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Call for Student Mobility to Universite Catholique de Lille, France

Founded in 1875, and unique in France, the Université Catholique de Lille is a multidisciplinary institution which combines 5 faculties, 20 schools, institutes, and Grandes Ecoles, and a hospital group. 

From its very beginnings, what is now France’s largest private, not-for-profit university has distinguished itself within the fields of higher education, research, and health, through its commitment to mutual care as a central value. The institution both supports and is supported by the local region and community, and is open to diversity, and to the world.

Driven by creativity and innovation, and in close collaboration with its students and its partners, the Université Catholique de Lille is contributing to the construction of the world of tomorrow through its research projects, entrepreneurship, involvement with society’s most vulnerable, and the transformation of society and its energy use.

Number of available places3
University Website
EligibilityStudents of 2nd and 3rd year (Bachelor level) and MA students from the following department: -English Language and Literature (ELL) -Digital Communication and PR (DCPR) -International Relations and European Studies (IRES) -IT department -Architecture (ARCH) – Master level only -Management (MAN)
Duration of the Mobility1 semester
Deadline for application8th of October 2021
Start of the MobilitySpring semester 2021/2022
How to applyDownload your Student Nomination Form, fill it in digitally, have it signed by your Head of Department. Contact [email protected] for any questions.
*Please check the list of courses with your Head of Department before applying for this mobility: Click Here
COVID-19: Despite the current sanitary context, the university is planning to have in-person courses for the next academic year, as it is one of our priorities for student to experience the life on-campus, especially our incoming international students. However, we will adapt to the sanitary situation in France and the governmental measures if any are taken. This may result in us implementing hybrid or online courses.  Travel information: