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Finding your way around FEG Aix-en-Provence

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  • Contacts - schooling

    • FEG AIX- 14, avenue Jules Ferry - 13621 Aix-en-Provence Cedex

    Contact: Véronique Marques -

    Deputy Head of Aix Studies, contact: Ulrika De Meyer - - 04 13 94 27 11

    L1 1st semester and 2nd semester

    L1 Division A and S2 L1 AES, contact: Sandrine El Beze - -

    L1 Division B and S2 Économie-Gestion / Gestion, contact: Sandrine El Beze - -

    L1 PARI 1, contact: Sandrine El Beze - -

    L1 LAS, contact: Sandrine El Beze - -


    L2 Économie-Gestion
    , contact: Laetitia Arnould - -

    L2 Gestion, contact: Laetitia Arnould - -

    L2 AES EAPP, contact: Anne Duvinage - -


    L3 Économie-Gestion - EMFO pathway
    , contact: Nébia LAKRIA - -

    L3 Economics-Management - IPBE pathway, contact: Nébia LAKRIA - -

    L3 Économie-Gestion - MACI pathway, contact: Nébia LAKRIA - -

    L3 AES EAPP, contact: Anne Duvinage - -

    L3 Gestion - MCF course, contact: Laetitia Arnould - -

    L3 Gestion - Gestion des entreprises, contact: Nébia LAKRIA - -

    L1 - L2 - L3 MIASHS, contact: Annick Cappy

    • FEG MARSEILLE - 14 rue Puvis de Chavannes -13231 Marseille Cedex

    Scolarité Marseille, contact: Alexandra Fillia - -

    L1 1st semester 2nd semester

    L1 Division M and S2 AES, contact: Jasmine Body -

    L1 Division N and S2 Economie-Gestion / Gestion, contact: Adeline Royer

    L1 PARI 1 and PARI 2, contact: Adeline Royer

    L1 LAS - accès santé, contact: Jasmine Body -

    CyPES, contact: Iziana Aliaoui - -


    L2 Economie-Gestion
    , contact: Iziana Aliaoui - -

    L2 Gestion, contact: Iziana Aliaoui - -

    L2 AES SSP, contact: Solenn Greneau - -

    L2 LAS - accès santé - Economie-Gestion et Gestion, contact: Iziana Aliaoui - -

    L2 LAS - accès santé - AES, contact: Solenn Greneau - -


    L3 Economie-Gestion - course Economie-Finance
    , contact: Solenn Greneau - -

    L3 AES SSP, contact: Solenn Greneau - -

    L3 Gestion - Gestion des entreprises, contact: Iziana Aliaoui - -

    L3 MACI, contact: Solenn Greneau - -

    • FEG - Pôle Universitaire de Gap - 2 Rue Bayard 05000 GAP

    Contact: Marie Domarle / - 04 13 94 48 23

    AES degree

    Double licence-law-eco-management :


    Service des examens, contact: Laetitia Arnould - - - Anne Duvinage -

    CESURES, contact: Sandrine El Beze-

    Tuitionreimbursement Aix, contact: Annick Cappy - -

    Tuitionreimbursement Marseille, DAP Blanc-Vert Aix Marseille contact: Solange Chambon - -

    CPGE Aix / Marseille, contact: Solange Chambon - -

    You can also make an appointment with the school office during opening hours.

  • The key moments of your L1!

  • Our campuses

    The Faculty of Economics and Management is located on several campuses and in several towns: Aix, Marseille, Arles and Gap.

    The Aix campuses on which you will be working are those of the faculty or the surrounding faculties of our university:

    FEG campus Ferry (Amphis A and B, classrooms)

    FEG campus Forbin (rooms)

    FDSP (Faculty of Law and Political Science) Pouillon building (Amphis Mistral, Dumas, Mirabeau, Pereisc, David -2nd floor) Portalis (amphi Portalis + rooms, espace Cassin (Amphi Favoreu) espace Poncet (rooms) - 2 Av. Henri Poncet

    Montperrin Faculty of Science (Amphi M, Amphi Boulan)

  • Timetable

    Your timetables are on your digital work environment: ENT (your new "Atrium" or "Pronote", as it were) as soon as you are registered administratively. Here's a tutorial to help you understand how it works at a glance: https: //

    As long as you're not registered, you won't have access to this data, which is only available on the intranet.

