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Languedoc-Roussillon Universities (COMUE-LR)

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[icon type= »caret-right »] The 26 COMUE in France (Communauté d’universités et établissements – Community of Universities and Establishments) mainly intend to coordinate training offers and research strategies of public higher education establishments on a given territory.

[icon type= »caret-right »] The Languedoc-Roussillon COMUE enables to gather higher education and research establishments of the region (universities, faculties, large establishments, schools, institutes, general hospitals…). It is essentially a way of promoting competency in terms of research and training in the international scientific competition. Gathering linked establishments stimulates coordination of actions and mutuality of means in many shared projects.

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[icon type= »user »] Presidency: Emmanuel Roux 
[icon type= »arrow-circle-right »] ‘COMUE-LR’ Website
 
[icon type= »envelope »] ‘COMUE-LR’ General contact 
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University of Montpellier (UM)

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[icon type= »caret-right »] A university is an establishment which federates within it production (research), conservation (publications and libraries) and transmission (higher education) of differents fields of knowledge. Universities are divided into academic departments, schools or faculties (or UFR for Unités de Formation et de Recherche – Units of Training and Research).

[icon type= »caret-right »] University of Montpellier unites 17 components (9 Faculties, 6 Institutes and 2 Schools) and 72 research structures organized in 9 scientific departments. The University offers the chance to acquire multiple skills and it has an internationally known expertise in a large range of scientific fields such as biology-health, agro-environment, chemistry, sciences and technologies of information and communication… Armed with 40.000 students, it is today the 6th French university.

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[icon type= »user »] Presidency: Phillipe Augé 
[icon type= »arrow-circle-right »] ‘UM’ Website
 
[icon type= »envelope »] ‘UM’ General contact
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Faculty of Sciences (FdS)

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[icon type= »caret-right »] A faculty is one of the constituent structures of a university in charge of teaching and research in an homogenous disciplinary field. It can be divided into departments, sections, divisions, centers, services, colleges, units, etc.

[icon type= »caret-right »] The Sciences UFR is a component of Montpellier University. The Sciences Faculty of Montpellier develops its activity around 12 teaching departments by offering a complete higher education training for students in the Sciences field and by contributing to research activity. 

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[icon type= »user »] Head: Gilles Halbout 
[icon type= »arrow-circle-right »] ‘FdS’ Website
  
[icon type= »envelope »] ‘FdS’ General contact 
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Biology-Living Mechanism Department(Bio-L V)

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[icon type= »caret-right »] A training department is one of the structures that form the Research and Training Units (Unités de formation et de recherche (UFR)), dedicated to teaching more than research.

[icon type= »caret-right »] The Bio-LM department (Biology-Living Mechanism) trains students in all the Biology fields, from biochemistry and molecular biology to physiology and integrative biology, at Bachelor level and Master level.

[icon type= »angle-double-right »] The Master courses of the Department are related to two Doctoral Schools: « Biology-Health (CBS2) » and « Integrated systems in Biology, Agronomics, Geosciences, Hydrosciences, Environment (SIBAGHE) »
[icon type= »angle-double-right »] The courses lean on research centers particularly strong at Montpellier in the Health, Agrosciences and Environment fields (and interactions with the Chemistry and Mathematics-Computer Sciences centers). The courses are  carried out in relation with the numerous research laboratories of these centers.

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[icon type= »user »] Head: Bruno Touraine
[icon type= »arrow-circle-right »] ‘Bio-MV’ Website  

[icon type= »envelope »] ‘Bio-MV’ Administration contact 
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Campus Mag LR

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[icon type= »caret-right »] The different higher education and research establishments of the Languedoc-Roussillon gathered to offer a TV program presenting life on campus, scientific and cultural news, achievements and future projects.

[icon type= »caret-right »] Campus Mag-LR is intended for all the community of higher education and research establishments of Languedoc-Roussillon (students, PhD candidates, university lecturer & researcher and administration staff), general public, partners and authorities.

