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The number of international students has increased considerably in recent years. from 1,400 in 2007 to 5,476 in 2017, of which 3,482 are undergraduate and postgraduate students (mainly iesEG and EDHEC) and 1,986 in exchange programmes (700 via Erasmus and 1,286 thanks to the signing of 101 higher education agreements). The Catholic University of Lille has four recent agreements with Australian universities in Sydney and Brisbane, the largest and third largest cities on the continent. – Students wishing to study at Polytech Lille should first contact the international office of their home university. Erasmus – Student appointments must be Erasmus@polytech-lille.fr the internationalisation of teachers is strongly encouraged, whether through the Erasmus programme or through bilateral mobility agreements in the field of teaching and research. The apprenticeship agreement should include all the learning gains that the student must obtain during the exchange. You can become an exchange student if your home institution has signed a student exchange contract with the University of Lille and in particular with Polytech Lille for study abroad programs or internships in our school. Clarife, the university`s language learning centre, is accessible to all students. It offers courses in 10 foreign languages, with specialized language courses, as well as certificate preparation and validation. It also offers intensive French courses for international students during the summer (through the LILLE European Summer Program) and just before the fall semester, while other courses are integrated into the regular academic session. Appointments of partner universities outside Europe must be fitec@polytech-lille.fr.

In keeping with its tradition of openness, the Catholic University of Lille was one of the pioneering French universities in the field of international mobility and signed partnership agreements with American universities such as Juniata College in the 1970s. These partnerships have been complemented by new agreements around the world. Since its launch in the late 1980s, the Catholic University of Lille has participated in European mobility programmes such as ERASMUS and INTERREG. Lille and the Catholic University of Lille have drawn from their strategic position, at the crossroads of Europe, a tradition of openness and acceptance of others and their ideas. Internationalization is part of the university`s DNA, one of the first in France to enter into partnership agreements with foreign universities in the early 1970s.

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