    However, don't worry: during the back-to-school period, starting at the end of August (next week) and until everyone has registered, I'll be posting your timetables on the Internet: here!

    Your timetables will also be posted in the corridors (opposite the timetable office in the yellow corridor at Ferry) if you need to come to the campus in person.

    Timetable office

    Mrs Samantha Ribot, Mrs Léane Aubenas (Aix-en-Provence) and Mrs Audrey Chelly (Marseille)

    If you encounter any difficulties, if you have trouble understanding certain displays, if you can't find your room, if your teacher is absent, contact or visit the timetable office!

    Pre-entry information


    Practicéa is an AMU digital tools support service for all students. Your new university offers you a range of individualized digital tools/applications/services: find out more!

    Online course registration.

    Your new university offers you a range of individualized digital tools/applications/services that you can access using your AMU login and password. These tools are essential to the smooth running of your academic career. We can help you get to grips with them.

    To do so, register now for Practicéa by clicking here. This is an online tutored self-study course.

    Practicéa will start in September. We wish you a successful year at our faculty.

    If you need any further information, please visit .... and take a look at this page: my first steps at university.

  • BU

    You have access to all of AMU's BUs. Go to the BU! The BU is actually called the Service Commun de la Documentation, and it's your very own library during your studies! These are cool places! You can read and work in reserved rooms where you can talk with your buddies without disturbing the others!

    You have access to almost all the newspapers online (with your reader account, on the ENT) and you can also consult them on site, so don't limit yourself to titles! Read all the latest business news online, and all the national and international news for that matter!

    You'll also have access to all the books your teachers talk about in class!

  • Bonus and Commitment

  • Student associations

    Become a member of the association you like or create your own!

    Discover all the faculty associations and if you can't find what you're looking for :

    Create your own association, contact your FEG advisor and the university's Student Life Office!

    We can't stress this enough: taking part in campus or faculty associations is good for you:

    • Socially speaking: you'll meet other students like yourself who have the same interests as you. Could you dream of anything better?
    • Professionally speaking: you're building up a way of relating to others that will carry you through life, and it's a sought-after skill! Don't hesitate to put it into practice! Not to mention that it's also called "developing your network", and if you take part in the dynamics of a network, it will give back to you when you need it!
    • Come on! We're in an economics and management faculty! So show us that you have knowledge and skills in this field, and start by managing an association, with a team, all together, before managing a company or larger organization!
    • This commitment to associative life is rewarded with a bonus!

    Benefit from financial support (FSDIE or CVEC) for your associative projects:

    The Faculty of Economics and Management, the University of Aix-Marseille (FSDIE) and the CROUS (CVEC) provide you with the funds you need to develop the projects you want to carry out within your association, on campus:

    • FSDIE

    This fund is financed by a portion of the tuition fees paid by students to the university. FSDIE funds are used both to support student projects and to provide social assistance to students in difficulty. Student projects must be supported by an application defining objectives, actions and evaluation procedures, and presenting a balanced budget. The procedure for submitting and managing applications is managed by the BVE. Projects selected by the committee are presented to the CEVU and then to the University Board, which makes the final decision on credit allocation. + info, calendar

    • CVEC

    To enroll at the university, you have to pay the CVEC (Contribution à la Vie Etudiante et de Campus). The sums collected ultimately benefit students: they finance campus life projects run by a list of establishments fixed by law (Universities, a number of schools, Crous, etc.).

    For each major Aix-Marseille University campus (Etoile, Luminy, Timone, Marseille-Centre, Aix-en-Provence), as well as for each delocalized site (Gap, Digne, Arles, Avignon, Salon de Provence, Aubagne, La Ciotat), a campus CVEC commission has been set up.

