- Le Bureau Des Etudiants (BDE) ( The Students’ Association) room B2.23
- Le Bureau Des Internationaux (BDI) (International Students’ Association) room B2.24
- Visions d’Europe (Visions of Europe) room B2.24
- Le Jeu de l’Oie (Snakes and Ladders) room B2.24
- Trait d’Union (Hyphen Union) room B2.24
- Le Bureau Des Sports (BDS) (Students’ Sport Association) room B2.25
- Le Bureau Des Arts (BDA) (Art Association) et Les Neveux de Thalie (The Nephews of Thalia) room B2.26
- L'UNEF (National Union of Students of France) et le Groupe Socialiste Universitaire (GSU) (University Socialist Group - USG) room B3.10
- Sciences Po Lille Junior Conseil (Sciences Po Lille Junior Council) room B3.11
- Sud Etudiant (SUD Student) room B2.26
- Munwalk room B4.1
The BDI – International Students’ Association
The International Students’ association is managed by student volunteers who are in charge of integrating the international students who are on exchange at Sciences Po Lille. The association helps international students with all that is administration (accommodation, related administration to Sciences Po), and being integrated into student life through the organisation of events (parties, travels). Our partnership with the international associations of other universities in Lille (EDHEC, La Catho), the BDI participates in the creation of strong and long lasting bonds between students and metropolitan Lille. The BDI also encourages students to participate in life of the association, by helping them carry out their projects.
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Munwalk offers an introduction to UN diplomacy. The association forms a delegation of students to negotiate simulations in order to participate in the meet-ups of Harvard, New York and London. Sciences Po Lille therefore represents a country in a competition involving universities all around the world.
Sciences Po Lille’s Student Catholic Chaplaincy
The Catholic Chaplaincy organised by the students of Sciences Po Lille aims to gather the students who wish to nurture their spiritual life in usability.
Open to Catholics of course, but also to believers of all backgrounds, and the undecided. The association has regular debates on various topics to elaborate on ideas, such as current philosophy and faith. The students involved also conduct social actions, including the animation of masses in prisons and running a soup kitchen. The association also organises for the other Sciences Po Lille students to participate in national and international catholic gatherings,
Students’ Art Association (BDA)
This is Sciences Po Lille’s cultural association which aims to promote all forms of artistic expression with the students and unveil their hidden artistic talents. It offers students a large number of activities such as: music, cooking with science, photography, outings to cinemas, literature, artistic evenings and preferential tariffs for cultural outings and trips.
The Students’ Association (BDE)
The BDE helps students integrate into student life upon their arrival at Sciences Po Lille. The association also helps students reintegrate after their year of mobility (3rd Year) and also acts as a liaison between the various associations « paliennes and lilloises ».
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Students’ Sport Association (BDS)
The BDS organises primarily sports’ training (football, rugby, volleyball, danse etc.) for Sciences Po Lille’s participation in university championships for various tournaments and the « Crit »; the association also organises many other events in the « palienne » life (skiing, cross country, parties etc.)
“Bon Chic Bon Genre”
Bon Chic Bon Genre is a student association that represents lesbian, gay, bi, trans, queer, intersex and feminist people within the heart of Sciences Po Lille. The association organizes activities that follow 3 founding principles: reflexion, solidarity and evolution.
The members wish to create places for discussion, promote LGBT visibility within Sciences Po Lille, to organize social occasions. The association also organizes health and prevention information campaigns. The association works in an on-going effort to fight against all forms of discrimination and welcomes everyone with the same mind-set and spirit as the association.
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University Socialist Group
The University Socialist Group is a student association at Sciences Po Lille open to left winged politics. The aim is threefold: to learn, discuss and open up.
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Child Solidarity Initiative
The Child Solidarity Initiative is an association that organises parties for hospitalized children at the St. Vincent de Paul Hospital in Lille. The association and the students involved provide care and solidarity, also providing their energy and optimism to young people interned in hospitals.
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Inter-Connection is International Networking club which puts young people into contact with professionals worldwide in order to maximise our opportunities and our introduction into the labour market. Sciences Po Lille brings together students and professionals from different academic backgrounds through lectures, meetings and debates.
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Site internet : https://fr-fr.facebook.com/interconnexion.grandnord
The Millennium Club
The club brings together around 40 members from several antennas. The Millennium Club is a research organisation that conducts collective reports on various topics (available on the website of the association).
The association is supported by many researchers and journalists that contributes to the newspapers Observatoire du Religieux et de la Turquie (Observatories of Turkey and Religion) and the Institute of International and Strategic Relations (IRIS). The Millennium club also organizes conferences or seminars for students.
