AMSE hosts a lot of international students for this academic year and nearly 40 different nationalities:
Albanian, Algerian, German, American, Argentine, Azerbaijan, Béninois, British, Bulgarian, Cameroonian, Colombian, Comorian, Chinese, Djiboutian, Egyptian, Guinean, Dutch, French, Indian, Ivorian, Spanish, Lebanese, Moroccan, Nigerian, Italian, Omani, Uzbekistan, Pakistani, Russian, Senegalese, Serbian, Turkish, Ukrainian, Uruguayan, Vietnamese.

Students on the move

AMSE programmes are open to student exchanges.

AMSE strongly encourages student mobility; our students can spend a semester abroad and foreign students can join our Master’s programme for a semester.

Please have a look at the universities with which we have had the highest exchange flows in the past three years: Ca’ Foscari (Venice, Italy), Carlos III (Madrid, Spain), Higher School of Economics (San Petersburg, Russia), Konstanz and Tübingen (Germany), La Sapienza (Roma, Italy).  See also our new partners: Barcelona (Spain), Catolica Lisbon (Portugal), Padova (Italy).

Prospective incoming and outgoing students should contact Francine Jordan.
Prospective incoming and outgoing students from and to the Higher School of Economics (San Petersburg, Russia) should contact Federico Trionfetti.

For incoming students, please have a look at the international student handbook guide for information about studying and living in Aix-Marseille University (box right).

Bilingual teaching

The programme is bilingual and almost all master 2 courses are given in English. Bilingualism aims at:

  • strengthening the internationalization of our students' recruitment,
  • opening the doors of the global job market to our students,
  • meeting employers expectations.

Our bilingual teaching ais a real asset in meeting the challenges of your future professional life.