Riviera University located in the heart of silicon valley and integrates an international dimension to its global institutional strategy for research and education.
Building key partnerships in pursuit of academic excellence
An establishment with global reach
Key collaborations are being undertaken with prominent European and Asian Universities as evidenced in the Cooperation with Asia Metropolitan University and University College of Yayasan Pahang. The university has all the advantages to strengthen its interactions and collaborations with other global institutions in terms of size, population and economy. Riviera University focuses on monitoring geopolitical and geostrategic developments to steer and adjust its long-term strategy.
Innovative tools and programs that guarantee its attractiveness
Well-endowed academic scholarships will be offered to the best graduate students from partner institutions wishing to study in France. They will also be accessible to Riviera University students who would like to enroll in short term study abroad programs. The objective of the program will be to serve as lever for recruiting international PhD students.
The ‘internationalisation at home’ project is based on the development of curricula designed from the outset for international students who wish to embrace future challenges, not only in scientific advancements but on a societal level as well. Riviera University will support their incubation and development with academia and researchers.The development of a learning path in English will enhance the attractiveness of Riviera University for its students with diverse backgrounds, coming from all over the world.
A university open to the world
The increase in outgoing mobility of students as a driver of excellence will be the key focus. It will be required for local students enrolled in international programs to spend a semester or even a year abroad. The objective will be to reach 20% of outgoing mobility for all of our programs.
Collaborating with prominent researchers
An ambitious guest researcher program, combining both research and teaching chairs, will be developed to foster interactions with key partners.