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Full name of University

University of Lille

Lille

Number of MAUI/AEN
students you can accept
during 2015/16.
Indicate total number of semesters

no limit

Contact person for
incoming students
name, title, full address, phone,
fax, email

Carole BOURLEY (Ms)
Study Abroad Adviser
University of Lille 1 - International Relations Office
Cité Scientifique
59655 VILLENEUVE D'ASCQ CEDEX - France
Ph. +33 320 33 70 46
Fax. +33 320 43 40 03
carole.bourley@univ-lille1.fr

Contact person for
outgoing students
name, title, full address, phone,
fax, email

Carole BOURLEY (Ms)
Study Abroad Adviser
University of Lille 1 - International Relations Office
Cité Scientifique
59655 VILLENEUVE D'ASCQ CEDEX - France
Ph. +33 320 33 70 46
Fax. +33 320 43 40 03
carole.bourley@univ-lille1.fr

General University
Website

http://www.univ-lille1.fr/

International
Office/Website for
Incoming Students

http://www.univ-lille1.fr/international

Areas of study open to
undergraduate exchange
students
list explicitly

Campus Lille 1 :Chemistry, Electronics, Electrotechnics, Automation, Computer Science, Mathematics, Mechanics, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Biology, Geology, Life Science, Earth and Environment, Biochemistry, Mathematics applied to Social Science, Natural Sciences, Applied Economics, Economics and Management, Management Science, Marketing, Geography and Urban Planning, Sociology-Ethnology, Economics, Management, Business, Communication, Human Resources, Education Science and Lifelong learning

Campus Lille 2 : Medicine*, Dentistry*, Pharmacy*, Public Health, Medical Technology, Law, Public Law, Business Law, European and International Law, Social Law, Civil Law, Criminology, Political Science, Social Science, Sport Science, Physical Education, Finance, Account

Campus Lille 3 : History, Archeology, Philosophy, Litterature, Languages, Linguistics, Arts, History of Arts, Fine Arts, Performing Arts,  Cinematography, Music and Musicology, Communication and Information Science, Social Development, International Relations, Psychology and Behavioural Science, Teacher training, Adult Education, Tourism, Business studies with languages

* restricted to prior bilateral agreement

Open undergraduate
areas of study taught in
English
list explicitly

Bachelor of Business Administration
Bachelor of Economics (1st and 2nd year only)
Bachelor of Biology (1st and 2nd year only)

Are graduate areas open
for exchange?

YES

Areas of study open to
graduate exchange
students
list explicitly

Campus Lille 1 :Chemistry, Electronics, Electrotechnics, Automation, Computer Science, Mathematics, Mechanics, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Biology, Geology, Life Science, Earth and Environment, Biochemistry, Mathematics applied to Social Science, Natural Sciences, Applied Economics, Economics and Management, Management Science, Marketing, Geography and Urban Planning, Sociology-Ethnology, Economics, Management, Business, Communication, Human Resources, Education Science and Lifelong learning

Campus Lille 2 : Medicine*, Dentistry*, Pharmacy*, Public Health, Medical Technology, Law, Public Law, Business Law, European and International Law, Social Law, Civil Law, Criminology, Political Science, Social Science, Sport Science, Physical Education, Finance, Account

Campus Lille 3 : History, Archeology, Philosophy, Litterature, Languages, Linguistics, Arts, History of Arts, Fine Arts, Performing Arts,  Cinematography, Music and Musicology, Communication and Information Science, Social Development, International Relations, Psychology and Behavioural Science, Teacher training, Adult Education, Tourism, Business studies with languages

* restricted to prior bilateral agreement

Open graduate areas of
study taught in English
list explicitly

Advanced Spectroscopy in Chemistry
Electrical Engineering and Sustainable Development
Urban Engineering and Habitat
Mathematical Engineering, Advanced Scientific Computing
Micro and Nanotechnology (exchange students cannot choose Law and Management Unit)
Biology and Biotechnology, Genomics and Proteomics, speciality Proteomics
Plant Sciences
Past and Current Geoenvironnments
Atmospheric Environment, Physics-Chemistry
Executive International Management
Economics of Globalisation and European Integration (Erasmus Mundus)
Global E-Business

Can advanced
undergraduate exchange
students take graduate
level courses?

