COVID-19

UCLY has set up a daily monitoring unit in order to adapt its measures to the evolution of the COVID-19 epidemic in conjunction with the relevant departments of the University of Lyon and UDESCA. Find below the first recommendations and provisions in place at our university.

UCLy is still open, with restrictions.

Social distancing is implemented everywhere on the campuses and mask wearing remains mandatory. Hand sanitizer gel is at your disposal all throughout the premises; be sure to use it as much as you can!

Following the announcements made on the 28th of October, President Macron issued a new declaration on the 22nd of November to the effect that France would be entering into a three-stage easing of restrictions over the next two months.

Until the 15th of December, lockdown will still be enforced but with less restrictions (extension of the daily authorized outing, limited reopening of the places of worship). Then, passed that date and if the sanitary situation continues to improve , the population should be allowed to move around the country and spend holidays with their families and friends.

The last step of this two months plan is the 20th of January when the cinemas, theaters, museums, bars, restaurants and sport centers should finally reopen.

Please find below the arrival protocols for international students on French territory

Updates to the recommendations to enter French territory

Published on the 29th of October, decree no 2020-1310 has modified categories for countries of origin. Only EU Member states can be found on the list of countries from which entry is allowed without a test. International students and researchers from countries outside the EU must prioritize getting tested before their departure. Otherwise, they can obtain a test upon arrival, which will be offered to them immediately. A test before departure remains mandatory for the following 4 countries : US, Panama, UAE, Bahraïn.

Students and international researchers, France welcomes you !

Despite the current evolution of the sanitary situation, students and researchers will continue to benefit from an exemption and can keep on coming to France, all the while respecting the sanitary recommandations.

International students will be accompanied and supported

International students living in France will be accompanied and supported by their institution and the CROUS. Every information on the measures pertaining to the lockdown in higher education can be found here:

Foire aux Questions du MESRI

France Welcomes you !

The following document, elaborated by Campus France, will help you determine which category your home country falls into and which measures apply to your specific situation.

For updates on decisions taken by public authorities, be sure to frequently visit these websites:

Medical advices

Covid 19 at UCLy FAQ