Engagement étudiant!


EURECOM wishes to involve students in its "promotion" activities and thus values their commitment to the school community.

Teaching and Learning Methods:

  • Activity of elected student delegates:

    • Participation in teaching committees appeal commissions and disciplinary councils
  • Activities to "promote" the school:

    • Travel to the venue of the event
  • The pedagogical recognition of student commitment takes the form of a compulsory UE for first-year students and an optional free EC for the other years.

Course Policies:

Student engagement activities can only be validated once per academic year.

  • For elected students:

    • Any invitation to attend a council or a committee is equivalent to an authorization to be absent from lessons for full members and, in the event of absence or impediment, for substitute members.
    • The list of elected students is communicated to the heads of the components concerned so that the special status of these students in the context of teaching is known.
  • For "promotion" activities:

    • Possibility of one-off absence from lessons, duly justified

The commitment mission must represent a minimum of 20 hours over the academic year.






To validate the CE, each student must accumulate a cumulative total of 4 points over the academic year.

Activities concerned by recognition in the student's curriculum:

  • Activity of student representatives (student delegates): 3 points per year
  • Activities for the "promotion" of the school

    • High school forum: 1 point per forum
    • $Student Ambassadors: 1 point per half day
    • Campus Channel: 1 point
    • Mines-Telecom competition reception: 1 point per ½ day of presence
    • Trade fairs: 1 point per ½ day of attendance
    • Help with the organization of events: 1 point per ½ day of work

Activities excluded from the recognition of student commitment:

  • Occasional participation in associative actions
  • Student projects that are already recognized pedagogically
  • Internships that are part of the curriculum

Please note: The recognition of student commitment cannot be combined with the following schemes:

  • Gap year
  • Student employee status

Learning Outcomes : 

  • Identify the audience to be addressed (expectations, status, audience…) and adapt your speech;
  • Guide and advise (listen to and understand requests, respond to them or identify resource persons);
  • Mastering and applying foreign languages;
  • Expressing oneself to the media;
  • Establishing relationships and convincing;
  • Speaking in small or large groups.

Nb hours: 20.00

Evaluation: Evaluation will be done annually based on student attendance.