    At FEG Campus Aix, the members of the CVEC commission are: the Dean, a teacher-researcher representative, Cécile GODÉ, and a BIATSS representative (Stanie Louarn).

    Submit your call for CVECDOC projects

    What opportunities does the CVEC offer FEG students and staff?

    Students or staff, we can all propose actions of general interest in favor of student life, aimed at improving campus living conditions such as :

    • Health/prevention/disability
    • Social support
    • Sports
    • Art/culture
    • Student welcome and integration
    • Community life
    • Citizenship / Equality
    • Environment / sustainable development
    • Campus development

    Examples of projects funded on the Aix Campus (2019-20) :

    - Culture: "mettez-vous en scène" Festival off the Aix campus

    - Social: financing of a student hostel at the Institut National Supérieur du Professorat et de l'Education (INSPE)

    - Eco-citizen: Participatory bicycle repair workshop on the Schuman site.

  • Sport

    Even if you're not looking to build muscle or perform, think sport, simply to feel good or discover activities you haven't yet dared to try.

    If you'd like to do some sport at FEG, go to the SPORT SUAPS AMU website and choose an activity. Don't forget your medical certificate!

    Have a great sports year!

    Practice an activity and get a sports bonus

    As part of my studies, if I regularly take part in an activity, I can earn bonus points that will be added to my semester average: 0 - 0.2 - 0.35 - 0.5 points (depending on established criteria) in Licence 1,2,3 and Master 1.

    I choose an activity, register via the SPORT SUAPS AMU website for the "bonus" slot I'm interested in and go to the first class.

    Practice a leisure activity

    • I can take part in a leisure activity for my own well-being or to discover a sport during all the years of my university course.
    • I must register via the SPORT SUAPS AMU website for the "packsport " slot I'm interested in and attend the first class.

    Taking part in a competitive activity at university with my component

    I can take part in a competitive university activity with my FEG component (I'll need to take out an FFSU license at the sports office of my FEG component and provide a medical certificate stating that I'm fit to take part in competitive sports).

    Thanks to this practice I can also obtain a sports bonus (according to established criteria).

    Even if I'm already a member of a federal club, I can still take part in university competitions, which only take place on weekday evenings.)

    Packagesports plus

    If I'm highly motivated, I can also take part in a number of other activities, but for a fee:

    • Bodybuilding
    • Cardio
    • Swimming
    • Riding
    • Sailing
    • Diving
    • Paragliding...

    I pay my registration fee for these activities, via the SPORT SUAPS AMU website, and attend my first class.

    High-level athletes (SHN)

    • If I'm a top-level athlete, I may be able to obtain certain accommodations in my university course. To do this, I fill in a form which I download from the SPORT SUAPS AMU website.
    • This application must be returned in September of each year.
    • A commission of specialists will study my application and validate (or not) my status as a high-level athlete.


    • Campus Aix: FEG sports office, open daily from 12pm to 2pm. /
  • Intranet and social networks

    If you're looking for information on pedagogy, the university calendar, exam timetables, the M3C, you'll find it on the intranet!

    Schooling, pedagogy, all contacts within the faculty, explanations of various administrative procedures, internships, work-study programs and information on international mobility...

    If you'd like to keep in touch with us, log on to the various social networks that appeal to you: FB, insta or linkedin, as well as the youtube channel where you'll find student testimonials and more institutional videos.

  • Service for Respect and Equality AMU

    This service is a place for listening, preventing, reporting and dealing with all forms of violence and discrimination.. It is a one-stop shop offering staff and students comprehensive support for victims and witnesses, in a spirit of benevolence and confidentiality.

    Aix-Marseille Université, strongly committed to combating violence and discrimination, is improving its prevention, reception and support services.

    Staff, students, you can contact the Respect and Equality department.

    Comprising 3 professional and expert staff, it works closely with the university's internal structures, as well as with external partners such as the Défenseur des Droits, La Maison Départementale de lutte contre les discriminations and associations fighting against LGBTIphobia.