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[icon type= »youtube-play »] ‘CampusMag-LR’ YouTube Channel
[icon type= »arrow-circle-right »] ‘CampusMag-LR’ Website  

[icon type= »envelope »] ‘CampusMag-LR’ General contact
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Multiservice Student Card (Izly)

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[icon type= »caret-right »] Process: Once registered and admitted to University of Montpellier every student receives the Multiservice Student Card. At every reregistration, presenting the card is mandatory for updating data and  getting the new registration certificate, after giving the mandatory proofs of entitlement.

[icon type= »caret-right »] AimIt allows identification (administration, exam, student benefits in some places, etc…), access to the library documentation (borrowing, etc…) and payments for daily little expenses within the campus (university refectory, cafétéria, distributor, etc.).

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[icon type= »arrow-circle-right »] More information on the ‘Crous-Montpellier’ website[/x_text]


Digital Work Space (DWS) (Espace Numérique de Travail (ENT))

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[icon type= »caret-right »] Process: Once registered and admitted to University of Montpellier, you can access the DWS. To activate your IT account and DWS, you must use the temporary username and password written on the document given with your Multiservice Student Card. Once the account is activated, you can get connected to the DWS and immediately use all the services.

[icon type= »caret-right »] Aim: Messaging service: information related to the university and your courses will be sent to this mailbox (you must regularly look at it) such as online lectures and documents, timetable, student folder and exam results, announcements and information,  online University reregistration, help requests…

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Interuniversity Libraries (Bibliothèque Inter Universitaire (BIU))

[x_text][icon type= »caret-right »] Presentation: Montpellier BIU (Bibliothèque Interuniversitaire – Interuniversity Library) is composed of 14 University Libraries (Bibliothèques universitaires (BU)) and associated libraries (research unit libraries), that concern all the community and subjects of the University.[/x_text] [x_text]

 

[icon type= »arrow-circle-right »] ‘BIU-Montpellier’ Website
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[icon type= »caret-right »] Services

[icon type= »angle-double-right »] Documentation:
[icon type= »angle-right »] Access to a large range of resources (see catalogue). One of the most useful resources for Biology-Health students is the ‘Science Direct’ platform that enables to access to a very large number of academic publications published by most of the scientific journals. Other journals are also accessible (see the journal list).

[icon type= »angle-right »] Most of the online resources are accessible out of the campus with a mandatory identification when connecting through 2 main access (with the DWS username and password): DWS (ENT), ‘Documentation’ tab or BIU website, ‘s’identifier’ tab.

[icon type= »angle-double-right »] Printing and photocopy:
[icon type= »angle-right »] Most of the University libraries have printers allowing document printing and photocopy. It is a paying and opened-to-everybody service (0.06 € per copy).
[icon type= »angle-right »] 2 means of payment: ‘Multiservice Student Card’ (to be recharged at the library distributor) or ‘Carte SEDECO’ (one-year rechargeable and payable with credit card or cash at the library distributor).

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[icon type= »caret-right »] List of the main University Libraries:

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[icon type= »arrow-circle-right »] More information on the website ‘BIU-Montpellier’

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    University Library of Sciences

    • September to june: Monday– Friday (8AM – 7PM) / November to May: Monday– Friday (8AM – 9PM (limited service from 7PM to 9PM)) / July: Monday– Friday (8AM – 4PM)
    • Address using Google Maps
    • Tram line 1 (stop ‘Université des Sciences et des Lettres’)
    • 840 seats, 9 group work rooms
    • Wifi, electric plugs, 8 computers (internet access and office applications)
    • 2 printers
    • Facebook Page
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    Richter University Library (Law, Economy, Management)

    • October to May: Monday– Friday(8AM – 7PM) / Saturday (9AM – 5PM
    • Address using Google Maps
    • Tram lines 1, 3, 4 (stop ‘Rives du Lez’)
    • 1200 seats, 9 group work rooms, 38 carrels
    • Wifi, electric plugs, 70 computers (internet access and office applications)
    • 4 printers
    • Facebook Page
  • UPM Library University (Unité Pédagogique Médicale)

