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University of Perpignan Via Domita

Master's Programmes

About

History

The University of Perpignan Via Domitia or Université de Perpignan Via Domitia is located in Perpignan, France. King Peter IV of Aragon established the University in 1349. Via Domita was an ancient road which connected Spain and Italy. The university also connects the people of all pver the world. It Perpignan was closed down in 1794.

Education

In addition to the academic courses that it offers, the UPVD is also involved in renewable energies: it runs a Master’s degree in solar energy, with support from the DERBI competitivity cluster and has a "Renewable energies" department at the Montpellier Polytech engineering school.

Research

We are not just an establishment of prestige: the University of Perpignan has adopted the pragmatic approach of a centre for higher education and research that is focused first and foremost on helping its students gain a foothold on the job market. As they move about the campus, students will brush shoulders with company leaders, all professionals, experts and specialists from a wide range of socio-economic sectors.

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University Ranking

Best Global Universities Rankings by U.S. News & World Report
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Student Life

Campus life

The UPVD has developed expertise in a number of key areas at its various satellite campuses: sport in Font Romeu, tourism in Mende, urban planning law in Narbonne and Marketing techniques in Carcassonne. And finally, the high quality of life that this southern city offers – sandwiched between the Pyrenees and the Mediterranean, only one hour from Barcelona – should be emphasised.

Student Reviews

If you ever have the possibility to go abroad -go!
Vivien Haerzer rated 5 out of 5 stars

Zwickau was the best time I've ever had, I made so many new Friends and experiences. I became the strong and confident Person that I am today and my stay in France just strengthened my independance.

Anonymous rated 3 out of 5 stars

This university is in a cheap city but has a lot to offer for students. Classes are both interesting and usefull.

Anonymous rated 4 out of 5 stars

This is a local university, is it small but have a good teaching team which allow you to have a good communication with them.

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