    Contact by telephone 04 13 550 550 or by e-mail

    FEG representative, gender equality and anti-discrimination: Vanessa Di Paola -

  • Corporate Relations

    At FEG, we cultivate relationships with companies on several levels. One of the challenges is to get you to meet managers, to show you different sectors of activity by visiting companies, to give you an overview of the different professions to which our courses lead by taking part in professional conferences, and to get you to think about and build your own professional project.

    The Corporate Relations Office offers a wide range ofactivities, enriched by the entrepreneurial initiatives of Pépite Provence and our long-standing partner Rotary, as well as those of the SUIO. Draw on them without counting the cost!

  • SUIO

    The SUIO, the university placement and guidance service, supports you in 2 areas: guidance and reorientation throughout your university career, and professional placement.

    If you have any questions about your orientation at the FEG, you can certainly talk to the faculty, but you also have the SUIO, which is dedicated and competent on the subject. If you're looking for ways to reorient yourself and go elsewhere, you can also contact this service.

    Economics and Management Department

    Aix campus, Schuman site

    Le Cube - 29 avenue Robert Schuman

    13628 Aix-en-Provence Cedex 1

    Tel.: 04 13 94 22 50

    Finally, if you're looking for support to help you make the most of your career opportunities! Go for it!

    your FEG job placement advisor :

    Anne ODOYER Job placement officer and Disability and career placement advisor

    Tel: 04 13 94 22 94 Email:

  • International relations

    You won't be able to go on an exchange in your first year, nor in your second year, but in your third year: be prepared! Take the opportunity to get informed and prepare your application in advance of your year of departure, go to meetings, talk to exchange students... project yourself before you leave!

    The principle of an exchange is that you continue your studies at another European or international faculty with whom we exchange students, who come to continue their studies at our faculty. All you pay is your AMU registration fee. You are supported and supervised by AMU and your host institution. "What-else?"

  • Preventive medicine - health

    During your studies, don't neglect your health! We give you the means to do so by supporting you throughout your life as a student, with dedicated medical staff within the university but also outside, thanks to a network of general practitioners to guarantee local access to care, mutualist centers... everything you need to take care of yourself, which is a great and beautiful responsibility!

    At your disposal:

    Free service,

    open non-stop

    from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    Monday to Friday

    - Secretaries, Nurses, Doctors

    and depending on time slots: Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Sophrologists, Dentists

    SIUMPPS Aix-en-Provence

    Le Cube building

    29 avenue Robert Schuman

    13621 Aix-en-Provence cedex 1

    04 13 94 22 80

  • BVE - Mission Handicap

    Aix-Marseille Université's disability mission welcomes and supports students with disabilities. It offers measures adapted to each student.

    To benefit from accommodations for your studies and/or exams, get in touch as soon as possible with the Mission Handicap on your campus, as well as with the Registrar's Office.

    Mission Handicap - Aix-en-Provence campus

    • Le Cube" building, Faculty of Arts, Literature, Languages and Human Sciences

      29 av. Robert Schuman, 13621 Aix-en-Provence cedex 1, France
    • Contacts :
    • tel : 04 13 94 22 77

    Referent :

    • Sonia MARTIN : 04 13 94 22 70
  • Culture

    Our socially-aware university is committed to the arts and culture, and has set up a dedicated " Culture and Society " department.

    Our university's cultural policy is based on three pillars:

    - Attractiveness and well-being.

    - Student life and citizenship

    - Research training and interdisciplinarity.

    Make the most of your years at university to cultivate yourself, even if you undoubtedly won't have enough time to do everything! Your student card entitles you to numerous discounts, to take part in a wide range of artistic activities on campus, and to take part in sports and other artistic events. So treat yourself!

  • Culture scientifique

    La cellule de culture scientifique de la Direction de la recherche et de la valorisation d’Aix-Marseille Université est dédiée au partage des connaissances entre l’université et la société. Elle forme les chercheurs à la médiation, elle coordonne des ateliers scolaires aux Ateliers d’AMU (campus St Charles) et dans les classes, elle organise des événements culturels gratuits comme la Nuit européenne des chercheur.e.s ou le Souk des sciences et elle produit des ressources de médiation avec les chercheurs qui sont accessibles sur la science-o-thèque.

