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The UniNE’s administrative services – especially Academic Services (SACAD) – accompany and advise students throughout their studies, offering them various benefits in relation to exchange programmes, finance, health, apprenticeships, language learning and finding careers.

Everyday life

  • Are you looking for accommodation?
  • Do you need help with paperwork, such as the health insurance which you will need to live in Switzerland?
  • Are you facing financial difficulties?
  • Are you someone with specific needs, like a part-time worker, professional sportsperson or someone with a disability?

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To balance your personal life with your professional life, the Equal Opportunities Office (BEC) implements and supports a range of measures guaranteeing the equal opportunities of women and men across the UniNE. It is designed with all members of the university community in mind, with specific measures intended for women as well as those who are responsible for family care.

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  • Mobility

The UniNE strongly encourages its students to undertake part of their programme at a different university, whether in Switzerland or further afield. On the Study Exchange Office website, you will find all the current options within Switzerland and beyond (Swiss-European Mobility), as well as the opportunities for financial assistance (grants, etc.). You will also find details of courses offered by other Swiss universities, as well as business internships.

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  • Libraries

Whether you are putting together a presentation, report, study or thesis, looking for relevant scientific articles, or simply searching for new information, the Academic Information and Library Service (SISB) is there to help.

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  • Careers Centre

If you are at the end of your studies and have questions about your future professional direction, your CV or your cover letters, a range of help is available to you at the Careers Centre. The Centre also organises Careers Night, an important date in the University’s calendar, which prepares you to enter the world of work.

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IT needs

  • ​Do you need an email account?
  • Or help using a particular piece of software?
  • Are you trying to buy a mobile phone without breaking the bank?
  • Or learning to use programmes like Excel and PowerPoint?

A range of help is available on the Information Technology and Telecommunications Service (SITEL) website, where you can also access different platforms such as IS-Academia (to register for courses and exams), Moodle, Pidho and Pidex.

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At your service

Bureau social

Social Office

Social support and assistance

Apprendre une langue

Language Centre

Open-access language courses

Trouver un premier emploi

Careers Centre

Launching your career


Mobilité nationale et internationale

National and international mobility




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Egalité des chances

Office of Equal Opportunity

Balancing study and family life