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
Preparing for the Stay
The international student may apply for a room in a university hall of residence on their application file. Once the application is accepted, the student must finalise the preparations for their trip: visa, transport, scholarship, etc.
As far as the visa is concerned, any foreigner wishing to study at the UNC must complete the necessary entry and stay procedures. All information regarding visa requirements is detailed on the Maison de la Nouvelle-Calédonie website.
Travel and Study Insurance
The social security system in New Caledonia has no specific international agreement for the care of international students. The student must therefore take out health insurance including repatriation and civil liability prior to departure.
Tontouta International Airport is an hour’s drive from Nouméa. The UNC is introducing a free shuttle service for all international students. They must notify the UNC of the day and time of arrival prior to departure.
Teaching takes place on the Nouville Campus for the University of New Caledonia.
Multi-Service Student Card
The international student receives their student card at the time of final registration which allows them access to all the services and discounts offered on campus: internet access, university restaurant, library, etc.
Office For Research, Outreach And Doctoral Studies Support (DARRED)
(+687) 290 480 email@example.com