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  • Locations: Villeneuve d'Ascq, France
  • Program Terms: Fall, Spring
  • Restrictions: TXSTATE applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Exchange Language of Instruction: English, French
Academic Field: Business, Chemistry, Economics, Sociology Undergraduate/Graduate: Graduate, Undergraduate
Application Fee: 250
Program Description:

Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille

Uni Sci et Tech de Lille
Lille University is a State University, founded in 1562 by the Spanish. It became French in 1667. Louis Pasteur was the first Dean of the Science Faculty in 1854. Lille University was, at that time, situated in the town center. In 1971, the Science Faculty and the different faculties in Lille moved to the new town of Villeneuve d’Ascq. Lille is one of the leading science universities in France. Here you will be able to learn how to sharpen your critical thinking, a fundamental element in developing knowledge. You will also apprehend how to look at things from a different perspective, both academically and socially. Furthermore, you will become part of a particularly cosmopolitan French population situated less than 300 kilometres from five European countries.  

University Website 

Website for International Students: 

Location

Lille is the largest city in French Flanders. It is the principal city of the Lille Métropole, the fourth-largest metropolitan area in France after those of Paris, Lyon and Marseille. Lille is situated on the Deûle River, near France's border with Belgium. It is the capital of the Nord-Pas de Calais region and the prefecture of the Nord department. The Lille Métropole has a mixed mode public transport system, which is considered one of the most modern in the whole of France. It comprises buses, trams and a driverless metro system, all of which are operated under the Transpole name. 

Academics

Areas of study open to undergraduate exchange students:

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 
  • Areas of study in English:
    • Business Administration, Economics & Management, Life Sciences

Areas open for graduate exchange students:

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
  • Areas of study in English:
    • -Physical & Analytical Chemistry, Advanced Spectroscopy in Chemistry, Atmospheric Environment, Physics-Chemistry, Chemistry, Biorefinery, Electrical Engineering and Sustainable Development, High-Performance Computing and Simulation, -Advanced Scientific Computing, Plant Sciences, Urban Engineering and Habitat, Paleontology-Paleoclimatology, Executive International Management, Global Sourcing, Purchase, Supply Chain, Economics of Globalisation and European Integration, Global E-Business, Management of European Affairs, Urban Planning-Eurostudies, Intercultural Mediation: Identities, Mobilities, Conflicts (Campus Lille 3) 

 
Areas of study not available to exchange students:

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
Websites for course offerings:

Language requirements

  • You will need a good knowledge of French language. Some programs are taught in English, but survival French can be useful. For programs taught in English, please refer to the website of each program. 
  • You will need an official certificate of French proficiency (DELF, DALF, TCF…) or a certificate of French proficiency issued by home institution, before admission. 
  • There is a French course for Exchange Students (free): one intensive week before the beginning of the semester and 3 hrs. a week during the semester (2 ECTS), mandatory for non-French speaking students.

Important Dates

  Fall Spring
Program Dates: September 1st - January 13th January 16th - May 19th 

*Please note, these are estimated dates and are subject to change. For the most updated information, please visit the host university website.

Costs

Estimated Monthly Cost of Living in Euros:

  • Housing: 370 to 470
  • Books: 200
  • Health insurance: 215 per year (nonrefundable for a semester stay)
  • Local transportation: insurance (mandatory for internships): 20 euros/month
  • Meals: 3.25 a meal
  • Other: Medicare (strongly advised): 10 to 35

Housing

Options

Students can rent a furnished apartment of 16m² at the International hall of residence, “Reeflex”
 
For more information, visit the Housing Website

Helpful Links


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Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.

This program is currently not accepting applications.