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Nomination opening for the Spring semester 2022-23

  • The nomination period for the Spring semester of the academic year 2022-23 is now open.
    Nominate your students by filling in the online nomination form on this page.
  • Since the beginning of the crisis in Ukraine, the University of Angers has been working to help displaced researchers and students. Nearly 150 Ukrainian and non-Ukrainian students have contacted the University to ask to continue their studies, which were abruptly interrupted last February. The University services and faculties are all mobilised to support these students and researchers.
  • Denis Mukwege, Nobel Peace Prize winner, former student of the Faculty of Health of the University of Angers, who trained as a gynaecologist at the University Hospital of Angers, was in Angers on 9 and 10 May for the Europe Day celebrations. During these two days, he took part in two conferences, a film debate and the opening of an exhibition of previously unpublished photographs.

UA celebrates Denis Mukwege

  • Denis Mukwege, Nobel Peace Prize winner, former student at the University of Angers' Faculty of Health, who trained as a gynaecologist at the Angers University Hospital, will be visiting Angers on May 9 and 10 for Europe Day. On the programme for these two days: two conferences, a film debate and the opening of an exhibition of previously unpublished photographs taken by the photographer Christophe Smets in Kiwu...
  • To help international students and researchers affected by the armed conflict in Ukraine, UA has assembled a list of basic formalities for Ukrainian refugees.
  • You are a post-doc researcher, and you would like to expand your experience with a stay in a French research group? You are ready for a new challenge and an international career? You would like to broaden your network and mature as an independent researcher? Then the Marie Sklodowska Curie Action (MSCA) post-doctoral fellowship from the Horizon Europe programme is made for you!
  • The 2022 edition of the Gender Equality Month at UA on the theme of intersectionality offers a rich programme of discussions and dialogue between the general public, scientists and artists.
  • On Thursday 23 November, the University of Angers welcomed its institutional, academic and research partners as well as its alumni at the Angers Convention Centre to celebrate its 50th anniversary and to illustrate the progress made. 750 people attended the event.
  • Richard Palmer is a teaching assistant at the School of Tourism (ESTHUA) for the second year running. He has kindly agreed to answer our questions on his academic background, his current job, his view of Angers, and Christmas traditions in his country of origin, Jamaica.

Erasmus Days 2021

  • To mark UA's 50th anniversary, the International Office will celebrate the Erasmus Days for the first time and send an international breeze through the campuses. Students can take part in mobility information meetings, mini-workshops and talk with other students who have returned from exchange programmes as well as internationals at UA. Teacher-researchers can also discover how to prepare an Erasmus+ project. Discover the programme here!
  • UA invites all new international students to the international student fair: La Nocturne.
    During this evening (open to all students and staff) our partners will answer all your questions and offer you services related to student life.
    You will also be able to take part in various activities and win prizes.
    See you on September 9, from 5 to 8 pm, at La Passerelle!
  • The French Language Centre for Foreigners (CeLFE) was established in 2007 at the University of Angers and became part of the International Office in 2013. It welcomes international students and researchers who wish to learn French, improve their French language skills, or validate their level with a diploma.
  • For the second year in a row, the University of Angers appears in the prestigious ranking of the best universities in the world. Like the previous awards, this confirms the international visibility of research in Angers.
  • In order to develop an effective treatment for glioblastoma (brain cancer), the young company Gliocure values research developed at the AU.  SATT Ouest Valorisation is standing by his side.
  • Denis Mukwege, a former student of the AU Faculty of Medicine, who graduated in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 1989, has just been awarded the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize. The University of Angers is very happy about this news and would like to congratulate him!
  • L’Institut de recherche en horticulture et semences (IRHS) ont obtenu un génome du rosier de très haute qualité, ouvrant de nouvelles perspectives en matière de création de variétés. Les résultats viennent d'être publiés dans la revue Nature Plants.
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