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Preparing to study at the Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France

You will need to find equivalent modules at the UPHF to those you would have chosen at your home University. If you want to have a better insight into the modules available at our University, visit our catalogue of courses

Our University offers two training courses entirely taught in English:

Projects carried out in laboratories or within the department can also be supervised in English.

The teachers, as well as the International Relations Office, will help you with your choice. Please do not hesitate to contact them for advice.

The French Grading System

The marking scale in France goes from 0 to 20. 0 being the lowest mark, 20 being the highest.

10 is the average mark which is generally the lowest mark required to obtain ECTS credits. Please note that for some degrees, the mark required can be higher. Your Department Coordinator will adivse you on the matter. 

The mark of 20 is rarely awarded as it corresponds to a perfect piece of work to which no correction could be made.