In France, the number of higher education graduates in the 25-34 age group is good (49.4% compared to an average of 45.6% for all OECD countries). However, if we look at the geographical distribution of this graduation rate, we can see that there are still territorial inequalities with regard to access to higher education: the more rural the region, the more the number of graduates decreases. Indeed, there are many difficulties in finding a stable doctrine, the current one oscillating between a guaranteed local offer throughout the territory on the one hand, and accepting the existence of territorial inequalities in the offer of higher education on the other. The social background of students remains the main cause of inequalities in access to higher education. The report published today by Public Finance Court highlights the complex and persistent relationship between higher education and geographical origin.