UNÎMES: three departments, outstanding programmes
The University of Nîmes offers 37 degree programmes. The programmes are divided into Law-Economics-Management, Psychology-Literature-Languages-History and Arts and Sciences.
UNÎMES is a modestly sized university with 250 staff members for 4,300 students.
It offers ideal conditions for developing knowledge that’s relevant to the times and with the foresight that will allow you to invent the practices of tomorrow.
UNÎMES offers 11 general bachelor’s degrees, 12 vocational bachelor’s degrees, 9 master’s degrees and 7 Diplômes d’Université (specialised degrees issued by UNÎMES) > view the degrees
The University of Nîmes is a young and rapidly growing institution founded in 2007. Not only has the number of students risen by more than 25% over four years, research at UNÎMES has also been recognised by its line ministry. Today, the University of Nîmes has two recognised research teams :
- CHROME (EA 7352) brings together about forty people developing interdisciplinary research around detecting, assessing and managing chronic and emergent risks.
- PROJEKT (EA 7447) aims to advance basic research in the field of social innovation through research project design and management by drawing on design projects.
A Doctoral School (ED583), on the theme of Risks and Society, is also co-accredited by the University of Nîmes and IMT Alès. So, students from Gard can enrol on a PhD, in the broader field of natural, technological and environmental risks and their implications for health (health risks), supervised by UNÎMES’s research professors. There are a large number of disciplinary fields involved, including chemistry, biology, environment, physics, process engineering, chemical engineering, hydrology, law, business and economics, psychology, geography, applied optics, information technology…
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The Nîmes Metropolitan area is part of the Association des Villes Universitaires de France, the association of French university towns