If you're thinking about coming to study at the University of Plymouth from France, this page has all the information you need.
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Undergraduate tuition fees for 2022/23: £14,600
Find out more about postgraduate research tuition fees.
Fees for postgraduate taught courses can be found in the 'Fees, costs and funding' section of the relevant course webpage. Search for your course.
To reward outstanding achievement the University of Plymouth offers scholarship schemes to help towards funding your studies. You could get up to 50% off your tuition fees in your first year.
Applicants will be required to have completed the Diplôme du Baccalauréat Général also known as 'Le Bac' (French Baccalaureate). 12/20 in maths and English usually required regardless of programme.
An associate degree, with good grades, may also be considered suitable for direct entry to year one of a relevant bachelor degree course.
For applicants who do not meet the above requirements, there are foundation options available via the University of Plymouth and University of Plymouth International College (UPIC).
|A level||UCAS tariff||French Baccalaureate comparable overall offer|
We require applicants to have completed the Grade de Licence with the following criteria:
|French degree classification grade out of 20||French degree classification alternative name||UK degree equivalent|
|16 – 20||Mention tres bien||1st|
|14 – 15.99||Mention bien||2:1|
|12 – 13.99||Mention assez bien||2:2|
For more help and advice, get in touch with our agents in France — they'll be happy to help.
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For further information and guidance on applying to study with us, visit our 'International students – how to apply' page.
“My first journey to Plymouth was when I came for an open day. I flew from Bordeaux to London and got a train from London Paddington to Plymouth.
The University of Plymouth had so much to offer in terms of university life and seemed the best place to study Marine Biology and Coastal Ecology, something I couldn’t study back in France. There is so much to do at the University, with all the clubs, societies, and all your course mates that you will never feel alone.”
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