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The purpose of this paper is to explore, at an empirical level and with a processual view, the relationship between higher education, war, and youths' aspirations in Eastern Congo. Students are a relevant social group and an adequate ethnographic lens to describe moments and processes of self--staging, identity formation and social positionality. Therefore, this article explores how students imagine their life chances and how they aspire to accomplish their yearnings in the future. I arguefatcat:mxggnjqm7bg4bi7fbefojuiowa