Prepare for success at University
with Déclic

Prepare for success at University

with 
Déclic

Last update28 sept. 2021

What is it?

Déclic is a programme aimed at providing tools for academic success for refugees and asylum seekers*. These workshops address French university culture and methodology by helping students with academic exercises: note taking, presentation, synthesis, commentary and dissertation...

The programme offers 1 workshop per week, from October 7th to December 2nd (16 hours in total). 

* Please note: You must be registered in a university programme for the year 2020-2021 or 2021-2022 in order to participate. 

What is UniR?

UniR supports refugees and asylum seekers in their academic integration. 

With its personalised support programme, its workshops for resuming studies, its vocational guidance and French language courses, UniR aims to enhance students' careers and promote their integration in France. 

UniR aims at a broad economic impact, the association believes that inclusion through education is the gateway to rewarding careers. 

Who is it for?

Important!

You must be a student in 2021-2022

Duration

2 hours per week

Target audience
Refugee
Age required
From 18 at 56 years
French level
All levels
How much does it cost?
Free
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Departments

Important!

You must be a student in 2021-2022

Duration

2 hours per week

Target audience
Refugee
Age required
From 18 at 56 years
French level
All levels
How much does it cost?
Free
Action zone

Departments

Why is it interesting?

Facilitate your return to school

Improve your university methodology thanks to the support of our mentors. 

Take advantage of educational resources

The programme provides educational resources to help you after the workshops as well. 

Get an overview of French university life

The flexibility of the workshops will allow you to better understand the university culture in France. 

How do I get involved?

Send us an email

For more information, please send us a message at atelierdeclic@uni-r.org or call us on 07 80 90 67 46.

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