year courseFirst yearOther yearsFinal year or one year courseBooksMean12710184906870Median1005050504050SE12771076Base (N) unweighted445468423151152215

      Mean: 127/101/84 vs 90/68/70

    3. Total student participation costs and main sources of student participation costs for Welsh-domiciled students, by parental experience of higher education
    4. Total student participation costs and main sources of student participation costs for Welsh-domiciled students, by socio-economic group
    5. Total student participation costs and main sources of student participation costs for Welsh-domiciled students, by ethnic group
    6. 325Table A5.2: Total student participation costs and main sources of student participation costs for Welsh-domiciled students, by age group at the start of the academic year
    7. Table A5.1: Total student participation costs and main sources of student participation costs for Welsh-domiciled students, by gender
    8. 306Table 5.5: Total student direct course costs and main sources for Welsh-domiciled students, by full-time and part-time status
    9. Part-time students spent a lower amount on direct course costs than full-time students (£447 and £519 respectively), although these costs accounted for a larger proportion of part-time students’ spending (14 per cent compared with sixper cent). As with full-time students, their largest items of expenditure were computers (£228) then printing, photocopying and stationery (£104) followed by books (£77) andother equipment (£22;Table 5.5).
    10. Compared with the cost of tuition fees, expenditure on direct course costs made up a smaller proportion of full-time students’ participation costs –they spent on average £519(six per cent of total participation costs) on these items in the 2014/15 academic year. Full-time students spent the most on computers (£258), followed by printing, photocopying and stationery (£107) and books (£105) and least on other equipment (£33)as shown in Table 5.5.
    11. Across all full-time students the average amount spent on direct course costs such as books, computers and equipment was £519 and for part-time students the figure was £447. The majority of full-time students reported having direct course costs, and the average spend for these students was £535 on direct course costs. Across full-timers, those studying creative arts, languages or humanities reported the highest expenditure on direct course costs of £857on average. The majority of part-time students also incurred direct course costs. Those who did incur these costs spent slightly less than full-time students on average, £478. The largest contributor to direct course costsfor both full-time and part-time studentswere computers.