What courses can I take on the Arts & Humanities Campus?
Our international students are welcome to choose their modules among the various subjects taught on the Arts & Humanities Campus.
Please, check our course catalogues below. However, before you do so, we suggest that you give a look at the Academic Vocabulary which should prove helpful to understand all the acronyms and abbreviations used in the catalogue. Also, make sure that you carefully read the instructions that come with it.
We trust you’ve already come up with a learning agreement proposal when you first applied.
You might be wondering if you will have to strictly stick to it?
The pre-learning agreement is not set in stone: you are indeed given leeway on your academic choices, including once you’ve arrived. If you decide to change your original learning agreement, you will be required to get the “during the mobility” part of the ERASMUS + learning agreement approved and signed again by both your Home University Co-Ordinator as well as your Departmental Co-Ordinator at the Université de Lorraine.
Course catalogue – Fall semester: Arts, Languages and Literature
Note that our course catalogues above compile our undergraduate programmes only. For those willing to take postgraduate modules, please send an email to Barbara Schmidt (for Master’s degrees in Arts and Modern Languages) or Martine Batt (for Master’s degrees in Social Sciences) with as many details as possible about the types of courses you are looking for.
Instructions on how to read the Course catalogues can be found in Instructions choix cours CLSH ERASMUS.
Where & How can I find my timetable ?
Once you have selected all your courses, you will then need to find out where and when they take place. To do so, please check your Espace Numérique de Travail (PIM) as shown during the Orientation meeting.1
You can also refer to the “Consultation plannings” guide.
PLEASE, NOTE that our course catalogue applies to exchange students on the Arts & Humanities Campus only. A formal request will have to be made by any other exchange students (on other Campuses) wishing to take courses taught on the Arts & Humanities Campus (contacts: Barbara Schmidt and Claire Soitin).
Similarly, exchange students on the Arts & Humanities Campus will only be allowed to take courses on other campuses upon request.
1 Due to organisational reasons, the orientation meeting will take place in early September for all the incoming students starting in semester 1. For students starting in semester 2, you will be given all of the useful information as well as be shown how to use the University tools individually or in small groups in the ERASMUS Office.
Where can I find more information about each curriculum?
For more information about the different curricula, you can go to:
- Licences Langues, Littératures et Civilisations étrangères et Régionales (LLCER Allemand, Anglais, Arabe, Espagnol, Italien, Russe, Bilangue) et Langues Etrangères Appliquées (LEA)
- Licence Histoire de l’art et archéologie
- Licence Géographie
- Licence Information-Communication (Info-Com)
- Licence Philosophie
- Licence Sciences du langage
For any other degree, please visit the Campus’ webpage (in the “Formation” section).