Le Jeu de l’Oie (Snakes and ladders)
Brings together students’ and professors’ articles who attend Sciences Po Lille, as well as renowned experts from the world of research or diplomacy. The snakes and ladders game is a tool that everyone can use to understand geopolitical issues that will shape the world of tomorrow.
The « Jeu de l’Oie » (Snakes and Ladders game) is the first publication and is where political science students reflections intersect with those of their teachers, through an interaction that is educational, interactive and humorous. This is also where the global geopolitical « games » work alongside fake adverts and humoristic websites. This is a way to simplify international relations and then decrypt the best.
The Political Institute Gardens (The IEP Gardens)
This association aims to promote information and access to a reasoned, peasant and organic agriculture within Sciences Po Lille.
To do this, the Political Institution’s Gardens offers its members :
- A regular distribution of organic products
- Organized culinary events
- Information and training sessions surrounding the themes of sustainable agriculture, organic farming and the establishment of partnerships and with other associations of Sciences Po Lille and/or sustainable agriculture and farming.
The Young Ecologists of Sciences Po LilleThe young environmentalists of Sciences Po Lille have set as their main goals as:
- Educating users of Sciences Po Lille premises to have a more ecological attitude.
- To organise wastes and to have recycling bins on the premises.
- To stimulate broader reflections on current political topics of ecology through organized conferences.
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Les Neveux de Thalie (Thalia’s Nephews)
This is Sciences Po Lille’s theatrical association, “Les Neveux de Thalie” aims to promote all things theatrical.
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Rassemblement des Droites Universitaires (RDU) (University Rally for Rights)
The University Rally for Rights at Sciences Po Lille focuses on three objectives :
- To gather all students studying law
- To promote internal debates on current affaires with the other associations of Sciences Po Lille.
- To carry out the ideas of law at Sciences Po Lille.
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Rue de Trévise
« Rue de Trévise » is the serious satirical newspaper at Sciences Po Lille. Far from the uses of technocratic language, the newspaper neglects the deceptively expert perspective that is too often found in student publications. This newspaper is however, a modest perspective that tries to talk to students in an offset and quirky manner. « Rue de Trevise » is a joyful paper which shares stories of students’ observations in the neighbourhood and in Lille and feelings about the broader news. The newspaper aims to keep Sciences Po Lille a buzzing institute, by sharing its news twice a month in print form or in illustrated form, with the promise of no artificial colours or preservatives.
Sciences Po Lille Junior Council
The Junior Council at Sciences Po Lille is an advisory board managed by a team of student volunteers. It is a non-profit association aimed at Economic Development. The Junior Council thus carries out missions on behalf of businesses, public institutions and associations.
These paid missions are offered to students of the Institute of Political Studies which provide them with professional and rewarding opportunity.
SIFE (Students In Free Entreprise) is an international non-government organization (ONG), found in 1400 universities and “grandes ecoles” in 41 countries. There are around thirty “grandes ecoles” which are part of the France SIFE network.
The objective of SIFE is to train the next generation of leaders, who will combine entrepreneurship and social responsibility in the actions they will take.
Students organize social entrepreneurship projects at a local or international level in order to have an impact on the targeted populations to improve their daily lives.
Sud etudiant (student)
“Sud etudiant” (Sud student) is a student union recreated in June 2011 at Sciences Po Lille. It claims to be interprofessional (thru its involvement in the Solidarity Trade Union), internationalist, anti-fascist and self-managed.
At Science Po Lille, Sud Etudiant is invested in the collective “Solidarity and self-management” which includes union and non-union members and acts to defend students for solely paliennes issues.
Trait d’Union (Hyphen Union)
« TU » is an association that promotes Anglo-Saxon culture and the Franco-British stream at Sciences Po Lille.
UNEF (National Union for Students of France)
UNEF is based around its commitment to defend the material interests and morals of the students.
UNEF intervenes to defend the equality of all in the face of knowledge, in terms of access and in terms of concrete success of each student. For this, UNEF supports the idea of a democratized university, which is free, secular and diverse within the framework of a public service of higher education.
Visions of Europe
Visions of Europe aims to develop the debate on Europe and the debates between Europeans. It brings together students wishing to deepen their knowledge of European integration and to comment on the various topics that make their news.
The association consists of a club at Sciences Po Lille, at the University of Münster (Germany) and a club at the University of Kent, Canterbury (UK). Visions of Europe is a recognized European pole which is especially supported by the Young Europeans of Lille and the Europeans of the Grand Lille. The association is relayed with local media and communication across Europe.
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