To follow the university courses, you must be registered with the Schooling and Studies Service. This administrative formality allows you to obtain all the useful documents concerning your status as a student (student card, school certificates, certificates, etc.).

Before your administrative registration, you will also need to know the admission (for certain courses) and registration procedures.

Please note: the 2020-2021 administrative registration is completely paperless (registration and uploading of the required documents online). The student card will be sent once the registration has been processed and validated by the studies and schooling service.
For any technical difficulties, you can contact the studies and schooling service here.

Pre-registration and administrative registration

Pre-registration and registration procedures are done by Internet, from the Avignon University website. You will fill in the necessary forms, obtain all the useful information as well as the list of documents to provide.

Do not confuse registration and admission

Some courses, especially in master, are only accessible after one or more stages of pre-selection and selection.

Therefore, before registering, you must meet all the conditions for admission. All the information concerning these admission procedures is indicated on the descriptive sheets of the courses concerned, which can be consulted at their respective secretariats, at the House of Orientation and Integration, or on the Courses pages.

Educational registration and exams

Once you have been registered administratively for the year with the Student Services, you will have to register each semester from your Digital Working Environment.

The purpose of this registration is to validate the list of Teaching Units you will have to follow for the semester and, at the same time, to allow your registration for the concerned exams.

About the exams, you must remember that:

  • access to the examination rooms is forbidden to any candidate who arrives after the opening of the envelopes containing the subjects, even if a student may be authorised exceptionally to enter the examination room, in order to compose, at the latest 30 min after the beginning of the test,
  • when the test lasts more than one hour, candidates present at the opening of the envelopes are not allowed to leave the examination room before the end of the first hour once the subjects have been distributed, even if they hand in a blank paper,
  • at the end of the first hour, students who wish to leave the room temporarily will only be allowed to do so one by one and accompanied by one of the supervisors,
  • any fraud or attempted fraud committed during a continuous assessment or an examination may be subject to a disciplinary sanction, which may include a permanent ban on registering for and taking any examination leading to a qualification or diploma issued by a higher education institution. Please note that plagiarism is considered as fraud.
Also be careful with your use of web resources, including via your smartphone: copying and pasting texts from the Internet does not usually go unnoticed, and your teachers are helped in detecting these sources by specific software provided by the TICE (Information and Communications Technology for Education) Mission. Whether it is for files or exams, using the web without citing your sources constitutes fraud and exposes you to the sanctions provided for in the exam regulations.

Date of update June 1, 2021