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Università di Corsica Pasquale Paoli
Identification form

Unviversit? di corsica since 1764


Year founded

1765, then re-opened again in 1981.

Année d'adhésion au RETI

2010 - membre fondateur.

University President

Paul-Marie Romani.

RETI Scientific Board representative

Mathieu Graziani, Vice Président in charge of International Relations, Director of the RETI.

General information

Link to the official website

 

The University of Corsica Pasquale Paoli:
Anchored in its territory, open to the workd.

Originally founded in 1765 and then reopened in 1981, the University of Corsica Pasquale Paoli is an institution for training and research resolutely embedded in its territory, directly engaged with core issues at a local, national and international level.

 

Being multidisciplinary, the University of Corsica Pasquale Paoli offers more than 100 different qualifications from baccalaureate to doctorate level issued by 8 faculties, institutes and schools. The ongoing concern of the professional insertion of its 4600 students is based on training with high vocational value, in line with the major and relevant issues linked to its territorial development.

 

Fully engaged on the path of internationalisation, the University of Corsica encourages its students to develop a culture of mobility. Alongside this, it offers a wide range of cultural and sports opportunities. Personal or group initiatives are also encouraged and recognised.

 

The scientific identity of the University of Corsica centres around 8 multidisciplinary mainstay projects approved by the CNRS (National Centre for Scientific Research). Each of these projects combines fundamental and applied research from the perspective of territorial development and leads to genuine achievements with high added value.

Number of enrolled students

4600

of which:

300 are international students representing 60 nationalities

and 315 work-study students

Faculties and departments

Multidisciplinary, the University of Corsica Pasquale Paoli offers more than 100 different qualifications from baccalaureate to doctorate level.

 
4 main areas of study

 

  • Arts, Literature and Languages
  • Law, Economics and Management
  • Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Science, Technology, Health and Sport Science

 

8 faculties, schools and institutes

 

  • Faculty of Law, Social Sciences, Economics and Management
  • Faculty of Literature, Languages, Arts and Human Sciences
  • Faculty of Science and Technology
  • University Institute of Health (IUS)
  • University Institute of Technology (IUT)
  • Paoli Tech Engineering School
  • Higher Education and Teacher Training School (ESPE)
  • University School of Management (IAE)

The University of Corsica also has a doctoral school, training future researchers in the fields of environmental and social issues. (ED n ° 377).

 

Teaching language(s)

French.

Mains research projects linked to insularity
Mobility - Number of international partnerships

 

Contact

Mathieu GRAZIANI - Vice-President in charge of International Relations , Director of the RETI

mgraziani@universita.corsica

Pierre-Antoine TOMASI - Operational Director of the RETI

patomasi@universita.corsica

Page mise à jour le 19/04/2017 par TOMASI PIERRE-ANTOINE