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Foreign Exchange Student Guide International Relations Office www.u-psud.fr/relations-internationales Summary Welcome to Université Paris-Sud 11 .............................................. 3 Presentation of the University ...................................................... 5 and the International Relations Office Accommodation in the Paris region ............................................... 9 Preparing for your stay .............................................................. 15 at Université Paris-Sud 11 Things to do on arrival ............................................................... 17 Health and social security cover ........................................................ 19 Daily life in the Paris region ............................................................... 22 Description of the 9 faculties and institutes constituting ........................ 24 Université Paris-Sud 11 2 Updated June 2006 Welcome to Université Paris-Sud 11 This guide was written for foreign students coming to Université Paris-Sud 11 for studies or placements as part of the following exchange programmes: SOCRATES/ERASMUS/ERASMUS MUNDUS CREPUQ with Quebec MICEFA with the United States and Canada It provides useful information to help you prepare for the academic and administrative aspects of your stay, together with practical information about student life. This information is complementary to the information you will already have received from the person in charge of the exchange programme at your university. 3 Université Paris-Sud 11 and the International Relations Office 4 Université Paris-Sud 11 President: Prof. Anita Bersellini Université Paris-Sud 11 (27000 students) is situated in the south of the Paris region. It consists of nine component faculties and institutes, all located along RER line B — 5 teaching and research units (UFR), an engineering school (IFIPS) and 3 technical institutes (IUT): • UFR for Sciences at Orsay • UFR STAPS at Orsay • IFIPS for the training of engineers at Orsay • UFR for Medicine at Kremlin-Bicêtre • UFR for Pharmacy at Châtenay-Malabry • UFR for Law, Ecomonics, and Management at Sceaux • IUT of Orsay (Chemistry, Computing and Physical Measurements) • IUT of Cachan (Industrial Mechanics, Production and Computing) • IUT of Sceaux (Business and Management) See the chapter concerning the faculty (UFR) or institute (IUT) of your choice for further information. The University is directed by a president elected for five years, assisted by three committees of researchers/lecturers, administrators and students: President of the University Prof. Anita Bersellini Administration Committee (CA) responsible for policy Vice President: Guy Couarraze Scientific Committee (CS) responsible for guiding research policy Vice President: David Adams Student Committee (CEVU) responsible for proposing teaching objectives to the CA Vice President: Colette Voisin Advisor to the President and Vice President responsible for Cultural Affairs Gérard Charbonneau Vice President responsible for teaching development Danielle Pesenti-Lévy Vice President responsible for International Relations Annick Weiner General Secretary Jean-Pierre Leclère 5 International Relations Office The Office co-ordinates, develops and manages inter-university co-operation in research and teaching and ensures that student mobility programmes run smoothly. Grégory Maggion Director of International Relations Office Tel. 01 69 15 30 86 Fax. 01 69 15 30 92 Gregory.email@example.com Philippe Berdagué Project Leader CREPUQ Programme (Quebec), MICEFA Programme (USA), Project Organisation Assistant Tel. 01 69 15 30 88 firstname.lastname@example.org Agnès Vannereau ERASMUS co-ordinator, joint supervision of PhDs, Integrated Actions Programmes, CROUS Housing Correspondent Tel. 01 69 15 30 89 email@example.com Fatima Zouaoui Management of "Crédits Epicure" and consolidation of existing actions, organisation of Projects Tel. 01 69 15 30 87 firstname.lastname@example.org Marianne Leclerc Management of Erasmus students, Welcome Grants, PhD Grants Tel. 01 69 15 30 84 email@example.com Anne Frescaline International mobility assistance for students, reception of postdoctoral workers Tel. 01 69 15 30 85 firstname.lastname@example.org Sandrine AMOUDRUZ Gestion ERASMUS (Bourses, missions d’enseignants), Missions, bourses d’accueil (Master, Thèse, Post-Doc) Tél. : 01 69 15 30 84 email@example.com 6 Université Paris-Sud 11 Postal Address Université Paris-Sud 11 Direction des Relations Internationales Bâtiment 407 91405 Orsay Cedex International Phone Number +33 1 69 15 30 84/85 Fax Number +33 1 69 15 30 92 Web-site www.u-psud.fr Rubric “International” 7 Accommodation in the Paris Region 8 Accommodation in the Paris Region for Foreign Exchange Students • Residences managed by the C.R.O.U.S. (Centre Régional des Oeuvres Universitaires et Scolaires): Rooms in University halls are usually only allocated to students qualifying for social assistance grants. However, Université Paris-Sud 11 has managed to obtain the right to reserve a small number of rooms for students on exchange programmes. However, you should be aware that the University halls are old buildings, especially the halls at Antony, which date from 1959. There have been very few improvements and renovations since their construction and they are not particularly comfortable. The rooms are furnished with only the basics and the showers are communal. Each floor has only a small kitchen and sometimes a washing machine, but this is not always guaranteed. If you choose this type of accommodation Université Paris-Sud 11 will undertake to find you a place in University halls, on condition that your application is received early enough (i.e. before all the places are taken). For your own information, the price per month in 2003-2004 was €172 (deposit of € 267). There are 7 university residences, 4 of which are reserved for students from the Orsay campus and the IUT of Orsay La Pacaterie Bât. 499 - campus d'Orsay 91406 Orsay Tel. 01 69 15 75 90/98 - Fax: 01 69 28 92 69 Les Jardins de Fleming Rue A. Maginot - BP 84 91400 Orsay Tel. 01 69 18 97 97 - Fax: 01 69 28 64 79 Les Rives de l'Yvette Bât. 231-233 - campus d'Orsay 91440 Bures-sur-Yvette Tel. 01 69 15 77 02 - Fax : 01 69 15 77 02 Access by RER line B - direction St-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse, station: Orsay Ville for La Pacaterie and the Jardins de Fleming; station Bures-sur-Yvette for Les Rives de l'Yvette. 