UCLy offers a wide range of English-taught courses in different disciplines and at different levels. Discover them now!
Academic Year 2023/2024
Business courses in English (ESDES)
International exchange students and free mover students have the possibility of studying for one or two semesters in English at both Bachelor’s and Master’s level.
The Business Courses in English program allows all exchange and free mover students to study in a multi-cultural environment whilst at the same time discovering France. We currently have students of around 35 different nationalities studying with us. We aim to generate cultural awareness and broaden students’ minds through learning from peers and our professors who come from an array of different cultural and educational backgrounds.
Classes are offered primarily in business in the areas of Finance, Marketing, Law and Strategy. Additional courses are offered in non-business areas such as the European Union, Culture and art in France at bachelor’s level.
Law courses in English (Faculty of Law)
Every year, the Faculty of Law welcomes students who wish to join a dynamic and open university community where students, lecturers, researchers and administrative staff from different disciplines work together to achieve success and self-fulfilment.
The Faculty of Law aims to train quality jurists (lawyers, notaries, magistrates, and company lawyers) but also critical thinkers, who will be active in the development of our society. The objective is to develop the theoretical, technical, and methodological skills of our students, but also to orient them towards human training, international openness, and the understanding of developments, particularly technological developments.
The Faculty proposes a large choice of courses taught in English.
Biology - Biotechnologies courses in English (ESTBB)
Our School of Biology – Biotechnologies (ESTBB) offers a selection of English-taught courses during the Spring semester.
Languages, Translation, Communication courses in English (ESTRI)
ESTRI is a school that prepares students for today’s working world by transforming a passion for languages into a decisive asset. Through the bridges created between several fields of expertise (translation, international communication, intercultural management, marketing, events) without locking itself into any of them, the school allows students to open up to an international career.
Attaching great importance on language and culture knowledge, ESTRI offers a vast space for the development of multicultural, social and geopolitical dialogues.
The excellence of the teaching provided, in connection with research activities, and the involvement of professionals in our programmes guarantee that future graduates will be able to perfectly match their skills in translation, multilingual communication, digital marketing and international events with today’s globalised working world.
ESTRI offers a large choice of Engligh-taught courses to exchange students.
Psychology courses in English (Faculty of Psychology)
The Faculty of Psychology is committed to offering education programmes whichprovide specific and cross-disciplinary knowledge and skills useful to every student, whatever their professional orientation.
- Contemporary Issues course in English (Faculty of Literature and Civilization)
Courses in English at the Extended Learning Department (DFH)
Subject-specific learning, in an effort to ensure employability and expertise, can lead to students losing sight of the wider perspective while favouring individualistic strategies to the detriment of collective benefit. The importance of wider learning lies in honing this sense of humanity which helps the each learner to move away from a utilitarian relationship with the world and instead move towards a broader and more diversified mindset that better suits both the world we live in now as well as that of our future.
The DFH offers students :
- A wide range of methodological tools to strengthen what they’ve learnt (‘Improvisation and Public Speaking’, ‘Discernment and Critical Thinking’, ‘Introduction to radio using RCF radio station’);
- Modules to develop their curiosity (‘French cuisine: cultural heritage to discover’, ‘Cinema: the history and language of images’, ‘Introduction to french sign language’);
- The chance to gain insight into fields of research outside of their discipline to enrich their learning (‘Introduction to Psychology’, ‘A look into Clinical Criminology’, ‘Introduction to Anthropology: Unity of Humankind and Cultural Diversity’);
- A variety of practices aimed toward getting a better understanding of self-awareness (‘Relaxation, Concentration and Presence’, ‘Emotional Intelligence and Positive Psychology’, ‘Understand how the brain works to improve learning strategies’);
- Space for reflection upon the current issues of the contemporary world (‘Contemporary International Relations’, ‘The Big Ethics Debates: Artificial intelligence’, ‘Think and live interculturality’).