Yes

Can graduate students
take undergraduate level
courses?

Yes

Areas of study restricted
to prior bilateral
agreements between
exchange departments or
faculties

- Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy
- Advanced undergraduate exchange students can be allowed to take graduate level courses if there is a prior agreement with the relevant Faculty

Areas of study not
available to MAUI/AEN
students

No

Websites for course
offerings
both in host language & English
offerings

Course catalog in French : http://formations.univ-lille1.fr/
Programs taught in English : http://www.univ-lille1.fr/home/International

Are summer courses
available as exchange
(non fee-paying)?
If so, please provide summer
school website.

No

Orientation session(s) for
incoming students
Is it mandatory, indicate dates and
costs

- International Academy : summer program (July-August), from 60 to 300 hrs, from 480 to 2400 euros (costs for academic year 2014-2015). General French (A2 to C1 level), French for academic purposes, French methodology, national and regional culture, cross-cultural interaction. In addition with a welcome service, administrative support and insight into educational integration.
- French course for Exchange Students (free) : one intensive week before the beginning of the semester and 3hrs a week during the semester (2 ECTS), mandatory for non French speaking students.

Academic Calendar
Please list exact dates.

1st September 2015 to 8 January 2016
11th January to 30 April 2016

Examination period(s)

Continuous assessment

If there is a break between
the academic course
calendar and exams, can
arrangements be made so
the student may take
exams early?
(i.e. semester ends in December
and exams are late January).

Yes

Application deadline for
each term

1st semester : 1st June 2015
2nd semester : 15th November 2015

Application website.
If paper only, please write “paper
only.”

http://moveonline.univ-lille1.fr/move/moveonline/incoming/welcome.php

How does the application
and admissions process
differ for undergraduates
versus graduates?

no difference (except for graduate courses with specific recruitment)

Course registration
deadline

Upon arrival

Do students register for
classes in advance or
upon arrival?

Upon Arrival

Are prior arrangements
needed to secure a visa
before arrival in country?

Yes

Language Requirements

Good knowledge of French language
Some programmes are taught in English but survival French can be useful
For programs taught in english, please refer to the website of each program

Language test certificate
required?
If so, which and when: before
admission or upon arrival?

Official certificate of French proficiency (DELF, DALF, TCF…) or a certificate of French proficiency issued by home institution, before admission
For programs taught in english, please refer to the website of each program.

Preparatory language
course for incoming
students?
Indicate dates and costs

Yes

Are there any special
advising or registrations
concerns that students
should be aware of? Are
services available to
assist in registration or
course selection?

To avoid schedule conflicts, we advise students to choose courses in the same field of studies (taught in the same Faculty).

Students can contact Ms Carole Bourley, carole.bourley@univ-lille1.fr, at the International Relations Office for any assistance.

Required minimum and
maximum number of
credits available through
the exchange
For both undergraduate &
graduate

30 ECTS max for one semester

Is housing assistance
available? How do
students apply, and is it
guaranteed?

Yes

Housing options

International hall of residence

Housing Website and
Contact Person(s)

http://reeflex.univ-lille.fr/Presentation/Reeflex
Contact : carole.bourley@univ-lille1.fr

Do students apply for
housing with their regular
application or is it
separate?
Please list housing application
deadline.

online application
http://reeflex.univ-lille.fr/Presentation/Reeflex
(soon in english)

Is housing available
between breaks in the
term?

Yes

Is there a campus meal
plan?

Yes

Total cost estimates per
month in Euro
(broken down below)

 

-Housing

350 to 450 euros

-Meals

3.20 per meal

-Books

200 euros

-Local Transportation

30 to 50 euros

-Health Insurance

211 euros per year (non refundable for a semester stay)

-Other
(please indicate and specify any
mandatory additional fees)

Medicare (strongly advised) :10 to 35 euros/month, Liability insurance (mandatory for internships) : 20 euros/month

Is comparable health
insurance coverage from
abroad allowed/not
allowed?
If not, please include fees in “other”
field above.

No

Are health facilities
available at the
university?

Yes

Are internships available?

Yes

Are student jobs
available/allowed?

Yes

Other important notes

We advise students to take an insurance covering their trip and their first month in France

Last updated

28/11/2014