International policy - Bordeaux Montaigne University

International policy

Embracing the international dimension of education and research has long been an important feature of the university’s activities.

Exploring the World

Each year, some 450 students come to study at Bordeaux Montaigne as part of international co-operation and exchange agreements, arriving from across Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas, and some 300 home students go off to study abroad. The university is immensely proud of this strong international network, the development and promotion of which figures high on the list of strategic challenges to be addressed over the coming years. Pride of place is given to our visiting professor programme, to dispensing teaching in a foreign language and to playing an active role in international networks.

  • 2 000 foreign students among the 15 000 students enrolled at the University
  • 269 cooperation agreements across the globe (173 in Europe and 96 outside Europe)
  • 2 UNESCO chairs in sustainable development, emerging practices in technology and communication fostering development, implemented in cooperation with countries from the emerging world, in accordance with millennium goals defined by UNESCO.

On the International Stage

Bordeaux Montaigne has always been a destination of choice for students from France’s overseas territories, and this tradition has now been extended to overseas students of all origins. Approximately 120 different nationalities figure each year among the students enrolled at the university.