Basic rules for a successful back-to-school start

  • Always observe preventive measures and protective gestures everywhere.
  • Register or re-register without delay to allow us to organize the beginning of the academic year as well as possible. Online registration is very quick, requires no immediate payment and can be easily modified until October 30th.
  • Build up your curriculum (PAE) as soon as possible. Without a PAE, no access to course registrations, on which the teaching will unfortunately have to rely heavily.

New bachelor students do not have to take any particular steps.  Others may usefully constitute a provisional PAE by using the "curriculum proposal" tool to access online resources while waiting to definitively choose the courses making up their annual program (Please indicate in the communication associating your proposal "Provisional PAE not to be validated" to distinguish it from actual requests).

  • Become acquainted with the practical information shared by teachers via CELCAT, via the teaching commitments and via their specific communications.

In many cases, not all students can be accommodated in the classroom at the same time but only alternately from one week to the next.  The others will attend remote courses, live or recorded.

Teaching commitments are the best way to find out the specific organizational arrangements adopted in each course (including who is expected to attend in person and when).

Practical information will also be detailed during the welcome sessions.

 

A specific welcome according to your profile

You will find below the welcome modalities and important information to note in order to organize your return to school.

You are registered for the 1st time at the University of Liège 

You are pursuing your bachelor's degree 

You are entering the master's program 

You are an Erasmus student in Liege 

In order to organize the beginning of the school year in the best sanitary conditions, it is essential to register or renew your registration without delay, if possible before the date of beginning of the courses.

You are registered for the first time at the University of Liège

Two key moments :

  • The specific reception of bachelor's students in the School of Engineering - 11 September 2020

    During the morning, you will be welcomed by the Dean. There will be a presentation by the professors who will explain the organization of the courses and of the academic year. Student clubs and the RCAE will also be present.

  • Bachelor in engineering and in architectural engineering : 9 AM - lecture hall A604 (B4)
  • Bachelor in computer science: 9:00 AM - lecture hall A204 (B4)

iconeDownload Download the document for the organization of your year :

You're pursuing your bachelor

Classes resume on Monday 14 September 2020.

In order to help you make your choice of Bachelor in Engineering electives (and thus prepare your future Master's choice), a presentation session will be organized via Lifesize. Details will be posted shortly.

Check the detailed program and the advice to choose your Bachelor in Engineering electives.

You are starting the Master's programme

Classes resume on Monday 14 September 2020.

Welcoming sessions will be organised by the heads of the different courses - Detailed schedule.

iconeAttentionStudents enrolled in a master's degree via an admission file or a bridge programme must make an appointment by email with the president of the jury of their course in order to establish their annual programme.

You are an Erasmus student in Liège

Check the "International mobility IN" page in order to prepare for your arrival at the University of Liège.

A specific information session is organized on Friday, February 14, at 12:30 pm in the Salle du Décanat (Institut de Mathématique - B37 - 1st floor). The students concerned will receive an invitation by email.

Contact : Corinne Bissot

The beginning of the academic year is marked by a return to face-to-face teaching as much as possible, provided that certain rules are respected to guarantee health safety. The University of Liège is doing everything possible to ensure a successful start to the academic year. All information is available on the Info-Coronavirus portal.
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