La chaire Enfance et Familles (anciennement chaire DISE – Droits et Intérêt Supérieur de l’Enfant) et le C3RD en partenariat avec le Bureau International Catholique de l’Enfance organisent à l’occasion du trentième anniversaire de la Convention internationale des droits de l’enfant, un colloque intitulé :
30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child
- 29 October 2020Update on the Covid-19 epidemic
Following the announcements of the President of the Republic of France concerning the health measures to be adopted in the fight against COVID-19, all courses and tutorials will be provided online as of Friday October 30. The question of in-person practical work remains under study pending further information from the Minister of Education. Students and University staff will be kept informed in the coming hours of practical arrangements by their faculty or school.
Our campus reopened on 24 August, welcoming its 34,600 students, teachers, and employees in accordance with the most recent guidelines of the Ministry of Higher Education, Research, and Innovation (MESRI) and the Regional Health Agency (ARS).
- 13 October 2020
Since the beginning of the 2020 school year, a very strict protocol has been put in place, respecting all recommended sanitary measures in accordance with the French government.
This video was realized by the office of International Relations & Communication and the students association (Fédé).
- 24 September 2020
Join us in welcoming Patrick Scauflaire as the newly elected President Rector of the Université Catholique de Lille. Mr. Scauflaire was formerly the Director of ICAM, one of the University’s engineering schools and has spent time in both the educational and engineering business world.
Mr. Scauflaire’s 5-year university mandate includes:
- Consolidating the University’s position - Working together: governance in unity - Offering students a true life experience - Placing ‘care’ at the heart of the project
Read the official press release
- 10 September 2020
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, France has done everything to let you join your institution safely at the start of the academic year, whatever your country of origin. Whether you are a student in long-term or short-term studies, a student in an internship or a researcher, you are welcome to France. The consulates can now receive your visa application. For more information, please check with the French consulate or your Campus France office.