The University of Montpellier provides multidisciplinary educational programs and courses, from medicine, biology, chemistry, agro-environment and engineering sciences to political science, business, law and economics.
UM works closely with the job market stakeholders, and provides guidance to students to help them build their customized university and professional project.
Studying at UM give you the opportunity to prepare for tomorrow’s careers in a world where fields of knowledge application are constantly evolving.
How to enroll at UM?
Coming to study in France is embarking upon an exciting adventure. However, it requires some anticipation and formalities must be completed beforehand.
University of Montpellier offers programs and courses leading to Bachelor’s, Master’s, Engineering and Doctorate degrees. Built on the European credit system, all degrees are obtained by earning European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) credits over a varying number of semesters.
University of Montpellier federates 15 faculties and schools and one observatory which are organized into two main complementary domains: Law / Economics / Management and Sciences / Technology / Health
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