  • Coaching


    • F.E.G. students
    • F.E.G. graduates seeking employment
    • F.E.G. graduates in professional situations


    • Because students have a major project they want to talk about
    • Because students are experiencing learning difficulties
    • Because students don't have a clear career plan
    • Because students lack work experience and are apprehensive about their final semester internship
    • Because young graduates looking for work don't know how to go about it
    • Because recent graduates in professional situations find themselves at a loss when faced with situations requiring behavioral skills.


    • To acquire know-how and interpersonal skills (to get to know yourself and become who you are!)
    • To learn from experience: by becoming aware of your strengths and areas for improvement.
    • To feel supported in the event of difficulty or in the implementation of a project
    • To be supported in developing answers and solutions, directly linked to real-life situations.
    • To continue learning


    Stanie Louarn welcomes you all year round for one-to-one sessions, according to her schedule and yours, for 3 to 5 sessions depending on your requirements. Students in the faculty's Master Coaching program can also coach you. To find out more, contact Anne-Caroline Vivet, coach and lecturer at the FEG.

    > Master Coaching students


    • Voluntary coaching
    • Coaching under a contract defining
      • the ethical and deontological framework
      • practical details: number and duration of sessions, location, frequency
      • the request and objectives
      • success indicators
      • deontological charter
    • Supervised coaching
  • Your student representatives on the UFR council

    Full members

    • LEKHAL Mohamed Medhi
    • LUCIANI Maelle
    • AUMAGY Léa
    • GAIDOUKOFF Yannis
    • GERENT Fiona
    • DOREY Ombline

    If you wish to write to them:


    • ABD EL WAHAB Wissam
    • FAYE Souleymane
  • All kinds of college abbreviations

    AMPHI : amphitheater

    BU SCD: university library or common documentation service, where you'll find a wealth of resources throughout your studies!

    CROUS: Centre régional des oeuvres universitaires, the place to go to find accommodation in university halls of residence, or to apply for a social grant.

    CVEC: contribution de vie étudiante et de campus (student and campus life contribution), which you pay before enrolling at university and which can be used to finance projects that you may support by getting involved in faculty or university associations.

    CAFET / RU: the cafet offers takeaway meals; the university restaurant, sit-down meals.

    CPGE: classe préparatoire aux grandes écoles. At the university, we have 3 classes prépas!

    CM: lectures (often in amphitheaters).

    TD: travaux dirigés, courses in smaller groups.

    DU: diplôme d'université (university diploma).

    DESU: diplôme d'études supérieures universitaires.

    FI: initial training.

    FA / FC: Formation en alternance (apprenticeship contract, professionalization contract) Formation continue.

    IA: administrative registration (when all the information relating to your course has been entered, including grades, etc.).

    IP: inscription pédagogique (pedagogical registration), which allows you to register for exams - don't miss it!

    IR: international relations, if you're planning an international exchange or mobility program, this is the dedicated department.

    SCOL: for schooling, a service and a team to support you throughout your studies, just like when you were in high school! If you have any questions, doubts, absences, dates not to be missed, M3C, rules, etc., don't hesitate to contact your school!

    SIUAPS: the service that gets us into sports!

    SIUMPPS : our health service! They'll take good care of you, so don't hesitate to contact them.

    UE: courses are divided into "Unités d'Enseignement" (teaching units) corresponding to a breakdown by subject. Each UE corresponds to a number of "credits". Each semester corresponds to 30 credits. A bachelor's degree is worth 180 credits. A Master's degree is worth 120 credits.

    ECTS: Acronym for "European Credits Transfer System". They reward the validation of an EU course. They are valid throughout the European Union and facilitate Erasmus or double degree exchanges.

    ECUE: Eléments constitutifs d'Unités d'Enseignement.