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Separated by coma


  • Throughout this second semester of the 2022-23 academic year, UA has received several delegations from various foreign universities. Some visits to our university were by EU GREEN Alliance partner universities to work on how to create common goals and tangible projects within the Alliance. Other visits were by Foreign universities who have or wish to establish cooperation agreements with UA to enhance student mobility. Discover the reasons and objectives for each visit in this short article.
  • Lucie, a third-year law degree student at UA, went to Granada, Spain for an Erasmus exchange. Read about her experience.

Printemps des francophonies

  • The term "Francophonie" refers to populations who share French as a common language. The number of French speakers worldwide is estimated at over 321 million. Join UA's celebration of French-speaking communities from March 20 to April 14! Programme: workshops, lectures, and exhibitions.
  • Since 2020, the Comon (cognition, motricity, digital) project aims to slow the progression of Huntington's disease through physical and cognitive exercises, and to evaluate the effects of the programme on the well-being and quality of life of patients. Linked to the Sam network of the Comue, it involves students and teacher/researchers from the Universities of Angers and Le Mans.

Nomination opening for the Fall semester 2023-24

  • The nomination period for the Fall semester of the academic year 2023-24 is now open.
    Nominate your students by filling in the online nomination form on this page.
  • Florian Bernard, lecturer at the Faculty of Health and Cyril Royer, audio-visual technician at the University of Angers, co-founded the start-up Akivi in December 2022. This smartphone application is revolutionising the way medical and paramedical staff learn anatomy with its innovative and personalised teaching content.

UA celebrates Gender Equality

  • The 2023 edition of the Gender Equality Month at UA on the theme of ecofeminismy offers a rich programme of discussions and dialogue between the general public, scientists and artists.
  • Seren Davis is an American student from Decatur, just outside of Atlanta in Georgia. She has recently arrived at UA as an ISEP exchange student and will be taking several courses at the Faculty of Languages, Humanities and Social Sciences. She has kindly agreed to answer our questions on her studies, hobbies, career plans and first impressions about Angers.
  • Each year, UA offers its international students the opportunity to experience Christmas with a local family from our staff. Let's have a look at the 2022 edition.
  • UA has once again shown boldness and innovation this year, both in terms of campus life and research and sustainable development. Relive some of the highlights through this brief summary of events.

Giving Week

  • The University of Angers will once again join the global #GivingTuesday movement by hosting a Giving Week this year from 28 November to 4 December!
  • Pause, the Emergency Support Programme for Scientists in Exile, enables Ukrainian researchers Iryna Goncharova and Nataliya Plyuta to continue their research at the University of Angers. Meet the researchers.
  • Developed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Eiffel scholarships enable higher education institutions to attract the best foreign students into master's and doctorate-level courses. We met with Rima Al Aridi, who is pursuing her thesis at the Angers Systems Engineering Research Laboratory (Laris), Laboratoire angevin de recherche en ingénierie des systèmes.
  • Wesley Watkins is a teaching assistant in English at the Institute of Technology (IUT). He comes from Manchester, the second largest city in the UK. He has kindly agreed to answer our questions on his background, current job, Angers, and Christmas traditions in his family.

15 days to raise awareness about disability issues

  • Quinzaine du handicap : 15 days to raise awareness about disability issues.

    Many of the University's services (disability support service, disability liaison, the University Sports Centre, the Careers Service, and the University Medicine student association), with the support of external partners, are preparing a comprehensive programme of events in 2022, designed to encourage the university community to discuss, learn about and reflect on the issue of disability in their daily lives.
  • 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.