Inbound Mobility: Coming to Study at UNC
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Grades and Diplomas
As part of the harmonisation of European higher education courses, the academic programme available at the UNC is organised around three levels/degrees: the bachelor’s degree, the master’s degree and the doctorate.
- The bachelor’s degree is 3 years of study after the baccalauréat (secondary school graduation diploma).
- The master’s degree is 2 years of study after the baccalauréat (secondary school graduation diploma).
- The doctorate is a 3-year course after a master’s degree.
Each year of study consists of two semesters that are allocated 30 credits called ECTS (European Credits Transfer System). Credits are allocated to the student for each semester and are proportional to the learning outcomes and associated student workload. These credits are transferable from one institution to another within European universities and around the world. They facilitate recognition between institutions.
Customised stays and internships