France – Guadeloupe

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University of the Antilles and Guyana - Guadeloupe (UAG)

BP 250 Campus de Fouillole

Pointe-à-Pitre 97157, Cedex

Tel: +590-48-90-00

Fax: +590-91-06-57


President: Corinne Mence-Caster


Exact Sciences and Natural Sciences (Based in Guadeloupe and Martinique) (Biological and Life Sciences; Chemistry; Engineering; Geology; Mathematics and Computer Science; Physics); Law and Economics (based in Martinique and Guadeloupe) (Economics; Law); Literature and Human Sciences (Based in Martinique) (Arts and Humanities; Education; History; Information Sciences); Medical Sciences (Medicine); Sports (Physical Education; Sports; Sports Management)


Law (IEJ, based in Martinique) (Law); Public Administration (IPAG) (Administration; Public Administration); Teacher Training (ESPE - based in Guadeloupe, French Guyana and Martinique) (Teacher Trainers Education; Teacher Training); Technology (IUT de Kourou, some departments are based in Guadeloupe and Martinique) (Biotechnology; Business Administration; Business Computing; Electrical Engineering; Management; Technology; Transport Management)

Research Division

Mathematics Education (Mathematics Education)

Further information: The University of the French Antilles and Guyana has campuses in Martinique, Guadeloupe and French Guyana along with Research Units

History: Founded 1970 as Centre Universitaire, incorporating previously existing University centres in Guadeloupe and Martinique. Became University 1982. Attached to the Académie de Bordeaux. Financially supported by the Ministry of Education.

Admission requirements: Secondary school certificate (baccalauréat) or foreign equivalent or special entrance examination

Main language(s) of instruction: French

Accrediting agency: Ministry of Education

Degrees and diplomas: Capacité en Droit (Law), Diplôme universitaire de Technologie, Licence (Economics; Educational Sciences; Engineering; Health Sciences; Mathematics; Modern Languages; Physical Education; Social Sciences; Sports), Licence professionnelle, Diplôme d’Ingénieur (Engineering), Master (Biological and Life Sciences; Ecology; Economics; Education; Educational Sciences; Geography; History; Information Sciences; Law; Materials Engineering; Mathematics and Computer Science; Modern Languages; Natural Sciences; Political Sciences; Teacher Training), Doctorat (Agronomy; Applied Mathematics; Astronomy and Space Science; Biological and Life Sciences; Chemistry; Civil Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Physics; Public Health; Sports; Technology). Also prepares for Teaching Certificate

Periodicals: Bulletin de liaison des chercheurs

Last Update: 08-04-2015

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