3 residences are reserved for students from the IUT of Sceaux, the UFR for Law, Economics and Management at Sceaux, the UFR for Pharmacy at Châtenay-Malabry and the UFR for Medicine at Kremlin-Bicêtre: Antony Résidence Jean Zay Pavillon A - avenue Gallieni 92160 Antony Tel. 01 46 74 63 70 - Fax : 01 46 74 63 74 Access by RER line B - direction St-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse, station: Croix-de-Berny or Antony Châtenay-Malabry 75 rue Vincent Fayo 92290 Châtenay-Malabry Tel. 01 46 60 88 10 - Fax: 01 40 91 03 20 Access by RER line B - direction Robinson, station: Robinson then bus 194, stop: Vincent Fayo La résidence de Fontenay-aux-Roses 9 Rue des Saints Sauveurs 92260 Fontenay aux Roses Tel. 01 46 61 33 78 Access by RER line B - direction Robinson, station: Fontenay-aux-Roses Several choices are open to you: student hostel, private rented accommodation, University halls or elsewhere. The different options are described briefly below, to help you in your choice. Private rented accommodation is generally the most comfortable. • Independent Apartment The prices start from around €350 per month for a room, to around €425 per month for a studio flat. You will be asked for the first month in advance, together with one month's rent as a deposit and agency or signing fees. Although the total cost (rent plus charges such as water, electricity etc.) is relatively high, this option is by far and away the most comfortable. You may also have the right to housing benefit (Allocation Logement; ALS), which should reduce costs (see the end of this section). Where to look for an apartment: Union Nationale des étudiants locataires (UNEL) Go in person to the offices with your student card, €20 and a passport photograph. Open Monday to Friday from 2pm to 6pm. 21, rue du Val de Grâce - 75005 Paris - RER B, station: Port-Royal Tel. 01 40 46 86 73 - www.cidj.com LE CEP - Student Help 5, rue de l'Abbaye - 75006 Paris Tel. 01 40 61 40 00 Metro line 4, station: Saint Germain Open Monday to Friday from 10am to 5pm except school holidays. Housing service for students (aged 18 to 30): independent rooms, lodgings, lodgings in exchange for services such as cleaning, looking after the children, etc. Inscription fee: €15.50. Go in person to the offices with your student card, social security papers, a photograph and your ID. "Point office" OSE student service 11-13, rue Serpente - 75006 Paris Tel. 01 55 42 80 80 Primarily studio flats. Possibility of qualifying for housing benefit (ALS) in certain residences. Price: furnished from €325 Metro line 10: station, Cluny La Sorbonne Metro line 4: station, Saint Michel Accomodation available in private and student residences Estate Agents Personal Advertisements in Newspapers For the Orsay campus - the association "HEBERJEUNES" Université Paris Sud Bât. 301 - 91405 Orsay cedex Tel. 01 69 15 52 52/01 69 15 65 44 • Student Hostels Student hostels are an excellent transition between family life and the autonomy of living in your own apartment. Although there is no deadline for requesting a place, most of the rooms are taken up to six months in advance. Prices depend on the services offered: half-board, full-board, or breakfast only. Where to go: C.I.D.J. (Centre d'Information et de Documentation de la Jeunesse) 10 Open Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10am to 6pm, Thursdays from 1pm to 6pm and Saturdays from 9.30am to 1pm. 101 Quai Branly - 75015 Paris RER C, station: Champs de Mars; Metro, line 6: Bir Hakeim Tel. 08 25 09 06 30 ou 01 44 49 12 00 www.cidj.com U.N.M.E. (Union Nationale des Maisons Etudiantes) 2, rue Roquette - 75011 Paris Tel. 01 48 05 73 62 - Fax: 01 48 05 73 68 www.unme-asso.com C.R.O.U.S. (Centre Régional des Oeuvres Universitaires et Scolaires) 39, avenue Georges Bernanos - 75231 Paris cedex 05 Tel. 01 40 51 55 55 www.crous-paris.fr C.R.O.U.S. Versailles (Centre Régional des Oeuvres Universitaires et Scolaires) 145 bis Boulevard de la Reine BP 563 - 78005 Versailles Tel. 08 92 25 10 10 www.crous-versailles.fr Association des Foyers Internationaux 30, avenue de la Division Leclerc - 94230 Cachan Tel. 01 40 64 20 80 - Fax : 01 40 64 20 89 firstname.lastname@example.org At the Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris, RER B, station: Cité Universitaire The Cité Universitaire is situated in a 34-hectare park. Rooms are grouped into 37 "houses" of different nationalities. Where to go: You should sent a completed registration form in March, either directly to the "house" of your nationality, if there is one, or directly to: la Fondation de la Cité Internationale 17, bd Jourdan - 75690 Paris cedex 14 Tel. 01 44 16 64 00 www.ciup.fr The prices vary from €199 to €275 per month for a double room and from €282 to €400 per month for a single room Admissions service: email@example.com • University residences Residences managed by private organisations: these residences provide an excellent compromise between C.R.O.U.S. university halls and independent housing. For a studio, the prices vary between €300 and €550 per month. Where to go: La Mutuelle des