EUROPEAN SUMMER PROGRAM

Votre contact

Audrey VANPEPERSTRAETE

Coordonnatrice Summer Program

Tél. +33 (3) 20 13 40 00
audrey.vanpeperstraete@univ-catholille.fr

 

Classes and Organisation


What is a typical class day at the European Summer Program?

 

Class days at the European Summer Programs are usually set up as follows:

 

Mornings
9am to 12noon
Classes

Lunch break
12noon to 1.30pm
You will be given a meal card pre-loaded with 50 euros to use in the university cafeterias

Afternoons
1.30pm to 4.30pm
Classes – electives depending on the track chosen.

Evenings
Evenings are generally free. This will allow students to do their homework or some shopping, laundry…


5 group dinners will be proposed for weekday evenings during the month.

The ESP will also provide a calendar of optional cultural activities. Lille has a lively cultural life and there are lots of things to do or see in the evenings. The ESP team will provide some information about the cultural events (plays, movies, dancing lessons, sports events, etc.), and students can attend them if they wish. Some activities are free of charge: make the most of your stay in Lille by participating in the activities that interest you.

 

The ESP also offers info sessions highlighting the upcoming field trips and events during the program.  French movies relating to planned events follow each info session.  These often provide credit for the Intercultural Communication courses.

 

 

What is the typical organisation of a week at the ESP?

 

A week at the ESP is usually organised as follows*:
 

 

Monday     

Tuesday     

Wednesday

Thursday     

Friday     

Weekends

Mornings

Courses

from 9am
to 12noon     

Courses

from 9am
 to 12noon     

Courses

from 9am
  to 12noon     

Courses

from 9am
  to 12noon     

Courses

from 9am
to 12noon     

1st week: Orientation in Lille

2nd week-end:  fieldtrip or free time

3rd week-end: fieldtrip or free time

4th week-end: fieldtrip or free time


Students can explore the city or Europe by themselves. Tourist books are available in the office. Students are required to inform the ESP team about their travel plans before they leave.

Lunches

University Cafeteria

University Cafeteria  

University Cafeteria

University Cafeteria

University Cafeteria

Afternoons

Courses
from 1.30pm

to 4.30pm

  Courses

from 1.30pm
to 4.30pm

Courses or Fieldtrip *

Courses

from 1.30pm
to 4.30pm  

Courses from 1.30pm
to 4.30pm   or free time

Evenings

 

Evening:
free time or optional cultural activities

               

 

 

Exams are usually scheduled on the last week of the program.


IMPORTANT:
 

This information is provided as an example to help students get an idea of the overall schedule, and is not guaranteed. A more complete schedule will be provided 2 weeks before the start of the program, and the final schedule with room numbers will be given to students during orientation. Students are strongly advised to wait until they get the final schedule before making weekend travel arrangements.

 

 
 
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