The Université Lumière Lyon 2 has obtained the “Bienvenue en France” label

Following the decision of the Campus France Labelling Committee on 28 May 2020, the Université Lumière Lyon 2 was awarded the Label “Bienvenue en France” for a period of 4 years as recognition of its welcome services for international students. This label corresponds to a level 2 out of 3 on the labelling scale. Our establishment has met more than 15 indicators out of 20.This label recognizes our University’s commitment to welcoming and supporting international students, making it one of the 89 higher education institutions having obtained this recognition, amongst more than 3,500 public or private higher education institutions in France.

Label "Bienvenue en France" - 2 étoiles


The aim of the “Bienvenue en France” label is to attest of the quality of the welcoming services for international students offered by French higher education institutions. The label is also an asset to increase the visibility of French universities and institutes abroad. It is awarded through an online self-assessment and a file of evidence based on 5 criteria:

  • the quality of accessibility and information
  • the quality of welcoming facilities
  • the accessibility of the academic offer
  • the quality of life on campus and the quality of housing
  • the quality of the post-graduate follow-up

Source: Université Lumière Lyon 2

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