Etudiants (LMDE) Orsay campus Reception: Bât. 332 - 2nd floor - room 230 Monday to Thursday: 9.30am - 1.15pm and 2pm - 5pm; Fridays: 9am - 1.15 pm except in July, September, October and November, open Friday afternoon from 2pm - 5pm Tel. 01 69 15 66 90 O.S.E. (Office des Services Etudiants) 157, rue Jeanne d'Arc - 75013 Paris Tel. 01 45 35 69 10 S.M.E.R.E.P. (Société Mutualiste des Etudiants de la Région Parisienne) Open Monday to Thursday from 9am to 6pm, and Fridays from 9am to 5.30pm 54, bd St Michel - 75006 Paris Tel. 01 56 54 36 34 Orsay campus Bât. 332 - 2nd floor - room 229 Open Monday to Friday from 9am to 4.45pm (4.30pm Fridays) 11 Tel. 01 56 54 36 34 By post only Smerep BP 617 - 75662 Paris Cedex 14 www.smerep.fr - firstname.lastname@example.org • Short-stay Housing and Lodgings U.C.R.I.F. Union des Centres de Rencontres Internationales de France (Youth Hostel) 27, rue Turbigo BP 6407 - 75064 Paris Tel. 01 40 26 57 64 - Fax : 01 40 26 58 20 www.ucrif.asso.fr - email@example.com BVJ Centre International de Paris (in the Latin Quarter) 44, rue des Bernardins - 75005 Paris Tel. 01 43 29 34 80 - Fax : 01 53 00 90 91 firstname.lastname@example.org CISP Centre International de séjour de Paris 6 avenue Maurice Ravel - 75012 Paris Tel. 01 44 75 60 00/60 06 - Fax : 01 43 44 45 30 www.cisp.asso.fr - email@example.com Guide Paris Ile de France Hotels and Tourist Residences guide, which can obtained from tourist offices and from the Congrès de Paris (price: €2.74) 127 avenue des Champs Elysées - 75008 Paris Tel. 08 92 68 30 00 (0,34 €/mn) - Fax : 01 49 52 53 10 www.parisinfo.com/ - firstname.lastname@example.org • Housing insurance Whatever type of housing you choose, you must present the organisation or person housing you with a certificate of housing insurance (against water damage, fire, etc.). If you already have this type of insurance cover in your own country, you should check that this cover also applies to your stay in France. If so, you should ask your insurer for a certificate translated into French, specifying the cover provided and your address in France. If you are not already insured, you can obtain insurance when you arrive in France from: la Mutuelle des étudiants Tel. 08 10 60 06 01 - www.lmde.com or la SMEREP 2, place de la Poste - 91440 Bures sur Yvette Tel. 01 56 54 36 34 - www.smerep.fr or any other insurer of your choice. • Housing Benefit (ALS) www.caf.fr click on "A l'étudiant" Whatever type of housing you choose, you may qualify for housing benefit (Allocation de Logement à caractère Social (ALS)). This benefit is designed to help with student housing costs. The amount you receive depends on your financial resources and your rent. You should ask for an application form from the Caisse d'Allocations Familiales in your département of residence (some university residences already have these forms). Caisse Primaire d'Assurance Maladie (CPAM) (91) 3, rue du Lycée 91400 Orsay Tel. 01 60 92 12 65 - Fax : 01 69 28 74 03 The CPAM at Orsay has a permanent CAF representative Open every Monday from 9am to midday and from 1.30pm to 4.30pm Tel. 01 60 92 12 50 Caisse d'Allocations Familiales d'Evry (91) 12 (students living in Orsay, Bures and les Ulis) 2, impasse du Telégraphe - 91013 Evry Cedex Tel. 08 20 25 91 10 Caisse d'Allocations Familiales des Hauts-de-Seine (92) (students living in Antony, Châtenay and Fontenay) 70-88, rue Paul Lescop - 92023 Nanterre Cedex Tel. 08 20 25 92 10 Caisse d'Allocations Familiales de Paris (75) (students living in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 14th, 15th and 16th arrondissements) 18, rue Viala BP 522 - 75015 Paris Cedex 15 Métro : Dupleix Tel. 08 20 25 75 10 - Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm (students living in the 9th,10th, 17th, 18th and 19th arrondissements) 67-69, avenue Jean Jaurès - 75956 Paris Cedex 19 Tel. 08 20 25 75 10 - Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 4pm (students living in the 5th, 11th, 12th, 13th and 20th arrondissements) 101, rue Nationale - 75013 Paris Tel. 08 20 25 75 10 - Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 4pm Caisse d'Allocations Familiales du Val de Marne (94) 2, voie Félix Eboué - 94033 Créteil Cedex Tel. 01 48 98 24 00 - 08 20 25 94 10 Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 4.30pm 13 Preparing for your stay at Université Paris-Sud 11 14 Preparing for your stay First, you have to contact the International Office : agnes.vannereau@u-psud, to obtain all documents useful for your registration. Be careful the following documents must be completed and sent by post (by 30th June at the latest for students beginning their courses in the first semester and by 30th November for students beginning their courses in the second semester). They must be signed by the ERASMUS co-ordinator of your home university. An exchange programme application form: This form must be completed carefully, especially the section concerning the list of courses (ECTS) that you would like to take at Université Paris-Sud 11. It should be signed by your tutor/supervisor from your home university who agrees, under the exchange programme guidelines, to certify this study period as valid towards your degree or diploma. A University residence application form, if you have chosen this type of accommodation (see section on accommodation). The International Relations Board will return this form to you indicating the dates of your stay and the residence in which you will be staying. These dates must be strictly adhered to because they correspond to the availability of your reserved room. In case of changes, please inform the International Relations Board as soon as possible. • Documents required for the completion of formalities on your arrival Student ID card from your home university valid for that year Valid national