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Guide Étudiant 2017-2018 – ERRATUM

Trois erreurs de dates apparaissent dans le calendrier de l’année académique, aux pages 12 et 14, du Guide Étudiant 2017-2018.

. Mardi 27 septembre 2017 à Mercredi 27 septembre 2017 : Congé (fêtes de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles)

. Vendredi 11 novembre 2017 à Samedi 11 novembre 2017 : Congé (Armistice)

. Mardi 15 août  2018  à Mercredi 15 août 2018 Congé (Assomption)

Toutes nos excuses !

Franz ANDRÉ

Équipe RP de la Faculté

Calendrier électoral facultaire

Chers étudiants,

Veuillez trouver par le lien ci-dessous le calendrier électoral facultaire et les échéances qui en découlent

LTC – Calendrier électoral 2017

L’écriture comme acte de résistance – colloque sur la littérature arabe contemporaine

Toutes les informations pratiques via le lien suivant:

http://www.bozar.be/fr/activities/132725-l-ecriture-comme-acte-de-resistance

 

 

Journée « Plan B » ce 19 septembre

Se réorienter, c’est possible !

Vous êtes étudiant.e de bloc 1 et l’année a été difficile ? Vous avez partiellement réussi et vous hésitez à vous réinscrire ? Vous avez bossé dur pendant les sessions d’examens mais les résultats ne suivent pas ? Vous êtes obligé.e de vous réorienter ? En bref, vous réfléchissez à un Plan B ?

Ne manquez pas la Journée d’aide à la réorientation de ce 19 septembre : http://www.ulb.ac.be/de/infor-etudes/Plan-B.html

Guide de l’étudiant 2017-2018

Le guide de l’étudiant répond à (presque) toutes vos questions. Il est disponible auprès de votre secrétariat de filière !

Vous pouvez également le télécharger : http://www.ulb.ac.be/facs/ltc/docs/InformationsAdministratives/GuideEtudiant_LTC_1718.pdf

Bonne rentrée !

Prochaine conférence de la section de polonais à l’ULB

Toutes les informations en cliquant sur l’affiche ci-dessous

XIX World Festival of Youth and Students is to be held on October 14-22, 2017 in Sochi, Russia

The main event for youth and students from all over the world!

XIX World Festival of Youth and Students is to be held on October 14-22, 2017 in Sochi, Russia.

This decision was made by the World Federation of the Democratic Youth and international students’ organizations on February 7, 2016, at the consultation meeting on the host country of the 19th Festival. Russia hosted the festival twice in its Soviet period of history – in 1957 (VI festival) and in 1985 (XII festival). VI World Festival of 1957 held in Moscow was the largest one in terms of the number of participants in the history of the festival movement.

The Festival is aimed at consolidating the youth around the idea of justice, strengthening international ties, as well as promoting international and intercultural cooperation.

Following the history of the festival movement, the 19th Festival will open a new phase in international cooperation and unite future generations behind the idea of peace and friendship.

As in previous years, the Festival’s emblem is a colorful chamomile, which stands for the continuity of traditions, intergenerational ties, the peace and unity of the entire international community. The central elements of the 19th Festival’s emblem are colorful pixels that symbolize the common interests of the world’s youth in the era of information technologies and technological progress. Diverse views and opinions is the main distinguishing feature of the 19th Festival of Youth and Students.

The Festival is a platform for dialogue and a form of international communication. Discussions, a cultural program, sporting competitions and an open dialogue within the framework of this event will help its participants to find a response to the challenges facing young people today.

The Festival’s discussion program includes various platforms, namely panel discussion, open lectures and scientific conferences. The key issues on the preliminary agenda are as follows: « Culture and globalization », « Global economy », « Knowledge economy », « Social institutions’ development » and « Politics and international security ».

More than 20 000 young people from 150 countries will participate in the Festival. The Festival’s working languages are the 6 official languages of the United Nations.

The platform will gather young leaders from various spheres: representatives of youth NGOs, young journalists, artists and sportsmen, leaders of youth organizations and political parties, young professors and scientists, as well as compatriots and foreigners who study Russian language and are interested in Russian culture.

The Festival’s International Media Centre has been set up on November 1, 2016. It is comprised of young journalists and bloggers from all over the world. They will cover the preparation for the Festival and its major events.

A large volunteer corps will assist in organizing the Festival. It will consist of 7 000 volunteers, including foreign citizens.

Application for the Festival is available on the website russia2017.com

Application forms are accepted from young people aged 18-35. Accommodation and food costs during the Festival shall be covered by the organizers. The sending party shall cover the travel expenses to Sochi and back. Arrangement of charter flights from various countries to Sochi is currently under consideration.

Participants of the Festival will get permission for a visa-free entry to the Russian Federation.

The latest information about preparations for the Festival is available on the official website: http://russia2017.com/, as well as on the Festival’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/wfys2017/

 

Formation à la production théâtrale

Toutes les infos dans le document ci-joint: FET_Guide_Formation à la production théâtrale

Le lien vers le dossier d’inscription sera disponible dès le mois de septembre sur www.theatreetpublics.org et via la page Facebook de la formation

Colloque international: Catalogue et architecture du savoir

Infos complémentaires via le lien suivant: 20170606_Depliant_Tryptique_Catalogue_Architecture_Savoir Mail