    • Monday – Thursday (8:30AM – 11PM) / Friday (8:30AM – 7PM)
    • Address using Google Maps
    • Tram line 1 (stop ‘Occitanie’)
    • 300 seats, 2 group work rooms, 17 carrels, 1 training room
    • Wifi, electric plugs, 11 computers (internet access and office applications)
    • 2 printers
    • Facebook Page
  • Medicine University Library – City Center

  • Pharmacy University Library

    • Monday – Thursday (9AM – 10PM) / Friday (9AM – 6PM)
    • Address using Google Maps
    • Tram line 1 (stop ‘Boutonnet’)
    • 380 seats
    • Wifi, electric plugs, 16 computers (internet access and office applications)
    • 1 printer
    • Facebook Page
  • Faculty of Sciences

    • Address using Google Maps
    • Tram line 1 (stop ‘Hôpitaux et Facultés’)
    • Visitor parking and parking in the streets around the campus (often full after 9:30 AM)
    • Map
  • Botany institute

    • Address using Google Maps
    • Tram line 1 (stop ‘Albert 1er’)
    • Pay and display parking (‘Rue Auguste Broussonet’ and ‘Boulevard Henri IV’)
  • CNRS (regional delegation symposium space)

    • Address using Google Maps
    • Tram line 1 (stop ‘St. Eloi’) then Bus No.22 (stop ‘CNRS’)
    • Small visitor parking
    • Map
    • Espace colloque (building D) with 1 amphitheater, 1 symposium space and 1 exhibition hall
  • Genopolys

    • Address using Google Maps
    • Tram line 1 (stop ‘Occitanie’)
    • Paid parking ‘Occitanie’ in front of the building
    • Map
    • Located in the campus ‘Arnaud de Villeneuve’ (next to the IGF and the IGH). If the doorway has not been unlocked, you must enter via the parking and present yourself at the lodge so that your contact comes to pick you up.
  • Faculty of Medicine

    • Address using Google Maps
    • Tram lines 1 and 4 (stop ‘Place Albert 1er’)
    • Pay and display parking (‘Rue Auguste Broussonet’ and ‘Boulevard Henri IV’)
  • Biology Institute

    • Address using Google Maps
    • Tram line 1 (stop ‘Albert 1er’)
    • Pay and display (‘Rue Auguste Broussonet’ and ‘Boulevard Henri IV’)
  • UPM (Unité Pédagogique Médicale)

    • Address using Google Maps
    • Tram line 1 (stop ‘Occitanie’)
    • Parking (often full in the late morning)
    • Underground prefabricated amphitheater behind the upright building
  • Faculty of Pharmacy

    • Address using Google Maps
    • Tram line 1 (stop ‘Boutonnet’) or Bus ‘La Ronde’ (stop ‘La Domitienne’)
    • Parking
    • Map
    • The rooms used in Biology-Health are mainly the prefabricated ones
  • Campus St-Priest

  • Masters Administration

  • Internship Administration (Master)

    • Contact Conventions and P-stage and taxes
    • Monday – Friday (9:30 – 11:30AM and 1:30-4PM)
    • Campus Triolet (Address using Google Maps)
    • Building 6 , on the first floor (street level) (Map)
    • Tram line 1 (stop ‘Hôpitaux et Facultés’)
    • Visitor parking and parking in the streets around the campus (often full after 9:30 AM)
  • International relations (Master)

  • DRED (Direction de la Recherche et des Etudes Doctorales)

    • Contact DRED
    • Monday – Friday
    • Campus Triolet (Address using Google Maps)
    • Building 7 (Map)
    • Tram line 1 (stop ‘Hôpitaux et Facultés’)
    • Visitor parking and parking in the streets around the campus (often full after 9:30 AM)
  • Bio-MV Department

  • Biology-Health Master

  • Secretarial office: Biology Bachelor and Neurosciences Master

    • Secretarial contact: Régine Pirone
    • Campus Triolet (Address using Google Maps)
    • Building 25, on the side  ‘route de mende ‘ (Plan)
    • Tram line 1 (stop ‘Hôpitaux et Facultés’)
    • Visitor parking and parking in the streets around the campus (often full after 9:30 AM)
  • Doctoral School CBS2

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