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Paul Valéry University of Montpellier (French: Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier III), also known as or UPVM (official acronym) or Montpellier III (UM3, until early 2015), is a French university in the Academy of Montpellier. It is one of the three successor universities to the University of Montpellier, specializing in the arts, languages, and social sciences.

The university is a member of the Coimbra Group, an association of long-established European multidisciplinary universities of high international standards.

Buy French University fake Diploma, Buy UPVM fake diploma. The University of Montpellier, founded on 26 October 1289 through a bull issued by Pope Nicholas IV combining the schools of Medicine, Arts, and Law, is the third university founded in France, following those of Paris and Toulouse.

In 1939, the new Faculty of Humanities was built in the city center, facing Saint Pierre’s Cathedral on the rue du Cardinal de Cabrières (currently home to part of the University of Montpellier 1’s Law Faculty), and inaugurated by the then Dean Augustin Fliche. Buy French University fake Diploma, Buy UPVM fake diploma.

Having become too cramped, the university moved in 1966 to a campus of over 10 hectares in the north of the city (route de Mende), close to the University of Montpellier II’s new campus. In order to avoid confusion with the University of Montpellier 2, the architectural aesthetic was very carefully selected and large green spaces created.

In 1970, the former faculties formed three separate universities (Montpellier I, II and III). The Faculty of Arts, Languages, Social Sciences and Humanities becoming the “University of Montpellier III”, whilst also taking on the name of Paul Valéry as a homage to the Sète-born writer who studied in Montpellier.

In 1986 a new building comprising three lecture theatres (one seating 800 students) was built.

In 1998, a second University campus was built in Béziers on the site of the former Duguesclin barracks.

Since 2002, all Nîmes students have been included in the University of Nîmes and are no longer part of the University of Montpellier III.

In 2015, the Universities of Montpellier I and II merged to be the University of Montpellier. Therefore, the University Paul Valéry of Montpellier III became University Paul-Valéry of Montpellier (UPVM).

A move of the university’s UFR 5 (psychology and sociology department) is currently being planned to the Saint-Charles site in Montpellier city centre.