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Resuming studies / Continuing education

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Your administrative procedures


I'm enrolling at Avignon University: stages.

Please note: administrative registration is completely paperless (registration and uploading of required documents online). You will need to collect your student card (or sticker if you are re-registering) from the Registrar's Office once your registration has been processed and approved by the Registrar's Office.
For any technical difficulties, please contact us here.

Educational registration and examinations

Once you have been registered administratively for the year with the Registrar's Office, you will need to register each semester via your Digital Work Environment.

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

About the exams, you should remember that :

  • Access to the examination room 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 minutes after the beginning of the test,
  • when the test lasts more than one hour, candidates present at the opening of the test papers are not allowed to leave the examination room before the end of the first hour once the papers 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 test 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. Note in this respect that plagiarism is considered as fraud.
Be careful also with your use of web resources, including via your smartphone: copying and pasting texts from the Internet does not generally go unnoticed, and your teachers are helped in detecting these sources by specific software provided by the ICTE Mission. Whether it is a question of files or exams, having recourse to the web without quoting your sources constitutes fraud and exposes you to the sanctions provided for in the exam regulations.

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