Are you cut out for STAPS studies?

Since the start of the 2018/19 academic year, university entry procedures for new baccalaureate holders have changed. There is no longer a lottery to enter STAPS, but a review of applicants' files. Before considering your application, you need to realize that the most important thing is not to get into the UFR STAPS, but to come out with a diploma. Too many students fail in their studies because they don't understand the true nature of STAPS training.

Below, you'll find a document to help you understand the true nature of these studies, a questionnaire to help you find out if you're "Stapso-compatible", and a link to the University of Montpellier's OSIPE (Observatoire de l'Insertion Professionnelle). Based on the results of very precise surveys, the OSIPE provides information on the jobs held by graduates, with what status, what level of income, in what sector of activity and in what region.