ID card or passport with a study visa This visa is obligatory for all visitors from countries outside the European Union and EFTA, and can be obtained from the French Consulate in your home country before you leave for France. It cannot be obtained in France. Civil responsibility insurance certificate translated into French, if possible Birth certificate translated into French (to obtain a Carte de Sejour if you are from outside the EU) European health insurance certificate For medical and pharmacy students whose studies require them to work in a hospital, a vaccination certificate indicating vaccination against hepatitis B, diphtheria, tetanus and polio, and the results of a tuberculin test. • Language Preparation All courses are given in French. It is therefore vital that you take an intensive French language course at your university to bring you up to speed. The language laboratory at the Orsay campus organises two-sessions intensive French language course, for beginners and intermediate level French, at the start of September. Attendance on the first day, when the level of your French will be assessed, is obligatory. Contact: Laurence Peyraud Bât. 336 Salle des Professeurs: Tel. 01 69 15 54 73 - 01 69 15 72 07 Fax : 01 69 15 73 85 email@example.com FINALLY, don't forget that during your stay at Université Paris-Sud you retain student status at your home university. You must therefore register at your home university as normal before you leave for France 15 Things to do on Arrival at Université Paris-Sud 11 16 Things to do Firstly, please inform us, by email, of the date on which you are arriving (firstname.lastname@example.org). On arrival, you should do the following, in this order: Move in to your apartment Contact the course director Complete administrative registration Request a “carte de sejour” (if needed) • Accommodation If you have opted for a room in a University residence (CROUS/UPS11), you should go to the residence at the time indicated on the confirmation of reservation sent to you by the International Relations Board, or by the CROUS (if you have opted for social housing in halls) You will be asked for: A €262 deposit (2004-2005 rates) reimbursed when you leave if the room is returned in good condition and your rent payments are up to date 4 passport photographs A photocopy of your passport or your national ID card Your ERASMUS exchange programme certificate Your room is reserved for the duration of your stay. If you intend to leave sooner than expected, you must give at least 1 months’ notice to the International Relations Board. The rent payments for the entire planned duration of your stay may be claimed from you by the CROUS. • Contacting the course director On arrival, you should contact the course director (the name of your course director is indicated in the appendix) to determine which courses you wish to take. You will find a list of names and contact details in for the institution you will attend in the last section. • Administrative registration Although already registered at your home university, you should also register at Université Paris-Sud 11. You should register at the school office of your faculty or IUT (contact details in the last section). This registration will allow you to obtain a student card, admissions certificate, and access to the University library and refectory. To register you need: 3 passport photographs Registration authorisation from the French lecturer responsible for exchange programmes Originals of any degrees and diplomas you hold and a French translation of them if you wish to obtain the Université Paris-Sud 11 diploma European medical insurance card (see next section on health and social security cover) Civil liability insurance certificate €12.19 in cash (€7.62 registration fees, €4.57 for preventive medicine registration) 17 Health and Social Security Cover 18 Health and social security cover Université Paris-Sud has an infirmary for emergency treatment and offers a preventive medicine service. The service is free, but does not deliver prescriptions or drugs. Instead, it offers a diagnostic service and helps you to choose a doctor. www.u-psud.fr/ja.nsf/vie_etud.htm!OpenPage#medecine • Social security cover Social security cover is obligatory in France. You will be asked to complete a form to obtain the reimbursement of any costs associated with medical treatment or hospitalisation, and to obtain your carte de séjour. European medical insurance card Are you planning a trip to Europe? Before you leave, think of getting the European medical insurance card: it will make it possible to cover any medical costs you may incur during your stay. The European medical insurance card is personal and non-transferable, valid for one year and free. You can obtain your card from your local health insurance office. What is the European medical insurance card? The European medical insurance card provides proof of your medical insurance rights and allows you, during a temporary stay in Europe, to benefit from cover for necessary medical care, whatever the reasons for your stay (week-end trip, holidays, studies, training courses, professional business), provided that you respect the formalities of the medical system in force in the country in which you are staying. The European medical insurance card has been available in France since June 2004 and replaces the E111 form and other forms (E110, E119, E128) previously in use. For more information see: www.ameli.fr/47/DOC/1376/article.html (in French) Students from the European Economic Area (EEA) are exempt from student contributions if they have a European medical insurance card. They are also exempt if they have a certificate of affiliation to a conventional medical insurance scheme or a private insurance covering them for the duration of their