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UCLy inaugurates its Maison de la Recherche et de l'Entreprise (House of Research and Enterprise)
UCLy's "Maison de la Recherche et de l'Entreprise" was inaugurated on April 10, 2024, after several months of construction work. This new facility, located at the heart of the Saint-Paul campus, offers improved working conditions for UCLy researchers in communication with new workspaces designed for partnerships between our university and the business world. A meeting that will bring to life the confluence of disciplines and the interaction between the world of Research and business in Lyon.

Student housing in Lyon: Discover the new "Maison Saint-Bernard"
This UCLy student residence has been reinaugurated after two years of work and a thorough renovation. "This renovation project was UCLy's real estate priority in Lyon", explains the Rector of UCLy. The Maison Saint-Bernard offers 150 rooms just a few minutes' walk from the Saint-Paul and Carnot campuses. 

The Grenoble agreement: UCLy strengthens its commitment to the socio-ecological transition
On 28 September 2023, UCLy officially joined the Grenoble Agreement. This document lays out a commitment by around a hundred French higher education establishments to work together to drive forward the environmental transition. Inspired by the Paris Agreement and a result of the work of France’s Student COP2, it gives them a list of concrete goals related to the teaching, staff training, student life, working life, research and day-to-day functioning of these establishments.

2023 - 2024: The Year of Inclusion and Innovation
After the year of ‘Sciences & Humanities’ in 2022-2023, the 2023-2024 academic year will see the next stage of our journey through the history of UCLy, as we focus on "Inclusion and Innovation".

UCLy : 148 years in service of students
Founded in 1875, the Catholic University of Lyon is celebrating its 148th birthday in 2023 ! Open on the world and in tune with social evolutions, UCLy has kept growing, creating new programs and sponsoring research at the intersection between sciences and humanities.

Flipped learning to get students actively involved in their training course
What do a lecture in genetic engineering, an introduction to experimental scientific practice and revisions in microbiology have in common? The answer is that all of the above have been subject to educational innovations which have been implemented at the Graduate School of Biology-Biochemistry-Biotechnologies (ESTBB)

International solidarity, taught through e-learning!
The ESTBB University Diploma in International Solidarity – Humanitarian Healthcare Initiatives has been redesigned so that it is now delivered entirely as a distance learning course, thanks to digital technology. The programme kicked off in February 2019.

UCLy receives the "Choose France" certification
Guaranteeing the quality of the reception of international students