University of Avignon
|Université d'Avignon et des Pays de Vaucluse|
|Motto||Ne pas attendre l'avenir, le faire ensemble.|
74 rue Louis Pasteur, 84 029 Avignon cedex 1,
|Website||Official Site (in French)|
It was founded in 1303 by Pope Boniface VIII, and closed in 1792 during the French Revolution. The University was re-opened as L'Université d'Avignon et des Pays de Vaucluse in 1984 following the 1963 placement of an annex of Faculté des Sciences d'Aix-Marseille in Avignon.
A legate of the pope created in 1227 a theological education in Avignon. Municipal schools of grammar are attested in 1243. An embryo of medical education exists in 12973.
A school of civil law was created in Avignon, probably in 1263. Charles II, king of Naples and count of Provence, placed his students under his protection and decides, in 1298, that the grades will be conferred by his chancellor. But it does not seem that docendi4 ubic juice is attached to these degrees.
A university was created before 1302, when privileges were granted by Charles II, followed by other privileges granted on May 5, 1303.
Organisation and structureEdit
- Information and Communication
- Foreign Languages
- French Literature
- Languages, Literatures and Foreign Civilizations
- Computer Sciences
- Physics, Chemistry
- Life Sciences
- Economic and Social Administration
- Economy, Management
- Public Administration
Training and research unitsEdit
Avignon University is divided into five components:
On the Hannah Arendt Campus:
The U.F.R.-ip Humanities and Social Sciences, which consists of the departments of Geography, History and Information and Communication Sciences.
The U.F.R.-ip Arts, Letters and Languages, which consists of the Departments of Applied Foreign Languages (LEA), Modern Letters and Languages, Literatures and Foreign and Regional Civilizations (LLCER).
U.F.R.-ip Law, Economics, Management, which consists of the departments of Economic and Social Administration (AES) and Law.
On the Jean-Henri Fabre Campus:
the UFR-ip Sciences, Technologies, Health, which is composed of the departments of Computer Science, Physics / Chemistry, Life Sciences and Earth, Mathematics / Mathematics, Polytechnic Preparation, and Science and Technology Activities Sports and Physics (STAPS).
the University Institute of Technology of Avignon (4 departments: Marketing Techniques, Biological Engineering, Packaging and Packaging Engineering and Statistics and Data Processing)
Avignon University has several recognized research laboratories:
Laboratory physiology of fruits and vegetables - EA 4279
Pharm Ecology Cardiovascular Laboratory - EA4278
Mediterranean Institute of Ecology and Paleoecology (IMEP) - UMR CNRS-IRD
Nonlinear Analysis and Geometry Laboratory - EA 2151
Laboratory goods, standards, contracts - EA 3788
Culture and Communication Laboratory - EA 3151
Laboratory of Bioorganic Chemistry and Vector Molecular Systems - EA 932
Avignon History Laboratory (LHISA) - EA 3152
Laboratory of Hydrogeology - EA 2665
Laboratory Cultural Identity, Texts and Theatricality (ICTT) - EA 4277
Avignon Computer Laboratory - EA 931
Laboratory Management and International Trade - Wine Industry (PRATIC)
Pathophysiology of cardiovascular adaptation to exercise - EA 2426
Invertebrate Ecology - UMR 406
Joint Research Unit A408 (UAPV-INRA)
Joint Research Unit ESPACE - UMR 7300 (formerly 6012)
Joint Research Unit Climate soil and environment
3. The official change of the name of the University in 2018 http://univ-avignon.fr/une-nouvelle-identite-l-universite-d-avignon-et-des-pays-de-vaucluse-devient-avignon-universite-11846.kjsp?RH=1396003096371
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