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International/Erasmus coordinator : Carole Gueret

You are an international student and would like to come and study computer science at CERI:

> You are currently enrolled in a partner institution of Université d'Avignon and would like to come as an exchange student (through the ERASMUS, CREPUQ, MedAccueil or CapAccueil programmes, or via a bilateral agreement between your home institution and Université d'Avignon): Please read our guide for more information. You will also find more general information on our university's website, in the International students section, as well as in the Exchange students section (information on how to apply, how to find accommodation, French language classes etc.).

> You would like to come and do a degree in computer science at CERI: You will find detailed information on our university's website, in the International students section (information on how to apply, specific services and activities offered to international students, French language classes etc.).
The degree programmes and modules offered at CERI are described in the "Licence, Master, Doctorat" section of this website.

Please note that the medium of instruction at Bachelor's and Master's level is French. The minimum level of French recommended for entry in the Bachelor's or Master's programme is B1 (DELF B1, or TCF level 3, or TEF level 3, or DUEF B1). You will have to provide evidence of your level of French when you apply. Future applicants who need prior study of the French language before they can start studying computer science at CERI can contact the university's French language study centre (CUEFA).

> If you wish to enrol in a PhD programme, you must first contact a member of the CERI research team specializing in a field that is relevant to your research project. Prior mastery of the French language is not compulsory to start a PhD. CERI actively encourages international joint PhDs.


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