university stay. For students from Quebec: form SE401 Q 106 Exchange students from outside the EEA are exempt from student contributions if they have a certificate of affiliation to a medical insurance scheme in their home country. In all cases, the certificate must be in English, and, if possible, translated into French. • Reimbursement of medical costs For holders of a European medical insurance card or form SE401 Q106, essential medical treatment is covered by: la Caisse Primaire Assurance Maladie de l'Essonne Boulevard François Mitterand - 91039 Evry Public Access: rue Ambroise Croizat Tel. 01 60 79 79 79 - Fax : 01 60 79 78 91 www.cpam91.fr - email@example.com to which you must send: A photocopy of your European medical insurance card or form SE401 Q106 Your French bank account details (the relevé d'identité bancaire - RIB) or French postal account details (relevé d’identité postal –RIP) The papers (feuilles de maladie) and prescriptions given to you by the doctor. The stickers on the packets of the drugs should be stuck on the feuille de maladie. 19 Students benefiting from French Student Social Security must choose whether to be attached to Centre 601 or 61 at the time of registration. The selected centre will then send you a social security card. On presentation of this card in pharmacies, you will only have to pay that part of the cost of the medicines not covered by the Social Security. Students benefiting from voluntary insurance should contact their insurer directly. • Private health insurance Social Security does not reimburse all the costs of a medical visit or medicines. You are therefore advised to subscribe to private medical insurance, either in your home country or in France. More information can be obtained from "Mutuelle des étudiants", an insurer providing up to 100% cover. la Mutuelle des étudiants Tel. 08 10 60 06 01 - www.lmde.com or la SMEREP 2, place de la Poste - 91440 Bures sur Yvette Tel. 01 56 54 36 34 - www.smerep.fr 20 21 Daily Life in the Paris Region 22 Daily life • Banks You can open an account at the post office (La Poste) or any bank by simply presenting one form of ID (passport or national ID). You may also be asked for an admissions certificate and proof of funding (a grant or bursary certificate, for example) However, it is a good idea to obtain an international credit card before you leave for France. Banks are usually open Tuesday to Saturday from 9am to midday and 2pm to 5.30pm. • Letters The cost of sending a letter weighing less than 20g to other countries within the European Union is currently €0.53. • Transport The southern Paris region is served by RER line B. This line runs through the centre of Paris with stops at Châtelet-les-Halles and Gare du Nord. From these and other stations on the line, you can access the Paris Metro (RATP). If you intend to take the RER or Metro frequently you can buy a monthly pass (the Carte Orange). Prices are between €50.40 per month for zones 1 & 2 and €99.10 per month for zones 1 - 5. More information is available from most stations. (RATP info - Tel. 08 92 68 77 14/RATP info flash Tel. 08 10 03 04 05 + 3615 RATP - www.ratp.fr). For information The price for a book of 10 tickets for the Metro (Paris only) or buses is €10.50 - the price of a single ticket is €1.40. Carte Imagine R: this is a Carte Orange for students available for one year and payable over 9 months. The prices are between €271.10 for zones 1 & 2 and €587.60 for zones 1 - 5. This is half the price of the Carte Orange. • Expect a minimum monthly budget of 800€ As a student you can benefit from reductions in cinemas, theatres, museums and certain shops. The Centre National des Oeuvres Universitaires et Scolaires has produced a brochure entitled "Je vais en France": www.crous-nancy-metz.fr/Venir_en_France/brochure.htm, which can be consulted at the cultural services section in French embassies and consulates in your home country. This brochure provides all the details you need on the practicalities of daily life in France. • National Holidays New Year's Day 1st January Easter Monday in March or April Mayday 1st May VE day 8th May Ascension A Thursday in May National Holiday 14th July Assumption 15th August All Saints Day 1st November Armistice Day 11th November Christmas Day 25th December • University holidays The university year usually starts around 15th September, especially for the Sciences (the exact date depends on the subject ; your course director should be able to provide you with more precise information), and finishes at the end of June. There is a two-week holiday around Christmas and a two-week holiday around Easter. For some disciplines, there is also a one-week holiday in February. 23 Description of the 9 Faculties and Institutes constituting Université Paris-Sud 11 24 UF R fo r S cie nc es Centre scientifique d'Orsay Avenue Georges Clémenceau 91405 Orsay Cedex Tel. 01 69 15 67 50 - Fax : 01 69 15 63 64 www.u-psud.fr Access :RER line B - direction St-Rémy-les-Chevreuse, stations: Le Guichet, Orsay-Ville or Bures-sur-Yvette. This is the oldest campus of Université de Paris-Sud 11 (13000 students). It was essentially created for research in scientific domains: applied and theoretical physics, chemistry, pure and applied mathematics, animal and plant biology, ecology, computing, geology and musical studies (CFMI). The International Relations Board has an office on the Orsay campus (the days and times of opening are subject to change during the year): Library - Bât 407 - 1st floor - every Wednesday and Friday from 1pm to 2pm. It can help you with any administration problems you may have. Dean : Professor Philippe Masson Representative of the General Secretary: Patrice Godart Tel. 01 69 15 52 17 SOCRATES Correspondent: Alain Cordier Tel. 01 64 46 83 67 - Fax: 01 64 46 94 04 