The UFR Sciences offers a wide range of courses, from bachelor's degrees to doctorates, including professional bachelor's degrees and master's degrees with research and/or professional specialties.
These courses enable our students to enter the professional world with a wide variety of jobs, both in terms of their level of qualification, from technician to doctor, and in terms of the fields of application. All scientific fields are taught.
The integration of students is monitored by the Observatory of Student Life of the institution. This follow-up allows for the continuous improvement of the training courses.
Core Curriculum First years
DU (University Diploma)
Distance learning - CTES
Further education and work experience
Excellence & Multidisciplinary training
Understand the teaching methods
Higher or Further Education
There are two different registration statuses, initial training and continuing education, but whatever the student's status, the courses will be identical. If you are continuing your higher education studies directly after your baccalauréat, you are in fact in initial training.
If you are unemployed, employed, receiving RSA, self-employed, returning to school or a student who has completed a sandwich course, you are certainly in continuing education.
To set up your training project, contact the continuing education service of the UFR Sciences.
This training model alternates between theoretical learning at the faculty and practical training in the field. It is a real gateway to the company and to employment.
If you are interested in this system, find out more about the work-study programme.
You wish to register at the Faculty of Sciences by following distance learning courses. Discover the service dedicated to distance learning: the CTES (Centre de Télé Enseignement en Sciences)
You wish to register at the Faculty of Science as an auditor.
The Faculty of Sciences is multidisciplinary and develops its activity around 8 departments hosting different training courses according to the disciplines: biology, chemistry, physics, computer science, mathematics, mechanics, arts and techniques of image and sound, multidisciplinary.