Bachelor, master and doctorate degrees in a wide range of fieldsUCP is a cultural, scientific and vocational establishment whose faculties include major disciplines such as:
Research and Development
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You are a future international student of the University of Cergy-Pontoise, use the university’s housing platform on which you will be able to:
Health Insurance is compulsory in France. This gives access to medical care, hospitalization and doctors. Insurance coverage is divided into two parts:
The University of Cergy-Pontoise is ideally located at 40-minute drive North West from Paris, and at 30 km from Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle international airport. The university is accessible by train, bus and highways.The University campus:
The Sports & Physical Activities Department offers:
Cergy-Pontoise university is home to around 30 student associations. Joining an association can be a way to meet other students and share special moments. Many associations organize parties, sports events, conferences, shows, etc.
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It was a great experience to study in France, to improve my french and to find new friends.
First, some language teachers make you feel unconfortable in their class, which is quite disappointing for that kind of disciplines. The location is quite good, next to the station and shops but for students coming by car, the parking lot is way too small. It's always difficult to park your car. Depending on your Degree, the staff you have to deal with can either be really...
I liked the concept of LEA, the fact that you can study 2 languages and also have classes to specialise in another field tied with the languages you chose, such as: tourism, commerce, journalism and translation. But overall the "specialisation" classes were not always adequate and sometimes the teachers were not very good...