The University of Jean Moulin Lyon3

The University of Jean Moulin Lyon3 is located in the centre of Lyon: a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the second-largest university town in France – and in Bourg-en-Bresse (Ain).

Jean Moulin Lyon 3 University offers a learning and research space focused on the humanities and social sciences with programmes ranging from two-year foundation degrees to PhDs (Bac +2 to Bac +8).

The School has seven doctoral schools and 19 research units, the University develops interdisciplinary research linked to major social issues.

About The University of Jean Moulin Lyon3

The University of Jean Moulin welcomes more than 5,000 international students each year, numerous partnerships around the world and scientific collaboration projects with foreign universities.

Moulin University demonstrates its commitment to internationalization by promoting the mobility of its students and teaching staff.

What are the courses offered?

The University offers career-oriented programmes in Law, Political Science & International Relations, Francophone studies, Administration, Management, Accounting, Philosophy, Languages, Arts, History, Geography & Planning, and Information & Communication with qualifications ranging from two-year foundation degrees (Bac +2) to PhDs (Bac +8) in six faculties and institute.

What are the programmes offered by Jean Moulin University?

Jean Moulin University offers programmes structured in accordance with the European higher education “three-cycle” system, based primarily on three types of degree – Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degrees – and employing the ECTS credits principle (European Credits Transfer System). 

Also, the University also offers national degrees and diplomas outside the three-cycle system: DUTs (two-year technical degrees) and professional degrees.

Students can also choose to specialise in a number of fields with university diplomas (DUs) and certificates. Finally, the University offers preparatory courses for national diplomas and competitive exams (accounting, education sector, legal careers, etc.).

When does the University reopen for students and external visitors?

All Jean Moulin University sites will be accessible to students and external visitors from Monday 24 August 2020, in compliance with health guidelines.

Furthermore Wearing a mask is mandatory for all users (students, interns, external visitors, etc.) in all enclosed spaces (lecture halls, classrooms, corridors, etc.) and open spaces. The mask must cover your nose and mouth. Visit the official website for more info

How do I access the University’s campuses?    

From Monday 24 August 2020, access to the University sites will be via the usual entrances:

What are the start dates for students?

Start dates vary according to your component (faculty or institute) and the degree you are following.

What are the health measures have been put in place at Jean Moulin University?

Each person is responsible for following the protective measures in order to protect themselves and others: wearing masks, frequent hand washing (soap and hand sanitizer dispensers are available in different locations around the campus) and physical distancing.

 These rules may be amended in the function of the health situation and guidance from the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation.

Are the university libraries (ULs) open and accessible?

Reopening of the ULs to the public for on-site work

The university of jean Moulin libraries reopens to the public on Monday 24 August. It is possible to work on-site Monday to Friday from 9 am to 6 pm without making an appointment.

Is wearing a mask is mandatory?

The physical distancing rules must be respected.

Documents can be returned in the boxes located at the UL entrances.

There is currently no lending desk. Items are borrowed directly from the libraries.

Who is covered by the exemption of Tuition for 2020-21?

All students subject to differentiated enrolment fees will benefit from an exemption for the academic year 2020-21: as in previous years, they will only have to pay the national enrolment fees.

For how long will this exemption provided apply?

Starting from enrolment or re-enrolment, in 2020-21, this exemption will be granted for the entire duration of study for a degree of the same level (the three levels of higher education corresponding to the European education levels). National enrolment fees will therefore apply in these cases.

1st level: Bachelor’s degrees and 2nd level: Master’s degrees

Students in 3rd level doctoral degrees are not affected by the differentiated enrolment fees.

Information for 1st year of a Bachelor’s degree

 If you join the 1st year of a Bachelor’s degree in the university in 2020-21, you will pay the national enrolment fee for the years you spend studying for the degree (€170 each year for the three years of the degree, price subject to change).

Information for 3rd year of a Bachelor’s degree

 If you join the 3rd year of a Bachelor’s degree in the university in 2020-21, you will pay the national enrolment fee for the 3rd year of the Bachelor’s degree (€170, price subject to change). If you then start a Master’s degree in 2021-22, you will have changed the degree level, so you will not automatically benefit from a partial exemption. 

Unless specifically agreed, you will therefore pay the differentiated enrolment fee of €3,770 per year.

Information for 1st year of a Master’s programme  

If you are already enrolled in the 1st year of a Master’s programme at Jean Moulin Lyon 3 University in 2019-20 and you wish to re-enrol in the 2nd year of the Master’s programme in 2020-21, you will pay the national enrolment fee (€243 based on the year 2019-20, price subject to change). Good Luck.

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