In line with recent restrictions in France, the ULIP building is now closed to the public to ensure we respect the confinement measures to reduce the spread of the virus. Our academic and administrative staff are working from home and are available by email to answer any of your queries and/or concerns. We may be confined, but we are connected!
In regards to teaching, some of our students have already started to follow their classes online and we are actively liaising with all students to inform them of these new arrangements.
Please read on if you would like further information.
All of our academic and administrative staff are working 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 are concerned about upcoming deadlines, please check QMplus as some deadlines have already been extended. You can also contact Student Services if you think you may need an additional deadline. We are currently unable to confirm arrangements for the end of year exams and the Graduation Ceremony, but we will make sure to keep you informed as the situation evolves. So we thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.
If you are staying in Paris, please make sure you follow these basic guidelines. If you have any questions about COVID 19, you can contact the following number for further information 0 800 130 000. You should stay home as much as possible. In case of signs of respiratory infection (fever or feeling of fever, cough, difficulty breathing), please follow these steps:
- Stay confined at home and call a doctor or pharmacist for a medical opinion. Some doctors will offer a video consultation
- Avoid contact with those around you
- Do not go to your doctor or to the emergency room unless advised to do so
- 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 call us.
For those who have returned home, please follow the guidance of your local authority.
Our staff is available via email, so if you have any questions do not hesitate to contact us and we will get back to you at the earliest opportunity. No changes to the examination timetables and UCAS deadlines have been announced so far. If there are any changes, we will do our best to adapt and we will make sure to liaise with you.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us and we will get back to you get at the earliest opportunity.