firstname.lastname@example.org School office managers: Laure Siery Bât 407 - Tel. 01 69 15 43 58 - Fax : 01 69 15 43 63 email@example.com 1st year: Marie Nguyen - Bât. 336 ground floor Tel. 01 69 15 74 03 firstname.lastname@example.org 2nd year: Chantal Maguero - Bât. 336 ground floor Tel. 01 69 15 79 96 email@example.com 3rd year: Anne Armandou - Bât. 301 Tel. 01 69 15 66 52 firstname.lastname@example.org The services are open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9am to midday and from 1pm to 4.30pm, with full-day opening Tuesdays and Thursdays. Course directors for SOCRATES/ERASMUS Biology Catherine Dreux - Bât. 430 Tel. 01 69 15 80 33 - Fax: 01 69 15 85 37 email@example.com - firstname.lastname@example.org Chemistry Philippe Berdagué - Bât. 410 Tel. 01 69 15 30 88 - Fax: 01 69 15 30 92 email@example.com 25 Geology Hermann Zeyen - Bât. 504 Tel. 01 69 15 49 09 - Fax: 01 69 15 48 63 firstname.lastname@example.org computing (IUT) Jean-Pierre Fournier - Bât. 609 Tel. 01 69 33 61 18 - Fax: 01 69 33 61 10 email@example.com Mathematics Sylvie Ruette - Bât. 430 Tel. 01 69 15 71 67 - Fax: 01 69 15 63 48 firstname.lastname@example.org Physics Alain Cordier - Bât. 200 Tel. 01 64 46 83 67 - Fax: 01 64 46 83 97 email@example.com Jean Bretagne - Bât. 210 Tel. 01 69 15 78 44 - Fax: 01 69 15 78 81/72 51 firstname.lastname@example.org Claudie Mory - Bât. 510 Tel. 01 69 15 53 69 - Fax: 01 69 15 60 86 email@example.com General Information • Health: preventive medicine and student health promotion Bât. 336 – Secretary, door 05 Tel. 01 69 15 65 39 Health centre, door 06 Tel. 01 69 15 76 07 Open every day from 8.30am to 5pm, except Fridays from 8.30am to midday • Library Bât. 407 Tel. 01 69 15 69 94 - Fax : 01 69 15 61 81 Open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8.30am to 6.30pm Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8.30am to 7pm and Saturdays from 9am to 1pm www.u-psud.fr/Bibliors.nsf/ • University refectories - Cafeterias Resto-U at Orsay - Bât. 406 Open from Monday to Friday from 11.30am to 1.30pm and from 6.15pm to 7.30pm Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 11.45am to 1.15pm and from 6.30pm to 7.30pm Cafeteria from Monday to Friday from 7.30am to 4.30pm Grill from Monday to Friday from 11.30am to 1.30pm Resto-U at Bures - Bât. 230 Open from Monday to Friday from 11.30am to 1.30pm Grill from Monday to Friday from 11.30am to 2.30pm Cafeteria - Bât. 332 26 Open from Monday to Friday from 7.30am to 4.30pm "Café des sports" serving the same food as the "Grills" and "Resto-U" Open from Monday to Friday from 11.30am to 11pm non-stop • Sport Sports office - Bât. 225 gymnasium André Raquin Contact: Michel Sirot - Tel. 01 69 15 77 04 ASESCO (Association Sportive des Etudiants en Sciences du Campus d'Orsay) Tel. 01 69 15 77 04 Open/closed during summer: administrative buildings are closed to the public during August 27 UFR STAPS – Faculty of Sport Sciences Campus universitaire d'Orsay Bât. 335 - 91405 Orsay Cedex Tel. 01 69 15 61 57 www.u-psud.fr/staps The UFR STAPS (sports science) was the 30th French UFR dedicated to sports science of the 46 established. The UFR STAPS of Paris-Sud 11 is one of the largest STAPS departments and is the only such department in France offering STAPS courses from Licence 1 to PhD. Some figures for the UFR STAPS: ♦ 1400 students, plus more that 300 students registered for competitive entry examinations ♦ 70 lecturers including 21 researcher/lecturers, 7 temporary researcher/lectures (ATER) and 42 teachers, plus 150 temporary staff and course co-ordinators ♦ 29 service and administration staff Dean: Jean Bertsch Representative of the Secretary General: Jean-Michel Roland Secretary to the Board: Marie-Pierre Richoux Tel. 01 69 15 61 98 firstname.lastname@example.org International relations correspondent: Michel-Ange Amorim Tel. 01 69 15 52 50 - Fax : 01 69 15 62 22 email@example.com ASESCO association: Eliane Bourens Tel. 01 69 15 79 32 firstname.lastname@example.org Summer closure: August 2nd to 22nd 28 IFIPS (Institut de Formation des Ingénieurs de Paris- Sud) for the training of engineers Campus Orsay Fac Plateau Bâtiment 620 Tel. 01 69 33 86 00 www.ifips.u-psud.fr Director: François Aguillon Tel. 01 69 15 86 54 email@example.com Domains: ♦ Industrial electronics and computing (EII) ♦ Electrical engineering (GE) ♦ Computing (INFo) ♦ Materials (MAT) ♦ Optronics (OPTRO) Head of International Relations –Socrates Correspondent: Françoise Meyer Tel. 01 69 33 86 13 - Fax : 01 69 41 99 57 Francoise.firstname.lastname@example.org 29 Faculty of Medicine Centre scientifiques d'Orsay 63, Gabriel Péri 94276 Le Kremlin-Bicêtre Tel. 01 49 59 67 67 - Fax: 01 49 59 67 00 www.u-psud.fr/kb Access: RER line B, station: Gentilly, then bus 125, stop: Convention-Jean-Jaurès. Metro: direction - Villejuif, station: Le Kremlin-Bicêtre on foot: 31, rue de la Convention The faculty of medicine (3071 students) teaches and trains doctors and researchers in the fields of life sciences and health. The building housing most of the faculty is situated in Bicêtre Hospital. Two other hospitals are attached to the faculty: Antoine Béclère and Paul Brousse. Conventions have also been signed with several other establishments, notably the Gustave Roussy Institute, the Marie Lannelongue surgical centre, the Fondation Vallée and the Louise Michel Hospital at Evry. Dean: Bernard Charpentier Representative of the General Secretary: Alain Bardou International Relations Correspondent: … Tel. 01 49 59 66 06 - Fax : 01 49 59 67 00 email@example.com Medical Studies: Nelly Perret Tel. 01 49 59 66 10 - firstname.lastname@example.org Doctoral Studies: Jean-Jacques Maynard Tel. 01 49 59 66 22 - email@example.com Course directors for SOCRATES/ERASMUS Medicine Dr Renato Fanchin - Antoine Béclère Hospital Hôpital Antoine Béclère