RÉMINIAC Catherine

  • Director of the International Affairs Office and manager of the Socrates programme
  • Phone: 33 (0)2 23 23 36 71
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COMING TO RENNES AS A NON-EXCHANGE STUDENT

The University of Rennes-1 registered over 3400 international students (580 exchange students and 2820 as non-exchange students) for study programmes or research projects in 2012-2013. All the courses offered at the university are open to foreign students on condition that they have the required minimum French proficiency.

For forther information on TCF, please consult the official website here.

For students who do not possess this language pre-requisite, they can either follow a preparatory course which will give them access to a Master’s course taught in French the following year, or alternatively, they may choose to study one of the courses taught exclusively in English.  

In this section, students will find all the information on the offer of courses, the application process, as well as all the practical information for on and off-campus living. 

 

Useful tips

Although a faculty international coordinator is at hand to advise and inform individual students, it is their entire responsibility to ensure that all the necessary formalities are accomplished before coming over to study. An unwavering determination and a well thought-through career plan are the key to success.  

  • Think thoroughly about your study and career plan: gather all the information you can about the choice of degree programmes, the French language proficiency required and the other course pre-requisites
  • Start preparing your stay well in advance (a year ahead is the recommended norm)
  • Contact the faculty’s international coordinator for about the application and enrolment process
  • Ensure that all administrative formalities are looked-after before your departure

 

Useful contacts

The Rennes International Mobility Centre (IMC)

The Rennes International Mobility Centre (IMC) groups ten higher education institutions in Rennes as well as the Rennes Metropolitan district council. Its main role is to provide information, support and assistance to incoming students, researchers and professors.

For further information: see the UEB international student guide

Rennes's International Mobility Centre
Université européenne de Bretagne (UEB)
5 boulevd Laënnec
35000 Rennes FRANCE
centre-mobilite-rennes@ueb.eu
http://www.mobilite-rennes.ueb.eu/

 

The University of Rennes 2: Summer classes

The University of Rennes 2 offers summer courses in French language and culture for foreign students and professors from the 27th of June until the 15th of July 2011.

Université de Rennes 2 – Haute Bretagne
Service des Relations Internationales–COURS D’ETE
Place du Recteur Henri Le Moal
CS 24307 – 35043 Rennes cedex FRANCE
Tel.: +33(0)2.99.14.10.91
Fax: +33(0)2.99.14.10.95
ceri@univ-rennes2.fr
http://www.univ-rennes2.fr/service-relations-internationales/ceri
 

Campusfrance offices

CampusFrance operates 117 offices and 24 branches in 89 pays. The main goal of CampusFrance's offices abroad, called "Espaces," is to coordinate services for international students interested in studying in France, from the initial gathering of information right up to the point of preliminary enrolment.

http://www.campusfrance.org/en
To locate your nearest campusfrance office, see here