Founded 1409 as University of Provence. Re-organized into 3 institutions in 1968. Acquired present status 2012 following merger of Université de Provence, Université Paul Cézanne and Université de la Méditerranée.
- Arts, Literature, Languages and Human Sciences AreaFields of study: Ancient Civilizations, Anthropology, Arts and Humanities, Behavioural Sciences, Cinema and Television, Cognitive Sciences, Cultural Studies, Education, English, Geography, German, Jewish Studies, Linguistics, Literature, Modern Languages, Mountain Studies, Music Education, Oriental Languages, Psychology, Regional Planning, Romance Languages, Slavic Languages, Social Sciences, Teacher Training, Theatre
- Science and Technology AreaFields of study: Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineering, Applied Mathematics, Astronomy and Space Science, Atomic and Molecular Physics, Bioengineering, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Earth Sciences, Ecology, Energy Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Hydraulic Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Information Technology, Marine Biology, Marine Science and Oceanography, Materials Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, Microbiology, Microelectronics, Multimedia, Neurosciences, Oenology, Physical Chemistry, Physics, Software Engineering, Sound Engineering (Acoustics), Sports, Technology, Thermal Engineering, Water Science
- Academic year: September to June
- Requirements: Secondary school certificate (baccalauréat) or equivalent, or special entrance examination.
- Students allowance: Co-ed