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Université d'Angers

The School of Angers

The University of Angers harks back to a very long history of universities in the city. By 1080, the “Studium” or the School of Angers was already a renowned scholarly institution. It received the title “university” in 1356, and in 1364, Charles V granted the university its autonomy and privileges. The fi rst statutes were drawn up in 1373. By 1450, the university had colleges in Law, Theology, Arts and Medicine, which attracted students from the whole of France. Sharing the fate of other universities, it was abolished during the French Revolution. Angers remained an important focus of intellectual and academic activity, and higher education persisted, with free, public courses in Medicine as early as 1796, and with the creation of the School of Medicine of Angers in 1807.

The University Today

The University of Angers today has grown to  include three campuses in Angers (Belle-Beille,  St Serge, and Santé), and branches in the nearby  towns of Cholet and Saumur. Of its enrolment of  roughly 20,000, 11% are international students.

8 Faculties, Schools and Institutes:

The University of Angers has  8 colleges: 

  • the Faculty of Law, Economics and Business Studies 
  • the Faculty of Languages, Humanities and Social Sciences 
  • the Faculty of Science 
  • the School of Medicine 
  • the School of Pharmacy 
  • ITBS (School of Tourism and Hospitality Management) 
  • ISTIA (School for Chartered Engineers  in Sciences and Technology) 
  • IUT (Institute of Technology: professionally- oriented courses and degrees)

7 central university services

  • University Library on the three campuses
  • CUFCo (Continuing education and French as a Second Language) 
  • SAIC (industry and business links)
  • SUAPS (sports) 
  • SUIO-IP (career orientation and job placement centre) 
  • SUMPPS (university health service) 
  • STIC (innovative educational technologies)

The University is committed to seeking continual improvement in teaching methods,  and new technologies play a key role. We offer  our students a variety of on-line services and we have just introduced a new portal offering personalised access for every member of the university community.

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City of Angers

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The capital of the historic province of Anjou is considered one of the most beautiful cities in France with its old streets, museums, gardens, gastronomic restaurants, art festivals.

Foremost among its many notable structures is the magnificent spiraled Cathedral of Saint Maurice (12th-13th century) and the massive Castle of Angers (early 13th century), with its moat and soaring towers.

 

 

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Today the castle of Angers houses a tapestry museum that includes the famous 140 meters long Apocalypse series. The town has seen passing through it some of the greatest figures in the history of France: the Plantagenêts, king René, the writer Françcois Rabelais, the poet Joachim de Bellay, as well as the composer Clément Janequin and the surgeon Ambroise Paré.

 

 

652 ang3Strategically located in the Val de Loire, recently recognised by UNESCO as a world heritage for humanity, the site of the most beautiful castles, near the Paris region and the western part of France, Angers is also at the heart of a knowledge-intensive region, offering a wide range of education centers and successful research institutes, and attracting many successful IT enterprises. The high-speed train (TGV) can easily reach Paris in only 1 1/2 hours.

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