Update on the Covid-19 epidemic
An update following the speech of the President of the Republic on Tuesday, 24 November 2020
Classes and tutorials will continue to be provided at a distance until 3 February 2021. As of that date, depending on the overall health situation, the university may resume in-person classes.
We draw attention to the alleviation of some constraints beginning on Saturday 28 November:
The attestation for all travel remains mandatory, but one will be able to move within a radius of 20 km around one’s home address for up to 3 hours a day, rather than within a radius of one kilometer for up to an hour as is currently the case.
Shops may reopen and home services may resume, following strict sanitary protocols.
Religious services and ceremonies will again be authorized, with a limit of 30 people.
The lockdown is scheduled to end on December 15, subject to changes in the overall health situation. The 9pm-7am curfew, however, will remain in place (except for 24-25 December).
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).