Discover new practical videos to help you at the beginning of your exam session. For the rest of this thirteenth "Study" newsletter, UNIL's central services remind you that they are always at your disposal (but at a distance), as is the Fédération des associations d'étudiant-e-s. The libraries are changing their schedules for this summer, and you will also learn that Lausanne University Sports has prepared a rich summer programme, including a "Multisports summer 2020 subscription" and courses on campus and online. Then, the Swiss Innovation Agency Innosuisse presents you its (free) training to learn how to create your own startup, among other things. Finally, life goes on with an exhibition that is both digital and poetic.
Tutorials to guide you through the exam session.
IT Help Tutorials, produced by the Teaching Support Centre (Centre de soutien à l'enseignement (CSE) :
Coaching tutorials, produced by the CSE and the Guidance and Career Services :
UNIL's central services always at your disposal
The Guidance and Career Service, the Social Affairs and Student Mobility Service (SASME) and the Registration and Enrolment Service can be contacted and will answer your requests by e-mail, as the reception areas in the buildings remain closed for the time being. Under certain conditions, face-to-face meetings can be arranged.
Please note that you can also call the SASME on +41 (0)21 692 21 13 from Monday to Friday, from 10 am to 1 pm and from 2 pm to 5 pm.
Psychotherapeutic consultations remain active. Under certain conditions, they can take place on the Dorigny campus. To make an appointment: email@example.com
The Fédération des associations d'étudiant-e-s (FAE) also supports you, here is its message
A short message to wish you good luck with your revisions and exams. This semester has been particularly difficult for all of us, but we have seen a lot of understanding, solidarity and mutual help within the student community.
We remain particularly attentive to the upcoming exams and any problems you may encounter. The FAE team is also immersing itself in its revisions, but we remain available to respond to you by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or on our networks.
We would like to take this opportunity to announce that we will be recruiting for our Executive Board at the beginning of September and we are already looking forward to receiving your application, if you wish to join us and participate in defending the rights and interests of students!
Cantonal and University Library
From June 8 to August 10, the library schedules are modified. The libraries of the Unithèque and the Internef are open from 11 am to 3 pm from Monday to Friday. All BCU site schedules are available here.
Multifunction printers, free access, special collections... Click here to find all the special conditions related to the current situation.
Lausanne University Sports is with you this summer!
Exceptional situation, exceptional sports offer. Discover the "summer 2020 multi-sports subscription" to access courses on the Dorigny campus as well as free "live training" lessons, to be taken from home until 17 July 2020. Not forgetting a rich free programme on the occasion of International Yoga Day (21 June), with seven professionals. More information.
"Business Concept Training" course at the start of the 2020 school year
Master and doctoral students from all disciplines: register before 15 July for the free, accelerated inter-university "Business Concept Training" course commissioned by the Swiss Innovation Agency (Innosuisse). This programme, which will start in mid-September 2020 (until mid-December 2020) every Tuesday evening, will give you the opportunity to acquire business knowledge and experience the creation of a start-up.
Life goes on
Poetry in its most beautiful digital form
Have we entered a new poetic era? At the Château de Morges, computers with artificial intelligence are writing haikus and quatrains are presented on state-of-the-art screens... Exploring the relationship between poetry and digital technologies, the exhibition "Code/Poetry (Digital Lyric)", temporarily closed due to the pandemic, is once again open until 4 July.
According to Antonio Rodriguez, professor of French literature at UNIL and co-director of the event, solutions have been found to respect the sanitary rules in force so that "interaction does not rhyme with contagion". The project, supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation, is the result of a collaboration between UNIL, EPFL, the « Haute École d'ingénierie et de gestion du canton de Vaud » and the « Haute École d'art et de design de Genève ».
For Antonio Rodriguez, co-director and instigator of the project, "Like books, screens can give poetry the setting it deserves. Read the interview.
Discover also the point of view of the co-director of the exhibition, Sarah Kenderdine, professor of digital museology at EPFL. Read the article.