Tel. 01 45 37 44 44 - Fax : 01 45 37 49 80 firstname.lastname@example.org Prof Didier Samuel - Hôpital Paul Brousse Tel. 01 45 59 34 03 - Fax : 01 45 59 38 57 email@example.com General Information • Preventive medicine and student health Bureau de la Médecine Préventive: Level 4 - Office 459 - 461 Tel. 01 49 59 67 62 The doctor is present: Tuesdays from 9am to 12.30pm The infirmary is open: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9am to 4.45pm • Social Assistant: Mme Claude Beaudequin IUT of Cachan Mondays and Tuesday, by appointment only Tel. 01 41 24 11 08 Bus 187 - Station: La Plaine 9, avenue de la Division Leclerc - 94230 Cachan 30 • Library Level 3 of the Faculty of Medicine Tel. 01 49 59 67 80 - Fax : 01 49 59 67 78 Open from Monday to Thursday from 9am to 10.30pm, Fridays from 9am to 8pm (reduced hours during the university holidays) www.u-psud.fr/Biblikb.nsf/Accueil.htm • Antoine Béclère Hospital Tel. 01 46 31 82 90 - Fax : 01 45 37 00 45 Open from Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm • University refectories - Cafeteria Resto-U - Self-service: open from Monday to Friday from 11.45am to 2pm Cafeteria: from Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 11am and from 11.30am from 3.30pm • Sport Director: Sébastien Collet Level 2 Office 254 Tel. 01 49 59 67 64 – office open Fridays from midday to 2pm Open/closed during summer: Closed during August 31 on foot: 31, rue de la Convention bus: 125 or 186 (Station: Convention - Jean-Jaurès) bus: 470, 131 or 323 (Station: Le Kremlin-Bicêtre) Metro: direction - Villejuif, Station: Le Kremlin-Bicêtre RER: Station: Gentilly + bus 125 (Station: Convention - Jean-Jaurès) by car: 63, rue Gabriel Péri or 78, rue du Général Leclerc (Parking under the hospital) 32 Faculty of Pharmacy Faculté de Pharmacie de Châtenay-Malabry 5, rue Jean-Baptiste Clément 92296 Châtenay-Malabry Cedex Tel. 01 46 83 57 89 - Fax : 01 46 83 13 03/57 35 www.u-psud.fr/Chatenay/Pharmacie.nsf Access: Metro line 13, station: Châtillon then bus 294, stop: Faculté de Pharmacie or RER line B - direction Robinson, station: Robinson then bus 194, arrêt: Allende or RER line B - direction Massy-Palaiseau, station: Antony then bus 196, stop: Les Godets. The Faculty of Pharmacy (3000 students) prepares students for the Doctor d'Etat (State Diploma) in Pharmacy degree. From the 5th year onwards, students choose to follow one of three options: dispensing, industrial or hospital pharmacy. Dean: Dominique Porquet Representative of the General Secretary: Marie-Ange Marrou International Relations Correspondent and SOCRATES Correspondent Awaiting nomination School office manager: Patricia Buffat Bât. A - Tel. 01 46 83 53 42 firstname.lastname@example.org Course directors for SOCRATES/ERASMUS Elias Fattal Tel. 01 46 83 55 68 - Fax: 01 46 61 93 34 email@example.com Jean-Louis Grossiord Tel. 01 46 83 56 14 - Fax: 01 46 83 58 82 firstname.lastname@example.org Gilles Ponchel Tel. 01 46 83 59 19 - Fax: 01 46 61 93 34 email@example.com Renée Ventura-Clapier Tel. 01 46 83 58 52 - Fax: 01 46 83 13 03 firstname.lastname@example.org General Information • Preventive medicine and student health Medical service: Bât. A - ground floor, room AB 17 • Social Assistants No office on site; to contact an assistant, telephone the IUT of Sceaux Tel. 01 40 91 04 84 or the IUT of Cachan: Tel. 01 41 24 11 08 to arrange an appointment • Library Tel. 01 46 83 54 48 Bât. A: open from Monday to Thursday from 9am to 6pm and Fridays from 9am to 5pm 33 www.u-psud.fr/biblipha.nsf/paged'accueil.htm • University refectories - Cafeteria Resto-U and Grill: open from 11.30am to 1.45pm CROUS Cafeteria: open from 8am to 6pm Hall d'Honneur Cafeteria: open from 8am to 5.30pm • Sport Sports centre - Contact: Gilles Artiguenave - Tel. 01 41 87 03 40 You will have to cross rue J.B. Clément for the swimming pool, gymnasium, dance hall and football and handball pitches. Open/closed during summer: the school is closed in August 34 F acu lty of La w Economic Sciences and Management Faculté Jean Monnet 54 Bd Desgranges 92331 Sceaux Cedex Tel. 01 40 91 17 00 - Fax : 01 46 60 92 62 www.jm.u-psud.fr Access: RER line B - direction Robinson, station: Robinson The Jean Monnet Faculty (4550 student) prepares students for Law, Economics and Management degrees. It comprises two teaching sites: Sceaux and Orsay. Dean: Jean-Pierre Faugère Representative of the General Secretary: Martine Caris International Relations Correspondent and SOCRATES co-ordinator: Jérôme Fromageau Tel. 01 40 91 17 25 - Fax: 01 40 91 17 15 email@example.com Foreign student reception: Florence Peyre Tel. 01 40 91 17 83 - Fax : 01 40 91 01 05 firstname.lastname@example.org School Office (Bât. B - 1st floor) Administrator: 1st and 2nd years Catherine Proust Tel. 01 40 91 17 51 - Fax: 01 40 91 17 15 email@example.com Course directors for SOCRATES/ERASMUS Law Jérôme Fromageau Tel. 01 40 91 17 25 - Fax: 01 40 91 17 15 firstname.lastname@example.org Brigitte Basdevant Tel. 01 40 91 18 36 - Fax: 01 46 91 17 31 email@example.com Management Michel Darbelet Tel. 01 40 91 18 79 - Fax: 01 40 91 18 62 firstname.lastname@example.org Economics Bernard Vallageas Tel. 01 40 91 17 32 - Fax: 01 46 60 92 62 email@example.com Political Sciences Selim El Sayegh Tel. 01 40 91 17 22 - Fax: 01 40 91 17 78 firstname.lastname@example.org 35 General Information • Preventive medicine and student health Médecine préventive: Bât. 8 - lower ground floor Tel. 01 40 91 17 12 Office open Mondays and Tuesdays from 9am to 5pm, Thursdays and Fridays from 9am to 12.30pm, Wednesdays from 9am to 12.30pm - Saturdays from 8.30am 12.30pm • Doctor for students Office B012: Tuesdays from 1.30pm to 4.30pm - Wednesdays from 9am to midday Mondays, Tuesday and Thursdays from 9am to 5pm The 1st and 2nd Fridays in even numbered weeks in the