Aix Marseille University

Aix-Marseille University

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Aix-Marseille University karon ang usa sa mga kamanghuran unibersidad sa Pransiya, kini mao usab ang kinadak-an sa gidaghanon sa mga estudyante sa iyang mga, ang iyang sungkod ug ang budget niini. Ang tanan nga anaa sa Aix-Marseille University usa ka institusyon sa mas taas nga edukasyon ug research excellence.

Usa ka multidisciplinary ug interdisciplinary unibersidad

Aix-Marseille University nagtanyag sa pagbansay diha sa tanan nga mga disiplina: arts, humanities, mga pinulongan ug mga humanities; Balaod ug sa Political Science; Economics ug Management ; sa panglawas; siyensiya ug teknolohiya. Intensive research site sa kolaborasyon uban sa nag-unang mga organisasyon, AMU mao ang usa sa mga Pranses nga mga dapit sa excellence giila sa usa ka internasyonal nga jury ingon nga bahin sa Umaabot Investments. AMU usab sa taliwala sa mga gimarkahan mga dapit “Operation Campus”, uban sa 500 milyon nga euro sa kapital gipalihok pag-ayo ug modernize sa iyang mga dapit sa unibersidad. Ang AMU Foundation makatabang sa pagpalambo sa research, pagbansay ug trabaho sa mga estudyante, samtang sa paghimo sa usa ka pribilehiyo nga sumpay uban sa mga socio-economic nga kalibutan. Pagbansay sa, research, giya, trabaho, interdisciplinarity ug pagpahimulos sa kahibalo mao ang mga haligi sa niini nga pagtukod, kinadak-ang unibersidad sa Pransiya ug ang Francophone nga kalibutan.

Schools / Colleges / mga departamento / kurso / mga abilidad


  • Balaod ug sa Political Science
    • Pundok sa mga magtutudlo sa Balaod ug sa Political Science
    • Institute of Public Management and Territorial Governance
  • Economics ug Management
    • Pundok sa mga magtutudlo sa economics ug sa Management
    • Journalism and Communication School of Marseille
    • Aix-Marseille Graduate School of Management
    • Regional Institute of Labour
  • Arts, mga literatura, Languages and Human Sciences
    • Pundok sa mga magtutudlo sa mga Arts, mga literatura, Languages and Human Sciences
    • Training Centre for Musicians
    • The Mediterranean House of Human Sciences (Maison méditerranéenne des sciences de l’homme)
  • Health
    • Pundok sa mga magtutudlo sa Medicine
    • Pundok sa mga magtutudlo sa Odontology
    • Pundok sa mga magtutudlo sa Pharmacy
    • MidwivesUniversity School Marseille Méditerranée
  • Sciences and Technology
    • Pundok sa mga magtutudlo sa mga Sciences
    • Faculty of Sports
    • Observatory of Universe Sciences – Pytheas Institute
    • Polytech Marseille

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The institution developed out of the original University of Provence, gitukod sa 9 Disyembre 1409 as a Studium Generale by Louis II of Anjou, Count of Provence, and recognized by Papal Bull issued by the Pisan Antipope Alexander V. Apan, there is evidence that teaching in Aix existed in some form from the beginning of the 12th century, since there were a doctor of theology in 1100, a doctor of law in 1200 and a professor of law in 1320 on the books. The decision to establish the university was, in part, a response to the already-thriving University of Paris. Ingon sa usa ka resulta, in order to be sure of the viability of the new institution, Louis II compelled his Provençal students to study in Aix only. Mao kini ang, the letters patent for the university were granted, and the government of the university was created. The Archbishop of Aix-en-Provence Thomas de Puppio was appointed as the first chancellor of the university for the rest of his life. After his death in 1420, a new chancellor was elected by the rector, mga agalon, and licentiates – an uncommon arrangement not repeated at any other French university. The rector had to be an “ordinary student”, who had unrestricted civil and criminal jurisdiction in all cases where one party was a doctor or scholar of the university. Those displeased with the rector’s decisions could appeal to a doctor legens. Eleven consiliarii provided assistance to the rector, being elected yearly by their predecessors. These individuals represented all faculties, but were elected from among the students. The constitution was of a student-university, and the instructors did not have great authority except in granting degrees. Mention should be made that a resident doctor or student who married was required to pay charivari to the university, the amount varying with the degree or status of the man, and being increased if the bride was a widow. Refusal to submit to this statutable extortion was punished by the assemblage of students at the summons of the rector with frying-pans, bassoons, and horns at the house of the newly married couple. Continued recusancy was followed by the piling up of dirt in front of their door upon every Feast-day. These injunctions were justified on the ground that the money extorted was devoted to divine service.

Sa 1486 Provence passed to the French crown. The university’s continued existence was approved by Louis XII of France, and Aix-en-Provence continued to be a significant provincial centre. It was, pananglitan, the seat of the Parliament of Aix-en-Provence from 1501 sa 1789, no doubt aided by the presence of the law school.

