The ULIP building is closed to the public but students can access the building and library services by appointment. Appropriate protocols are in place to ensure staff and students’ safety and we continue to monitor health authorities’ guidance.
Many of our academic and administrative staff continue to work from home, so please feel free to contact us if you have any questions and/or concerns. We may not be present physically and face-to-face, but we are certainly available online to ensure continued support to our students. If you would like to access the building, please email Kim Le Minh, Head of Library, IT and Facilities.
Please check your emails regularly for updates on results and August reassessment arrangements. The July Graduation Ceremony has been postponed and we will let you know when alternative arrangements are made.
If you are still in Paris, please make sure you follow these basic guidelines. If you experience symptoms which are characteristic of Covid-19, please follow these steps:
- Avoid contacts and contact a doctor for a medical opinion. Some doctors will offer a video consultation
- The doctor may prescribe a test, and if you are tested positive you will be asked to self-isolate for 14 days
- If you have trouble breathing, call the SAMU (15)
If you do not have a “Médecin Traitant”, you can always consult Doctolib for the next available appointments and video consultations. If you need any further assistance, do not hesitate to contact us.
For those who have returned home, please follow the guidance of your local health authority.
We realise that in these uncertain times, you may have many questions about the admissions process. To support you in this stressful time, we've created a FAQ in the hope that you will find answers to some of your questions. Our staff is available via email, so if you have further questions please do not hesitate to contact us and we will get back to you at the earliest opportunity.
September Entry: Learning and Teaching
To take into account possible restrictive safety protocols as well as to accommodate students who might not be able to be physically present in Paris mid-September, we are planning a blended approach to our induction activities and teaching in the first semester. This means that we expect that students who will be in Paris will be able to benefit from face-to-face teaching in small groups with additional online content to ensure a high-quality learning experience. For students who are not able to be on-site, a series of online tools, such as lecture recordings, live remote seminar sessions, discussion forums and tutor office hours will be available.