Enrolling at the University of La Rochelle
The procedure for enrolling at the University of La Rochelle varies depending on your aims and your personal situation, and whether you are here on an international exchange programme.
You are coming to the University of La Rochelle as part of an international exchange
You would like to enrol but are NOT coming to the University of La Rochelle as part of an international exchange
The procedure to be followed will depend on whether you live in a country which has aCampus France office with on-line enrolment available.
You live in a country with a Campus France office with on-line enrolment available
- to enrol in the 1st or 2nd year of a Licence degree the procedure begins in the December which precedes the start of the academic year ;
- For enrolment in all courses the procedure begins in February.
You live in a country that does not have a Campus France office
- to enrol in a DUT (http://www.iut-larochelle.com/) ;
- to enrol in the 1st or 2nd year of a Licence degree: you must follow the procedure known as “admission préalable (preliminary admission)” (called “dossier blanc”) and to do this you should contact the French Embassy of the country where you live in the December which precedes the start of the academic year;
- to enrol in the 3rd year of a Licence, Professional Licence, and 1st or 2nd year of a Master’s degree: you must complete an application form to have your studies recognized in France or an enrolment application form. These forms can be downloaded from this web site from the February preceding the start of the academic year;
- to enrol for study for a Doctorate: contact directly the doctoral studies service of the University of La Rochelle;
- to enrol for a diploma in French as a Foreign Language : contact directly the CUFLE;
- for any other enquiries: contact directly the Registrar’s Office (SEVE- Service des Études et de la Vie Étudiante).
How to understand the course codes (Catalogue des formations)
Check http://formations.univ-larochelle.fr/ (Catalogue des formations)
For example in the code ANGL 113605 :
- ANGL means it’s an English language class.
- 113 means its in Applied Languages (LEA). These first three numbers indicate the field of studies, or the specialisation.
Other examples are :
- 111 - Geography
- 112 - History
- 114 - Lettres
The next number, the 6 of ANGL 113605 indicates the semester in which the course it taught. In this case 6 means the course is run in the 6th semester, or the second semester of the third year.The final two numbers, in this case the 05 of ANGL 113605 indicate the course number itself. Thus ANGL 113605 is the 5th course in a group of English courses taught in the 6th semester of LEA.
In the code “EC libre”, “EC” means “élément constitutif” which means one optional course among others. Students should note that they can only choose to study one EC libre. That’s because EC libre subjects are proposed by individual teachers and they are all taught at the same time, which presently is on a Tuesday evening.
Service des Études et de la Vie Étudiante (SEVE)
- Tél : 05 46 45 83 46
- Fax : 05 46 44 93 76
Horaires d’ouverture du service (hors période d’inscription) :
- Le lundi : 13h30 - 17h
- Du mardi au Jeudi : 8h30 - 12h15 et de 13h30 - 17h
- Le vendredi : 8h30 - 12h15 et de 13h30 - 16h
Attention : inscriptions tous les jours d’ouverture uniquement jusqu’à 16h
Service des Relations Internationales
Tél. : (+33)(0)5 46 45 87 47
Ouvert du lundi au vendredi
de 9h à 12h et de 13h30 à 16h00
(sauf le mercredi après-midi)