Université française du Pacifique (UFP)

French University of the Pacific

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1987-05-29 Paris France


29 May 1987, Paris (France). Has also been referred to as Université française du Pacifique sud. Ceased to exist, 31 May 1999, under government decree 99-445, when replaced by 2 national universities: Université de la Polynésie française (UPF), Papeete (Polynesia Fr) and Université de la Nouvelle-Calédonie, Nouméa (New Caledonia).


Ensure a scientific, cultural and professional higher education public service for school-leavers trained in the (French) Oversees Territories; contribute to the furtherance of the French language, science and culture in this Anglophone region, comprising the countries of the South Pacific, but also of South-East Asia and the Americas; prepare and assist in the admission to university of the pupils from other countries of the Pacific region where the local structure lack these facilities.


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UPF is composed of: (i) Presidency (and General Secretariat), Papeete, Tahiti; (ii) Centre universitaire de Nouvelle-Calédonie (CUNC), Nouméa, New Caledonia; (iii) Centre universitaire de Polynésie française (CUPF), Faaa-Aéroport, Tahiti; (iv) University Library, Papeete, Tahiti. UPF is administered by Management Council, comprising 22 members. A Council Centre, consisting of 21 members, assists each of the Centre Directors. Each Centre is made up of 4 Departments. Scientific and Cultural Council; Councils of the University.


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