month from 9am to 5pm • Library Bibliothèque universitaire, Bât. G Open from Monday to Friday from 9am to 7pm and Saturdays from 9am to 4pm Tel. 01 40 91 19 00 www.u-psud.fr/sceaux1n.nsf/accueilsceaux.htm Annexe d'Orsay - Bât. 236 Ter Open from Monday to Friday from 9am to 5.30pm and Saturdays from 9am to 1pm Tel. 01 69 15 56 04 • University refectories - Cafeterias Resto-U and Grill: open every day from 11.30am to 2pm Cafeteria: Bât. F, ground floor - open every day from 8am to 6.15pm Brasserie: Bât. E Jean-Monnet Faculty at Orsay Cafeteria: Bât. 236, open from Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 4pm • Sport Sports halls in the new buildings Contact: Marie Romain - Tel. 01 40 91 17 00 Open/closed during the summer: closed in August 36 IUT of Orsa y Chemistry Computing Physical Measurements Plateau de Moulon - 91400 Orsay Tel. 01 69 33 60 00 - Fax: 01 60 19 33 18 www.iut-orsay.fr Access: RER line B - direction St-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse, station: le Guichet then bus (stop: IUT) 1080 students Director: Didier Fayard Representative of the General Secreatry: Monique Hocreitère Director of International Relations and SOCRATES co-ordinator: Chantal Escudié Tel. 01 69 33 61 13 - Fax: 01 69 33 61 10 email@example.com School office manager: Marie-Line Chevrier Tel. 01 69 33 60 24 The school office is open from 9am to 11.30am and from 2.30pm to 4.30pm General Information • Health centre Bât. E - ground floor - Office 005 Tel. 01 69 33 60 28 Open every day from 8.30am to 5pm, except Thursday afternoons • Social Assistant Health centre: every Monday from 1pm to 4pm Tel. 01 69 33 60 28 • Library Tel. 01 69 33 60 17 Bât. D open from Monday to Thursday from 8.30am to 5.30pm Fridays from 8.30am to 5pm www.iut-orsay.fr/bibliotheque.html • University refectories - Cafeterias SUPELEC Restaurant, next to the IUT Cafeteria open from 7.30am to 4pm • Sport Enquiries at the BDE (Bureau des Etudiants - Student office) from Monday to Friday from 12.30pm to 2pm Tel. 01 69 33 60 09 Open/closed during summer: administration open in July - closed in August 37 IUT of Cachan Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering 9 avenue de la Division Leclerc BP 140 - 94234 Cachan cedex Tel. 01 41 24 11 00 - Fax: 01 41 24 11 99 www.u-psud.fr/iut-cachan Access: RER line B - direction Bourg-la-Reine, station: Arcueil Cachan then bus 187, stop: La Plaine 1130 students Director: Georges Michaïlesco Representative of the General Secretary: Monique Goulvestre Tel. 01 41 24 11 01 - Fax : 01 41 24 11 99 firstname.lastname@example.org International Relations Correspondent: Pascale Vareille Tel. 01 41 24 11 31 - Fax : 01 41 24 11 99 email@example.com School office manager: Brigitte Leclerc Tel. 01 41 24 11 10 - firstname.lastname@example.org The school office is open from 8.30am to midday and from 1pm to 5.30pm * IUP: Institut Universitaire Professionnalisé - Professional University Institute Contact : Farida LEIMANI - 01 41 24 11 56 Simone TOURNIER - 01 41 24 11 55 General Information • Preventive medicine and student health Bât. B ground floor Office 012 - Tel. 01 41 24 11 09 Infirmary open daily. Doctor present Tuesday afternoons • Social Assistants Mondays and Tuesdays by appointment Tel. 01 41 24 11 08 - email@example.com • Library Bât. C, 1st floor - Tel. 01 41 24 11 14 Open from Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 5.30pm www.u-psud.fr/iut-cachan.nsf/indexcachan.htm • University refectories - Cafeterias There is a cafeteria serving fast-food at the IUT There is also university refectory (ENS) serving full meals, next to the IUT, open from Mondays to Fridays • Sport Sports Office – Contact: Pierre Blanc Tel. 06 60 47 91 18 - Fax: 01 46 74 03 87 firstname.lastname@example.org Office open every day from midday to 2pm Open/closed during summer: The IUT is closed from 2nd to 20th August 38 IUT of Sceaux Management and Business Administration Commercial Techniques 8 avenue Cauchy - 92330 Sceaux Tel. 01 40 91 24 99 - Fax : 01 46 60 64 79 www.iut-sceaux.u-psud.fr Access: RER line B- direction Robinson, station: Robinson or Sceaux then buses 128, 192, 194 or 395 1600 students Director IUT: Jean-Gilles Mbianga Representative of the General Secretary: Martine Khebian Martine.Khebian@serv.iut-sceaux.u-psud.fr SOCRATES/ERASMUS/IUT Co-ordinator: Annie Goulvent Tel. 01 40 91 24 32 - Fax: 01 47 02 55 17 email@example.com SOCRATES IUP Co-ordinator: Jean-Luc Bazet Tel. 01 40 91 24 15 - Fax: 01 41 13 83 73 firstname.lastname@example.org School office manager: Odile Riou Tel. 01 40 91 24 11 - Fax: 01 40 91 24 19 email@example.com The school office is open from 8.30am to midday and from 1.30pm to 5pm * IUP: Institut Universitaire Professionnalisé - Professional University Institute General Information • Preventive medicine and student health Level 3 - Office 324 Preventive medicine: Tel. 01 40 91 24 01 Open Mondays from 8.30am to 4pm and Thursdays from 9am to 5pm • Social Assistant Social service: from Wednesday to Friday by appointment Tel. 01 40 91 04 84 • Library Open from Monday to Thursday from 9am to 6pm Saturdays from 9am to midday Tel. 01 40 91 24 66 firstname.lastname@example.org • University refectories - Cafeterias Cafeteria: open from Monday to Friday from 7.30am to 4.45pm Tel. 01 40 91 24 30 • Sport Sports Association: Tel. 01 40 91 24 17 Open/closed during summer: university centre closed from 24th July to 29th August 39 Useful Addresses Accredited Translators Intermigrants 2, Cité de l'Ameublement 75011 Paris Tel. 01 43 56 20 50 40 Have a good stay at Université Paris-Sud 11 We hope this you find this guide prepared by the International Relations Board useful. Please feel free to make suggestions for improvements. The International Relations office Team.
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