Welcome to the UFR STAPS International Relations Office website!

Our international policy enables many students to spend one or more semesters or internships at foreign universities in Europe and beyond. University exchanges of students and lecturers are one of the University's priorities, and the STAPS International Relations Office pays particular attention to the quality of the reception and follow-up of student exchanges.
Thanks to the many cooperation programs with the STAPS UFR, enjoy an international experience rich in discovery!
The International Relations Office only handles requests from Bachelor's and Master's students.
In view of the health situation, requests for information are mainly made by email or telephone, and face-to-face visits are by appointment only.

Welcome to the International Office website of the UFR STAPS!

The Faculty of STAPS understands the importance of international experiences to your academic, career and personnal development. Through our international policy we offer students numerous possibilities to undertake a study period or an internship in our partner universities overseas. The mobility of students and scholars is one of the University's priorities, and the goal of the International Office is to provide them comprehensive support and advisory services.
With the numerous partnership agreements of the Faculty of STAPS, get the most out of your international experience!
The international office only manages Bachelor and Master's Degree students' requests.
In view of the health context, requests for information are mainly made by email or telephone, and face-to-face visits are only made by appointment.

Welcome address by Mr Julien Lagarde, Head of Pedagogy

STAPS courses deliver scientific and technical skills, focusing on human movement, physical activities and sports. The training is multidisciplinary, combining biological sciences (neurosciences, physiology) and human sciences (psychology, sociology, history, anthropology). As indicated in the course descriptions, courses are taught in the form of lectures, tutorials and practical work. They include scientific foundations for the understanding and analysis of physical activities, but also for their teaching/rehabilitation/training, as well as courses on sports techniques.

From the 2nd year of the bachelor's degree, specializations are offered: Adapted Physical Activities-Health (APAS), Education and Motor Skills (EM), Sports Training (ES) and Sports Management (MS). Each semester includes a core curriculum (TC) to complement the specialized courses. Teaching credits (ECTS) are indicated for the whole of a Teaching Unit (TU), with a coefficient (coef) assigned to each course atTU .

The Bachelor's degree is divided into 6 semesters. The odd-numbered semesters start at the beginning of September and end with exams in December, while the even-numbered semesters start in January and end with exams in May. A second exam session (rattrapage) takes place in June.

In Master 1 and 2, generalized courses and six specialization courses are offered: Prevention and Rehabilitation (APPS RAPA), Prevention, Health Education and Physical Activities (APAS PESAP), Teaching Professions (MEFEPS), Management of Sports and Tourism Products and Services (MTS), Physical Preparation and Reathletization (EOPS STEP), Physical Preparation and Coaching (EOPS Psycoach).

The STAPS courses, in particular the Masters, are supported by four laboratories or research teams studying human movement, its fundamental rehabilitation and understanding, muscle, sociology and psychology in health-related fields.

The following sports are taught at our UFR.STAPS: Athletics, Basketball, Badminton, Dance, Climbing, Football, Gymnastics, Handball, Judo, Bodybuilding, Swimming, Rugby, Tennis, Triathlon, Sailing and Volleyball. Please note, however, that the number of student places in each sports group is limited.