Study at ESTICE

Name of Institution  
ESTICE International Management

Erasmus Code :

Language(s) of Instruction:
French, English

Languages Courses:
English, German, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Portuguese

Academic Calendar 2020-21

Semester 1
 September-December 2020
Welcome Session:  Sept 4th, 7th & 8th
Classes: Sept 10th- Dec 18th (exams included)
Application deadlines : 
June 25th

Beginning of Semester 1 (courses) | Monday 4th of September

All Saints Break | Friday 23rd of October (end of the day) – Monday 2nd of November (beginning of the day)

International Forum |

Review Week + Exams S1 | Thursday 10th of December – Friday 18th of December

End of Semester 1 | Friday 18th of December 

Christmas Break | Friday 18th of December (end of the day) – Monday 4th of January 2021

Semester 2 
 January-May 2021
Welcome Session: Jan 4th – 5th
Classes: Jan 4th – Apr 23rd (exams included)
Application deadlines : 
November 18th

Beginning of Semester 2 (courses) | Wednesday 6th of January 2021

International Week|15th – 19th of February

Winter Break| Friday 19th of February (end of the day) – Monday 1st of March (beginning of the day)

Review Week + Exams S2 | Monday 12th of April- Friday 23th of April

End of Semester 2| Friday 23rd of April (end of the day) 

How apply to ESTICE ?

Exchange students should first contact the International Relations office at their home university. After being nominated, they will receive the required application procedure by email.



You can reserve a student room through the ALL (Tous les services de la vie étudiante – ALL Students Life Services), in charge of Student Residence Halls on the Lille Catholic University Campus as soon as you have been nominated. For the fall semester, we suggest reserving a room with the ALL as soon as possible! In France, a private owner can legally ask for a French guarantor if a foreign student is renting an apartment or a room.

From Monday to Friday : 8.30 am to 6.00 pm
47 Boulevard Vauban (second floor) – 59000 Lille
Tel: +33 (0)3. – E-mail : contact@all-lacatho.fr
Website – Facebook



Dorms are mixed and have both male and female students in the same corridor.
We recommend you to book your room before  arriving in France.
June 30 : for a student exchange beginning in August/September (our First semester/Fall semester). Housing application open from January 1st.
November 15 : for a student exchange beginning in January (our Second semester/Spring semester). Housing application open from October 26

The student applies online on the All website :

1. To validate your application, you will be asked to pay online a housing administrative fee of 245 Euros.

2. The allocation of your residence with the address will be sent by the Housing Office (All) If you need a housing attestation for your VISA, please ask our All Housing Office by email.

3. Please note the time processing is from April (for a student exchange beginning in August/September (our First semester/Fall semester) and November for a student exchange beginning in January (our Second semester/Spring semester)

4. The accommodation allocation board will take into account your preferences as much as
possible according to availability.


In accordance with the Erasmus Chart, please note that ESTICE does not charge extra fees for studies. Insurance, students clubs expenses or additionnal material will be supported by the international student.

 Estimation for a month

    240€ – 500€


   from 30€ to 50€



Total: from 770€ to 1050€ 

VISA Procedure


Any questions regarding your VISA process and application ?

  1. The French Government VISA Application Website
  2. Campus France « Studying in France » Website
  3. For further informations, please conctact the OFFI Reponsible at ESTICE.



Health Insurance 

Non-European students are required to subscribe to the French Social Security. To subscribe to the Social Security, students have to open a French bank account in order to provide a French IBAN.

You will also be required to turn in proof of a complementary international insurance that covers you throughout your whole period abroad.

Social Security covers 60% of the medical costs and the personal complementary insurance will cover the rest.

European students must provide a copy of their European Social Security card.

Where is ESTICE ?

Our school is located in the Vauban District, directly in the heart of the Catholic University Campus. It takes 15 minutes to walk from the city center.

Main entrance : ESTICE  83 boulevard Vauban Campus Saint Raphaël – Bâtiment E 59000 Lille

Second entrance : ESTICE 86 rue du Port Campus Saint Raphaël – Bâtiment E 59000 Lille

How to access to ESTICE ?



Lign 18 : stop « Université Catholique » Lign 12 : stop « Université Catholique » (Arrival Boulevard Vauban) Citadine : stop « Rue du Port » (Arrivée Rue Nationale)
Liane 1 : stop « Champ de Mars »
Liane 90 : stop « Champ de Mars » Itinerary Bus 

Lign 1 : stop « Gambetta »
Lign 2 : stop « Cormontaigne« 
Itinerary MTR

Station 2 : « Université Catholique »
Station 68 : « Nationale Rue du Port » Station 35 : « Leclercq »
Station 9 : « Rue du Toul »
Station 39 : « Marché de Wazemmes »
more informations about the V’Lille Stations

BIKE : Campus can park your bike!





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