International exchanges

Erasmus +

Non European exchange students

Erasmus +

charte Erasmus + Charte Erasmus HEI 2014-2020

How to apply for a semester or an academic year ?
  • Check if your home institution has an agreement with HEI
  • Discuss your exchange plan with your own university adviser. You can choose subjects in the following departments : Architectural engineering – Banking, Finance and Insurance – Biomedical Engineering – Building and Civil Engineering – Chemistry and Chemical engineering – Computer Science and Information Technology – Energy, Building and Environment – Energy, Electrical Systems and Control Systems – Industrial Management – Mechanical Design and engineering – Mechatronics – Technologies, innovation, textiles and international management 
  • To enable some flexibility you should obtain approval in advance for six or seven subjects to allow for the possibility that some subjects may not be available when you enrol at HEI or to prevent timetable conflicts. You are strongly advised to build your learning agreement in a single field of specialisation and a single year to avoid timetable conflicts.
  • Please note that French is the language of instruction. You will need to have a sufficient command of the French language to be able to follow classes. Classes of French as a foreign language will be offered weekly during the academic year.
  • Complete your application and submit it to your university to meet HEI application deadlines :

    15 May  – first semester (Autumn: September-January) and academic year15 October  – second semester (Spring: January-June)

Non european exchange students
HEI bilateral agreements
  • Check if your home institution has an agreement with HEI
  • Discuss your exchange plan with your own university adviser. You can choose subjects in the following departments: Architectural engineering – Banking, Finance and Insurance – Biomedical Engineering – Building and Civil Engineering – Chemistry and Chemical engineering – Computer Science and Information Technology – Energy, Building and Environment – Energy, Electrical Systems and Control Systems – Industrial Management – Mechanical Design and engineering – Mechatronics – Technologies, innovation, textiles and international management 
  • To enable some flexibility you should obtain approval in advance for six or seven subjects to allow for the possibility that some subjects may not be available when you enrol at HEI or to prevent timetable conflicts. You are strongly advised to build your learning agreement in a single field of specialisation and a single year to avoid timetable conflicts.
  • Please note that French is the language of instruction. You will need to have a sufficient command of the French language to be able to follow classes. Classes of French as a foreign language will be offered weekly during the academic year.
  • Complete your application and submit it to your university to meet HEI application deadlines:

    15 May  – first semester (Autumn: September-January) and academic year15 October  – second semester (Spring: January-June)

Lille Catholic University’s institutional partnerships
  • Check if your home institution has an agreement with Lille Catholic University.
  • Discuss your exchange plan with your own university adviser. You can choose subjects in the following departments : Architectural engineering – Banking, Finance and Insurance – Biomedical Engineering – Building and Civil Engineering – Chemistry and Chemical engineering – Computer Science and Information Technology – Energy, Building and Environment – Energy, Electrical Systems and Control Systems – Industrial Management – Mechanical Design and engineering – Mechatronics – Technologies, innovation, textiles and international management 
  • To enable some flexibility you should obtain approval in advance for six or seven subjects to allow for the possibility that some subjects may not be available when you enrol at HEI or to prevent timetable conflicts. You are strongly advised to build your learning agreement in a single field of specialisation and a single year to avoid timetable conflicts.
  • Please note that French is the language of instruction. You will need to have a sufficient command of the French language to be able to follow classes. Classes of French as a foreign language will be offered weekly during the academic year.
  • Contact your international office, they will provide you with a specific registration form to fill in.