The Catholic University of Lille
The Catholic University of Lille was founded in 1875. It was with great support of the Catholic Church and a group of Christian businessmen. There are five founding faculties, Arts, Law, Medicine, Science and Theology, then the vocational colleges (paramedical and engineering) joined as well. Colleges and research centers were established around the University in the past years. In 1973, these colleges and centers decided to merge together and then the "Fédération Universitaire et Polytechnique de Lille" was born and is now called the "Université Catholique de Lille".
Courses in English
- All current postgraduate and all undergraduate students from the Faculty of Social Sciences at the Year 2 level or above are eligible to apply.
- Students in Government and Public Affairs, International Relations, Public Policy Studies and European Studies will have priority.
- FSS-DGPA application form
- FSS Learning Agreement
- Curriculum Vitae
- Cover letter explaining your interest in this exchange program, your objectives, your strengths and weaknesses, and why you would be well suited for study in this program.
- A transcript in English (since your first year as an undergraduate)
- A certificate or official document attesting to your English proficiency (i.e. TOEFL, IELTS or CET scores; the results can be submitted at a later date if necessary).
- Any other supporting documents that you believe would be helpful to the admissions staff.
For questions about application procedures, please contact the Department office at email@example.com
PLEASE NOTE: If selected, students are responsible for obtaining the necessary visas by themselves.
Université Catholique de Lille
60 boulevard Vauban
59016 LILLE CEDEX
Tel: + 33 (0) 359 566 997