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About ULH

University of Le Havre (ULH) — public non-profit institution. It is located in Le Havre, France. The higher education institution was founded not so long ago — in 1984 — which is why it is considered one of the youngest in the country. ULH is an active member of European University Association (EUA), Global U8 Consortium (GU8).

ULH carries out research in several scientific areas.

Location
Le Havre, France
Establishment year
1984
Students
6,999
Acceptance rate
20%
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ULH tuition fees

As in many other universities in the country, the academic calendar at ULH is divided into two semesters. But for convenience, tuition fees are calculated per year. Students of ULH pay from 1,000 USD per year for French programs (B2 level). English programs are about twice as expensive. Check the university website for up-to-date information on tuition fees and available scholarships.

When choosing an educational institution, it is important to be aware of additional costs: accommodation, transportation, study materials, meals and personal expenses.

Academic calendar
Semesters
Bachelor
Local1,090USD/year
Foreign1,000USD/year
Master
Local1,090USD/year
Foreign1,000USD/year

ULH campus

The campus of ULH is urban. This means that students study closely to the sights and the entire recreational infrastructure of the city. This type of campus gives students more options for internships and part-time jobs. The educational institution has its own library. Here, students do their homework or just have a good time reading an interesting book. Thanks to international exchange programs at ULH, students can communicate with representatives of different countries and nationalities and thus expand their own horizons. And, the university contributes to this by regularly holding joint events for local and foreign students.

Campus Type
Urban
Library
Yes
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What to do after graduation

It is possible to stay in France for an additional 18 months after graduation. To do this, you need to apply for a graduate visa, which allows you to work without providing an offer from an employer. Look for more immigration options in our article.

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