The University of Lille is a well-ranked university in France with a modern and solid educational environment. It offers the latest technologies to deepen the courses and better understand. The university has a good location next to a large library.View more
As an international student studying in Europe for the first time, I believe the University of Lille has given me an opportunity worth a lifetime. My studies in the Diploma of French has introduced me to a vast diverse life, knowledge and experiences. My lecturers are very supportive, patient and respectful towards the students. The university generally is well organised and offers programmes that are very relevant in today’s world, creating avenues for employment after graduation. The institution’s serene environment equally enhances learning and security for students and staff alike. As a French student, I aim to be bilingual in French and English to enable me to pursue my dream as Policy Analyst with the United Nations Organisation in future, having completed a master’s degree in International Affairs at the University of Ghana in 2020. I highly recommend the University of Lille to international students seeking opportunities, skills and knowledge abroad to import into their home country in future.View more
The programme is very labour intensive, but this is not to be seen as a disadvantage as the course itself is very hard. What I like about my degree is that I can make my own timetable since all my classes are pre-uploaded online and therefore I am free to do the subjects I have as I want. One drawback of the course is that the professors are not the most responsive so a question takes days to be answered, or even more if there are many of them on the forum. The way it is formed is that you touch upon each area of French law into the degree and also extend to other disciplines such as politics, economics, and international relations and therefore you get a more global understanding of how the law works and the areas it touches. The course also provides support with applying to internships or jobs and gives you all the guidance to do so. The professors try to make the course as interesting as possible, however, there are some that have a very traditionalist approach and thus make you write extensively a big amount of information that you have to learn in a short amount of time. Overall, the degree is good, it just requires hard work and patience.View more
Lille is one of the best cities in France to be a student in there are a lot of fun activities organised by the campus itself and the city is a great environment for students with calm cold weather.View more
I really enjoyed my studies at the University of Lille, but I have a few general remarks:
– The administration should be developing and facilitating the process for foreign students.
– Access to the electronic library, the student account, searching for information on the ENT is very complicated.
– Some courses have no connection with the chosen course.
Other than that,
– The administration team is very friendly and often meets our needs.
– The professors of this university are competent and they are often available to help us.
Overall, the University of Lille is a good university: most teachers are approachable and very qualified.
However, the administration still has many efforts to do in order to respond to the students’ needs: for instance, communicating with the international relations department is hard because they don’t seem to know their job.
Moreover, for those who want to pursue a degree in political science, the courses offered by the University of Lille may be too sociological.
LILLE UINVERSITY HAS a large library and well organized book store. Most of the books are available either in English or French. it provide access to worldwide collection of sources of information and similar resources.View more