As the remote exam session is approaching at high speed, you will find on the menu of this twelfth newsletter "Study" videos with practical advice to help you prepare for it as well as possible. Then, the "Fondation maisons pour étudiants" informs you that housing is currently available in the vicinity of the campus. Discover also the next webinar organized by the UNIL Entrepreneurship and Innovation HUB. To close this newsletter, an article about UNIL's quality assurance system, which will be reviewed by an independent agency.
June exams: new tutorials
The Guidance and Career Service and the Teaching Support Centre have prepared new videos to help you prepare for this particular exam session, since it will be held entirely remotely.
Student housing is currently available for June 16 and July 1, 2020. To book a room or studio at the Fondation maisons pour étudiants Lausanne (FMEL), log on to the online booking portal and receive your e-contract in just a few clicks. The FMEL offers furnished accommodation on campus or in the vicinity of UNIL.
Small reminders concerning the progressive reopening of the campus
Until further notice, the buildings remain closed to students until the August exam session. However, you can still access the premises by invitation, for example if you need to contact your Master's director. You will find all other information about the gradual reopening of the Dorigny campus on the schedule.
Webinar: How to continue to build a spirit of solidarity after the crisis?
Alaya, a company labeled B Corp, is the leading Swiss digital platform in the field of solidarity commitment. It allows company employees to support associations with their time or money.
To talk about it, the UNIL Entrepreneurship and Innovation HUB invited Guillaume Granelli, co-founder of Alaya, UNIL alumni (HEC 2015), elected entrepreneur of the year by Forbes "30 under 30" in the "social impact" category. See you on Thursday 18 June from 12:00 to 1:00 pm. This webinar is free of charge.
Life goes on
UNIL's quality assurance system under the experts' scrutiny
The first institutional accreditation of UNIL was launched this year. UNIL's quality assurance system will be reviewed by an independent agency. What is at stake? Federal and cantonal subsidies, as well as the right to call itself a "university". Read the article to find out more.