The University practices social distancing but continues its activities!
Since the beginning of March, the University has implemented alternative strategies to that of face-to-face teaching by providing lectures, exams and degree sessions electronically. With over 140,000 hours of lessons per day and 2,782 activated courses, plus 202 online degree sessions, the University saw 1,510 of its students successfully graduate.
The platforms and applications used for online services are available thanks to the efforts of computer scientists and those involved in digital learning at the University. The entire academic community is able to work remotely by accessing tools for business meetings and by participating to webinars that are available virtually.