Today we are in a health crisis situation, in France and around the world. All of AMU's educational teams are working to ensure educational continuity in this context and to guarantee you the best possible access to training.
The health situation is not favourable to a resumption. A meeting with the DGESIP and the members of the CPU has postponed the date for the resumption of face-to-face classes for L1 students - and those with a digital divide - to the week of January 20, if health conditions permit.
And to February 8 for all the other classes. Thus, for our resumption modalities are the following:
- Until 25 January for L1/DUT1/PEIP1 students and until 8 February for the other degrees, the system established before the holidays remains in force (lectures in amphitheatres and tutorials by distance learning, practical work possible in the classroom subject to authorisation, assessment of knowledge possible in the classroom).
- Between 25 January and 8 February, for L1/DUT1/PEIP1 students, lectures will remain at a distance (except for the digital divide) for large groups of more than 150 students. The other courses and pedagogical activities can take place face-to-face, provided that the rules of distance learning are respected and that the student flow is reduced (half capacity).
- If the health situation allows it, from February 8th for all students of all degrees, all the pedagogical activities can take place in a classical way in class, subject to respecting the rules of distancing and reducing the students' flow (principle of the half-capacity).
1. Point on the training courses
An internship can be carried out in person or by distance depending on the situation of the host organization (company or laboratory/research unit).
- If the mission entrusted to the trainee cannot be carried out remotely, the face-to-face internship may continue or be carried out, subject to compliance with the health instructions and measures in force by the host organization.
If the student needs to travel between his/her home and the internship site, he/she should always bring his/her internship agreement, his/her identity card, as well as :
- proof of residence (receipt, electricity bill, etc.) for travel during the day (between 6am and 7pm) up to 10 km
- travel certificates (derogatory and professional) for travel beyond 10 km from home during the day (between 6am and 7pm) and during curfew (between 7pm and 6am) throughout metropolitan France.
- Otherwise, the transformation of the "face-to-face course" into a"distance course" or its interruption / postponement will have to be formalised by a rider
This amendment can be made by electronic means or by scan (in accordance with articles 1366 and following of the civil code). However, an exchange of e-mails between the student trainee, the host organisation (at least the traineeship tutor) and the higher education institution (at least the teaching tutor) can validate the changes, pending the signature of an amendment.
Internships outside the European area are forbidden.
Internships within theEuropean area are authorized subject to theopinion of the SDF(to be obtained via the pedagogical secretariat of your course or your school), but are not recommended.
The DROM-COM are considered as outside Europe.
2. Mandatory wearing of the mask and general health instructions
Wearing a barrier mask is now compulsory for everyone, inside our sites as well as in outdoor areas when at least two people are in contact.
This is a national framework that we must absolutely adhere to.
Please note that wearing a mask does not replace the application of other barrier measures: regular hand washing with soap or hydroalcoholic gel, respect for social distance, respect for the direction of traffic, regular ventilation of enclosed areas, etc.
You will find online the sanitary measures that are necessary for everyone.
Please note that these measures do not stop at the campus door.
3. Practicéa: Assistance with AMU digital tools for students
Practicéa is an online self-training space to help you master the university's digital tools: educational platform, communication tools, help with virtual class tools, etc.
These tools are essential to the smooth running of your university career and can be accessed via the Digital Working Environment using your AMU ID.
To do so, register now to Practicéa
4. BVE/Mission Handicap
If you have a disability and need to have your studies and/or exams adapted, you must contact the managers of the Student Life Offices - Disability Mission by email at the following addresses
- Marseille Centre Campus: St Charles, Canebière, Colbert, Ilôt du Bois and Aubagne
- Timone Campus: Timone Campus and North Site, IFMK - EJCAM (Marseille)
- Luminy Campus: Luminy, Gap, La Ciotat sites - FSS (Aubagne)
- Etoile Campus: St Jérôme site, Château Gombert, Salon de Provence
- Aix campus: ALLSH (Aix, Arles and Lambesc) - FDSP (Aix and Arles) - IMPGT - IAE - FDS - FEG (Aix and Arles) - MMSH - INSPE - (Aix and Avignon) - EJCAM (Aix) - IUT (Aix, Digne and Arles) - INSPE (Avignon) - CFMI - DESIU - DAEU
5. Medical and social assistance
If you need medical and social assistance, you can contact the student health service on 04 13 94 27 77.
If you need to contact the psychologists and sophrologists, call 04 91 26 89 08.
6. International mobility at AMU
International students: you will find below the terms and conditions for the start of the 2020-2021 academic year
Please note that these conditions may change depending on the health measures in force.
Student health service, doctors and psychologists:
Tel : 04 13 94 27 77
Psychologists and sophrologists :
Tel : 04 13 94 24 58
Request for social aid :
Tel : 04 42 91 30 20
Emergency number: Victims of violence, harassment, need for assistance...
All the useful numbers can be found here
All the student services of Aix-Marseille University :