Campus Vauban is a place overflowing with life. As the third largest student city in France, the many universities, colleges and vocational institutes give Lille its young, dynamic population. The presence of so many students means that Lille is the place to be for partying, cultural events, sport and eating out… Our international Campus welcome 33000 students per year from 120 nationalities. 


Les Facultés de l’Université Catholique de Lille has chosen LivinFrance to help you settle down in Lille.
LivinFrance is a platform where you can follow all of your administrative procedures (such as CAF, VISA…).
You can also subscribe to essential services (bank, housing, insurance and many more…). They will help you before and during your stay and they will do their best to make you feel
great in Lille!

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All logement

ALL has 22 halls of residence available to students (for 1 500 students in all).
We develop community spirit in the residences by asking former students to support new residents and by organising a wide range of events.

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Food services

Ideally located in the heart of the city, the Université Catholique de Lille campus is next to several places where you can have lunch. There are structures reserved for students, but also very good fast-food establishments where you can treat yourself !

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University Library

University library Vauban


Opening hours: From Monday to Friday,
8.30am to 8pm, Saturday 8.30am to 5pm

Electronic resources available 24/7

60 rue du Port – 59040 LILLE cedex
Tél. –  contact-
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Le All sport own 3 sports centres :
● A fitness room, composed of a bodybuilding and cardio training space, and a open space for classes given by certified coaches (Abs and Thighs, Zumba, Boxing, Yoga…)
● A Gymnasium, open to sports clubs and schools, located in rue Colson.
● A sports Centre at Ennetières en Weppes : rugby, football, volleyball, tennis, bowls, two indoor halls (badminton, table
tennis, basketball…)

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Student's Union

The Student’s Union of the Arts and Humanities Faculty organises many events (cultural, solidarity, integration, outings, trips …) in order to bring students together, to create a group spirit among student on the same course and provide time for discussing and sharing.

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At the Arts and Humanities Faculty, we attach great importance to the success of our students. To achieve this, a number of measures have been put in place: small classes, available teachers, administrative staff who listen, and for several years now, we have been introducing tutoring between students. This scheme is much appreciated by both the “tutor” students and the students benefiting from this assistance.
Mounia, a student in the Licence Langues, Lettres et Civilisations Etrangères Anglais program, benefited from tutoring with Pauline, a student in the Master 2 Langues, Lettres et Civilisations Etrangères Anglais program.

“Madame Bray, one of my teachers, told me about this tutoring program because I was having some difficulty with English grammar, themes and versions. Being helped by a student broke down any awkwardness we might have had with a teacher right from the start. During the tutoring we were three students and we had a one-hour session every week. Pauline remained available and always knew how to help us as much as possible. I would recommend tutoring to every student so that they can learn more outside the lessons given by the teachers.”

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International Relations Assistant
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