With Erasmus+ or an exchange program
The Departement of International Relations will send you housing listings for the duration of your stay.
If you will carry out a study period at ULCO in the framework of an exchange program or exchange agreement, here are the processes you must complete :
You must be nominated by your university of origin.
If you are selected, you must contact the Department of International Relations at ULCO or download the online application form.
The application form must be sent back before June 1st 2018 (for students coming for the 1st semester or the whole year) or before October 26 2018 (for students coming for the 2nd semester only).
Before sending the document back, please contact the Department of International Relations in order to find out the campus in which you will pursue your studies:
Boulogne Campus : email@example.com
Dunkirk Campus : firstname.lastname@example.org
Calais Campus : email@example.com
If your application to ULCO is accepted, you will receive an acceptance letter in your mail.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the Department of International Relations.
Downloadable PDF : Incoming Mobility Form 2018/2019
ULCO organizes FLE courses for Erasmus+ and convention students.
These courses are mandatory and allow students to validate 2 ECTS per semester.
For more information, visit our website : French Language Course
Each year, the DIR organizes an induction week at the beginning of the academic year. We strongly recommend that you participate in order to facilitate all administrative processes linked to your mobility.
In this induction week you would participate in:
- A welcome event organized by the DIR
- A guided visit of Boulogne-sur-Mer or Dunkirk
- A day visit to Lille
You will also meet mobility student from different ULCO campuses.
DIR also organizes outings blending culture and entertainment (for example, in 2017/2018: Paris in November, Nausicaa in Boulogne-sur-Mer in February, and Versailles Palace in May)
The DIR offers you support in logistical processes during your mobility. As a matter of fact, if you so choose, a student can greet you at the train station the day of your arrival and help you settle into your housing. They can also support you through the process of opening a bank account, completing your CAF file, housing insurance…
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