Academic programs

Licence in Mathematics - Mathematics and Interactions

General information

Prerequisites for enrolment
Admission conditions
Length of studies
6 semesters
Campus Jean-Henri Fabre
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Cost and financial aid
Initial training  
Continuous training (employees, jobseekers, self-employed)
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Licence's degree in Science, Technology and Health, major: Mathematics
Type of course: Mathematics and Interactions

Licence's degree in mathematics with progressive specialization


The Mathematics degree allows students to acquire a solid foundation in mathematics as well as knowledge in computer science, physics and teaching through a choice of options.


The three years of training are structured to allow students to gradually build their project. The new accreditation coming into force at the start of the 2018-2019 academic year is structured as follows.

In the first year, students choose between two portals: Mathematics - Computer Science or Mathematics - Physics. Each of these portals focuses mainly on two disciplines. They are constituted in such a way as to allow an orientation at the end of the first semester, or even at the end of the first year, towards either of the two disciplines.

In the second year, the proportion of mathematics in the curriculum increases, but computer science and physics are also offered.

In the third year, students have the choice between two educational paths. The General Mathematics and Applications pathway is geared towards pursuing a Master's degree in mathematics and applications or an engineering school. The Mathematics - Secondary Education course is designed for students preparing for the CAPES in mathematics.

Each semester, students take English classes and an opening unit. In addition, they receive training to obtain the skills of the C2i (computer and internet certification). Practical work, a project and a compulsory internship encourage the participation and autonomy of students.


Students have the possibility of going abroad and acquiring credits that will be validated in their original course. They have a list of foreign universities with which Erasmus or bilateral exchange and cooperation agreements have been established.

ERASMUS field (if applicable)



Research centers partnerships

Avignon Mathematics Laboratory


Prerequisites for enrolment : Bac

Required former training

In the first year:

  • baccalaureate (scientific very strongly recommended),
  • foreign diploma exempted from or equivalent to the baccalaureate according to national regulations.
In the second year:
  • students who have validated a first year of a mathematics degree,
  • students who have validated a first year of CPGE in MPSI, PCSI,
  • other students on application file.
In the third year:
  • students who have validated a second year of a mathematics degree,
  • students who have validated a second year of CPGE in MP, PC, PSI
  • other students on application file.
Public report of the Parcoursup wish examination commission available here in PDF format.


At the University of Avignon and Pays de Vaucluse, the pre-registration and registration procedures are done online on the website, see the "Registration" section.
Please note that some courses are only accessible after one or more pre-selection and/or selection stages. Therefore, before registering, you must meet all the conditions for admission.

Year of highschool graduation
Bac + 3
Level of education obtained after completion
Niveau III

Targeted skill(s)

  • To manipulate common mathematical techniques
  • To develop and write mathematical reasoning
  • To use a programming language
  • To model and solve a problem numerically
  • To carry out a search for information
  • To carry out a study
  • To communicate
  • To work in a team
  • To integrate into the professional environment


Career Opportunities

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Examples of accessible jobs: study/research engineer, mathematics teacher, school teacher, jobs in banking, insurance, finance, management, researcher...


Further studies

  • Masters in fundamental or applied mathematics, MEEF Masters in primary and secondary education, engineering schools, actuarial schools, biostatistics Masters, business schools...
  • Agrégation, PhD


Director of studies

Person in charge of the course: Sophie Guillaume

Head of L1: Thierry Barbot
Head of L2: Sophie Guillaume
Head of L3: Mounir Torki

Registrar office contact details

Emmanuelle Arnoux
+33 (0)4 90 14 44 03

Date of update July 2, 2021