Academic programs

Licence STAPS - Education and motor skills

Licence degree in Sciences, Technologies and Health, majoring in Science and Techniques of Physical and Sports Activities (STAPS)
Type of course: Education and motor skills

Goals

To make each student a specialist in the management of physical and sports activities, both a designer and a leader in the field of teaching and training.

At the same time, it aims to provide them with a theoretical and practical culture that will enable them to have an enlightened vision of the contemporary sports phenomenon.

Specificities





International

Possibility of doing semesters abroad via ERASMUS, CREPUQ.


Erasmus training area

16.1 Physical education and sports

ERASMUS field (if applicable)

Education physique et sportive

Internships

In the 2nd and 3rd years, internships are organized during which students acquire real professional experience, particularly in the teaching sector (primary and secondary).

Partnerships

Research centers partnerships

Scientific partnerships

Research contributions of the Laboratory of Physiology of Cardiovascular Adaptations to Exercise (JE2426)

The STAPS Department is co-accredited for the Professional and Research Masters in "Human Movement Science and Technology" with the Universities of Montpellier, Marseille, Toulon and Nice, with courses in Physical Preparation Engineering, Psychological Preparation and Coaching Engineering, Rehabilitation through Adapted Physical Activities, Prevention and Health Education through Physical Activity, Management of Sports Tourism Services and Human Movement Science (Research).

Institution partnerships

Institutional partnerships

University of Provence (IUFM)


Publics

Prerequisites for enrolment : Bac


Required former training

For Licence 1: Baccalaureate or French or foreign diploma accepted in exemption or equivalence of the baccalaureate in application of national regulations.

Recommended educational background(s)

For Licence 1: Bac S, ES and L, with Bac S holders having a better success rate.

The public report of the Parcoursup wish examination commission is available here in PDF format.

 

Admission conditions

For Licence 2, access by right for the holders of the L1 STAPS obtained at Avignon University. For the students coming from another university, access is possible after examination of the files by a commission in charge of appreciating the evoked reasons of the transfer.

For Licence 3, access by right for the holders of the L2 STAPS obtained at Avignon University. For students coming from another university, access is possible after examination of the files by a commission in charge of appreciating the evoked reasons of the transfer.

Access is possible after a favourable opinion from the commission of validation of the experience gained in L1, L2 or L3 STAPS.

Register

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: 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.

Conditions of validation

The control of knowledge is either continuous or final.
In the case of continuous testing, the final grade is usually composed of averages weighting the results of files, oral exams and/or mid-term exams.

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

Targeted skill(s)

The STAPS degree at Avignon University is a multi-faceted course and requires scientific as well as literary skills.

Thus, it is advisable to be curious and serious. But you must also be a sportsman. In all sports professions, legitimacy and competence are based on an honourable sporting experience. Although it is not necessary to be a top-level sportsman, it is essential to have a genuine interest in sport in general, and a very regular practice of at least one activity.

Career Opportunities

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Sector(s) of activity

Sports
Education - Training
Research

Functions and professions

PE teacher in secondary or higher education; sports trainer; physical or psychological trainer; supervision of PE in primary schools; leadership, organisation, promotion of physical and sports activities (youth and sports services, local authorities, voluntary sector, private sector); school teacher; other openings through the pursuit of a Master's degree (adapted physical activities, sports management, etc.).

Further studies

Master STAPS

Professional and research Masters in "Sciences and Technology of the Human Movement" in co-habilitation with the Universities of Avignon, Montpellier, Marseille, Toulon and Nice, with courses in Engineering of Physical Preparation, Engineering of Psychological Preparation and Coaching, Rehabilitation through Adapted Physical Activities, Prevention and Health Education through Physical Activity, Management of Sports Tourism Services and Science of the Human Movement (Research).

Masters STAPS Human Movement Sciences

PhD

Preparation of competitive exams at the IUFM

Information

Teaching Campus
Hannah Arendt

Geographic location
Hannah Arendt Campus, Sainte Marthe site

Address
74 rue Louis Pasteur
84000 AVIGNON

Director of studies

Pascale Miailhe

Head of Department: Guillaume Walther

Registrar office contact details

Phone
+33 (0)4 90 16 29 00

School contacts
Geneviève Calvo
+33 (0)4 90 16 25 17
genevieve.calvo@univ-avignon.fr

Date of update June 24, 2021