Rewards

Paul-Valéry University presentation video ranked 3rd best audiovisual production at the 2016 Communication Awards

Paul-Valéry University’s presentation video was ranked 3rd best audiovisual production at the 2016 Communication Awards.

Last November 25, saw the organisation of the 15th edition of the Communication Awards, rewarding best communication and best communication professionals from the public service and business sectors. This year, no less than 800 applications were submitted to the appraisal of 170 jury members.

PVU obtained 3rd place in the best audiovisual production category for a presentation film entitled "Université Paul-Valéry - Montpellier 3 Semper Dissimilis".

Congratulations go to the two film directors, Benjamin ARCHIER and Clément MERLE, both graduates from PVU professional degree course in Audiovisual Design and New Media, who completed this remarkable project during their study year. They then went on to produce a brand new video for PVU "Immersion in the Student House", broadcast via social media on the occasion of World Volunteer Day, on December 5.

Find a full list of 15th Communication Trophy winners here: http://trophees-communication.com/palmares/ 

PVU student receives best press release award at the 28th Press Night

Congratulations go to Sabine Monteil, a student in the professional degree course "Strategies and Professions in Media Intervention", who received the prize for best press release, at the 28th Press Night (Montpellier Press Club). Her press release was written as part of a professional internship project at DP News Agency.

MIM Master wins award

MIM MASTER WINS AWARD The Catalan Government has awarded MIM Master a new mention as "International Master' Programme (IMP)". This is the first time that a master programme in Catalonia has been distinguished in this way.
This is not the only good news, as the MIM Master has also been ranked 5th best course in the field of cooperation by the Spanish daily newspaper El Mundo, which published on June 17, a ranking of the 250 best post-grad courses in Spain, out of 1,200 existing programmes.

A French university karate champion at PVU

Congratulations go to Lisa BOUBEKEUR, who won the bronze medal at the French University Karate Championship on March 8 and 9, in Nice.
Congratulations also go to duo, Lucile ROCHE and Morgane PAILLARD, who were bronze medal winners in the French University Run and Bike Cup on Thursday, April 10, at Colleville sur Mer.

A student of Chinese is French finalist in the international competition of Chinese Language and Culture

On Saturday, May 10, 2014, Montpellier hosted the international competition of Chinese Language and Culture for students from France: "The Bridge to Chinese". The 32 candidates offered the jury a variety of artistic performances: traditional dance, hip-hop, song, calligraphy, poetry reading, tai chi, etc. Congratulations go to Victoria ZANELLO, Master student in PVU’s Chinese department, who won the French final and earned a place in the world final in Changsha (July 2014). She obtained the highest score in the written test and captivated the jury with her reading of a bucolic poem by LI Qingzhao.

"Environmental Project Management" course (COPENVIR) ranked 2nd in the top 5 leading Master Courses in the environmental field

For the second year running, Challenges magazine (n°384 - April 10, 2014) ranked the "Conduct of Environmental Projects" (COPENVIR) course from the PVU "Sustainable Development and Planning" (DDA) Master degree, in the French top 5 of today’s leading Master courses in the field of environment and social economy (with three Parisian Masters, and one from Grenoble).

A first prize for cooperative research for a PVU student

Jean Huet, a former M2 GAOESS student, won 1st prize for Cooperative Research for his thesis on public water services and JICS. This was the 5th edition of the competition organised by Crédit Mutuel and the RECMA. Jean Huet completed his thesis as part of an apprenticeship contract with the CG Scop cooperative.

4 PVU students selected as jurors for a literary prize!

France Culture and Télérama launched a new literary prize for students: "Le Roman des étudiants France culture - Télérama". Each year, in March, a jury composed entirely of students come together to choose a title from amongst ten selected French novels. For the 2014 edition, three hundred students from eighteen French cities were recruited for the first jury. Four of the jury members were Paul-Valéry University students: Anne-Laure Michel, Céline Buret, Laurie Baum and Ophélie Chalabi. The objective of this new concept is to encourage and support young people who love to read, and to promote reading as a whole.