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About UPVD

University of Perpignan (UPVD) — public non-profit institution. It is located in Perpignan, France. UPVD is one of the oldest institutions in the country. UPVD is a part of European University Association (EUA).

UPVD conducts scientific activity in several areas. More information can be found on the official site.

Location
Perpignan, France
Establishment year
1350
Students
14,999
Acceptance rate
80%
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UPVD tuition fees

As in many other universities in the country, the academic calendar at UPVD is divided into two semesters. But for convenience, tuition fees are calculated per year. French programs at UPVD start from 1,000 USD per year. Before admission, you should pass a language exam at least at a B2 level. English programs are about twice as expensive. The cost of education and the availability of scholarships can be checked on the official website.

When choosing an educational institution, it is necessary to take into account additional costs: accommodation, transportation, educational materials, meals and personal expenses.

Academic calendar
Semesters
Bachelor
Local1,084USD/year
Foreign1,000USD/year
Master
Local1,084USD/year
Foreign1,000USD/year

UPVD campus

At UPVD, learning takes place away from the city in the countryside. This allows students to be less distracted by the noise and temptations of the big city. If you enjoy spending time outdoors, you will love studying here. The university has a library, in the collection of which you will find not only textbooks and scientific works, but also works of the classics, modern literature and much more. Not only locals study at UPVD, but also students from other countries. The variety of cultures represented broadens the horizons of students and fills student life with all sorts of activities, the purpose of which is cultural exchange.

Campus Type
Rural
Library
Yes
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