One of UNÎMES' vocations is to offer its students multiple skill levels, arming them with a maximum chance of success in their professional careers. This is achieved through training programmes based on professional skills and also student mobility during the courses with company placements and visits. This mobility underlines the University's drive to consolidate its national, European and international influence. In the current context of the reform of European Universities, Nîmes University has taken the opportunity to establish partnerships with universities whose teaching, techniques, and professional career approaches are similar to its own or are geared specifically towards international relations. The challenge taken up by Nîmes University is that of establishing long term, mutually beneficial relationships with high quality universities.


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Being an exchange student means that you enroll in your home university and pay the tuition and health fees to your home university. You will not obtain a degree in Nîmes but in your home university.

Agreements have been drawn up between Unîmes and international establishments.
This is notably the case in Mexico ( and Quebec ( and also certain European universities.

You should contact your university's international office to check if such an agreement exists.

European students

Non European students

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