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A Lasallian University

  UniLaSalle, created from the merger of LaSalle Beauvais and Esitpa, is a center for higher education in earth, life and environmental sciences that is recognized for its excellence in France and around the world.

 

It offers five-year engineering programs, three-year programs, Master’s, Advanced Master’s and MSc degrees in the fields of agriculture, food production, food and health, environmental science and geoscience.

The teaching draws on the research carried out within the establishment.

UniLaSalle was officially recognized as an EESPIG (a private higher education establishment in the public interest) on July 7, 2016. It is a member of the French Conférence des Grandes Écoles and its engineering programs are accredited by the CTI (the French engineering accreditation institution).

What is an EESPIG? (in French)

Key figures
  • 2,500 students
  • 14 degree programs from Bachelor’s to Advanced Master’s courses
  • 2 campuses in Beauvais and Rouen
  • 130 partner universities abroad
  • 13,000 alumni
A Lasallian school

UniLaSalle is a member of one of the largest education networks in the world: the Lasallian network, sponsored by the Brothers of the Christian Schools.

Our membership of this network means that we are constantly enhancing our teaching approach based on the input and experience of other Lasallian institutions worldwide.

All Lasallian institutions share an educational vision and values based on support, commitment, a sense of responsibility and a humanist approach.

The Lasallian network in numbers
  • 1,500 institutions worldwide, from pre-school to university level
  • 110,000 students in France
  • 72 universities and higher education institutions worldwide
The basis of our educational vision: a holistic approach

Over and above the teaching programs it offers, UniLaSalle is committed to providing its students with a holistic education.

We firmly believe in the importance of giving young people an all-round education that goes beyond the teaching curriculum.

The crucial period between the ages of 18 and 25 is when our students will be laying the foundations not just for their future professional life but also for their personal life.

Our holistic approach is based around three components:

  • Taking care of the needs of each and every young person entrusted to us;
  • Recognizing that everyone has a role to play in our educational approach;
  • Developing a sense of fulfillment based on commitment and individual responsibility.
One school, two campuses

The programs run by UniLaSalle are taught on two campuses, which offer our students two different learning environments.

Beauvais campus

The Beauvais campus was designed along the lines of British and American universities. It includes buildings for teaching and research, accommodation for 1,100 students and a wide range of facilities that help create a thriving student dynamic in a secure setting.

This unique setup promotes mutual respect and encourages participation in the student community, in a natural environment.

Find out more about the Beauvais campus

Rouen campus

Our Rouen campus, set up in 2008 in the Rouen university district, offers students a modern learning environment near the main student services (accommodation, restaurants and sports facilities).

It is ideally situated a mere 10-minute drive from the lively city center of Rouen – a conurbation with a population of 466,000, including 41,000 students

Find out more about the Rouen campus

Innovation and practical application – the cornerstones of our educational philosophy

Ever since our school was set up, it has never lost sight of the importance of innovation in its educational methods:

  • By supporting professors as they introduce new techniques;
  • By proposing new tools for students and teaching staff.

Our teams are constantly on the lookout for new teaching approaches that will result in more effective learning.

Finding practical applications for academic teaching has always been part of UniLaSalle’s philosophy, leading to group projects, practical work, field camps, internships and many other hands-on methods.

This approach is now complemented by the use of ICT (information and communication technology) in education, which promotes interaction between teaching staff and students.

Governance

UniLaSalle is a private school governed by a non-profit association agreement, under the aegis of the Brothers of the Christian Schools and the Institut Catholique de Paris (ICP).

The main strategic policies are decided by a Governing Board, composed of three founding members – the Brothers of the Christian Schools, the ICP and the Standing Assembly of Chambers of Agriculture (APCA) – as well as active professionals.

UniLaSalle Alumni, the Student Government Association (Beauvais campus) and the Student Office (Rouen campus) are also full members of the UniLaSalle Governing Board.

The Governing Board is supported by three advisory bodies for the development of UniLaSalle’s general educational, teaching and research strategy:

  • The Curriculum Committee, which advises UniLaSalle on its educational approach and choices;
  • The Scientific Council, which ensures a consistent, forward-looking approach to research;
  • The Scientific Committee, which coordinates research activities.