Sa 1603 Henry IV of France established the Collège Royal de Bourbon in Aix-en-Provence for the study of belles-lettres ug pilosopiya, supplementing the traditional faculties of the university, but not formally a part of it. This college de plain exercice became a significant seat of learning, under the control of the Jesuit order. Throughout the 16th and 17th centuries, the college frequently served as a preparatory, but unaffiliated, school for the university. Only the university was entitled to award degrees in the theology, balaod, ug tambal; but candidates for degrees had first to pass an examination in philosophy, which was only provided by the college. Universities basically accepted candidates who had studied in colleges formally affiliated with them, which in reality required both college and university to be situated in the same city. Sa 1762 the Jesuits were forced to leave France, ug sa 1763 ang Collège Royal de Bourbon was officially affiliated with the university as a faculty of arts.

The addition of the Collège Royal de Bourbon essentially widened the scope of courses provided at the University of Provence. Formal instruction in French was initially provided at the college, with texts and a structured course of study. Subsequently physics became a part of the curriculum at the college as a part of the philosophy course in the 18th century. Equipment for carrying out experiments was obtained and the first course in experimental physics was provided at Aix-en-Provence in 1741. Classical mechanics, nevertheless, was merely taught after 1755, when the physicist Paulian offered his first class and Isaac Newton’s Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica and commentaries were obtained for the library.

Ang Rebolusyong Pranses, with its focus on the individual and an end to inherited privilege, saw the suppression of the universities. To the revolutionaries, universities embodied bastions of corporatism and established interests. Labut pa, lands owned by the universities and utilized for their support, represented a source of wealth to be tapped by the revolutionary government, just as property possessed by the Church had been confiscated. Sa 1792, the University of Provence, along with twenty-one other universities, was dissolved.Specialized ecoles, with rigorous entrance examinations and open to anyone with talent, were eventually created in order to offer professional training in specialized areas. Bisan pa niana, the government found it necessary to allow the faculties of law and medicine to continue in Aix-en-Provence and Marseille in the early 19th century.

During the 19th century, additional faculties were created in Aix-en-Provence and Marseille to serve the changing needs of French society. Pananglitan, Hippolyte Fortoul, laterMinister of National Education and Public Worship of France, was the first dean and professor of a new faculty in French literature established in Aix-en-Provence in the 1840s. Sa 1896, the departmental council of the Bouches-du-Rhône founded a chair in the faculty of letters at Aix-en-Provence in the language and literature of Mediterranean Europe; their aim was to assist the commercial exploitation of the region by French business. A new science faculty was created in Marseille to support the growing industrialization of the region. At about the same time, a special training program was created in the faculty of medicine in order to train doctors in colonial medicine for France’s expanding colonial empire.

The most significant development for the university in the 19th century, nevertheless, was the recreation of French universities in 1896. Facing acute competition from prestigious German universities following the Franco-Prussian War, French legislators were anxious to have their own universities. Sa 1896 a law was passed creating seventeen autonomous regional universities financed mainly by the state. The various faculties in Aix-en-Provence and Marseille were grouped into the new University of Aix-Marseille.

Through two world wars and a depression, the University of Aix-Marseille continued to develop. Increasing numbers of women and foreign students joined the student body, and an overwhelming majority of students majored in the science, tambal, ug sa balaod. Individual faculties were almost autonomous from university administration and the Ministry of Education frequently intervened directly among the faculties.

Following riots among university students in May 1968, a reform of French education occurred. The Orientation Act (Loi d’Orientation de l’Enseignement Superieur) sa 1968 divided the old faculties into smaller subject departments, decreased the power of the Ministry of Education, and created smaller universities, with strengthened administrations. Human, the University of Aix-Marseille was divided into two institutions. Each university had different areas of concentration of study and the faculties were divided as follows:

  • University of Aix-Marseille I: balaod, siyensiya sa politika, kasaysayan, psychology, Sociology, ethnology, pilosopiya, matematika, pisika, chemistry,natural nga siyensiya, pinulongan, literature and civilization
  • University of Aix-Marseille II: sa ekonomiya siyensiya, geograpiya, teknolohiya, tambal, parmasya, dental surgery, topical medicine, physical education and ocean science

Sa 1973, conservative faculty members led by Charles Debbasch, demanded and obtained the creation of the University of Aix-Marseille III, grouping law, siyensiya sa politika, applied economics, earth science, ecology and technological studies.

Dul-an sa 40 years later, sa Hunyo 2007, the three universities of Aix-Marseille expressed their intention to merge in order to form one university. The merger was gradually prepared, respecting a schedule which allowed for long discussions at each stage, after which it was approved by vote of the Board of Directors of each university. Mao kini ang, Aix-Marseille University was established by decree No. 2011-1010 sa 24 Agosto 2011 and officially opened its doors on 1 Enero 2012.


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