Inbound Mobility: Coming to Study at UNC
- Research and Innovative Teaching Centre
- Student Centre for Innovation, Transfer and Entrepreneurship (PEPITE NC)
- Equal Opportunity Mandate
- University Foundation
- Generation UNC
- Observatory of Student Life
- Scientific Policy
- Doctoral School
- Research Teams
- New Caledonia
- Electron Microscopy Platform
- International and Partnerships
- Partnerships for Further Education
- Regional and International Cooperation
- Partner Universities
- Inbound Mobility: Coming to Study at UNC
- Outbound Mobility: Going Abroad to Study
- Learning Languages
- Student Life
Language of Study
Courses at the UNC are taught in French. Proficiency in the French language is therefore a determining criterion in the selection of foreigners wishing to study at the University of New Caledonia.
Except for Erasmus exchange students, a certificate of proficiency issued by a French teacher or a French language test is required to be included in the application file.
It is possible to obtain from a French Embassy the contact details for teaching institutions that offer French as a foreign language (FLE) courses: Alliance française, French institutes or cultural centres (TCF, DELF, DALF and TEF).
Generally, foreigners who wish to enroll in a bachelor’s degree at the UNC must certify that they hold the B2 level of French according to the European standards.