Online international week 2020 program

The school invites you to participate in the 4th edition of the International Week organized this year 100% online.

28 October 2020


Monday, November 16th and Tuesday, November 17th

2 pm - 3:45 pm

Student Amphitheater
Feedback on international mobility and presentations of international partners

You are a student at the school and you wish to study internationally? In order to find your ideal destination, come and discover the international mobility experience of students from previous years during the RETEX 2020 festival and meet some of our international partners.

This festival will take the form of a competition. So come and support the students who will share their experiences through videos and vote for the most convincing video!

Access link monday, november 16th

Access link tuesday, november 17th

The contest rules are available here


Tuesday, November 17th

6:30pm - 8:00pm

Conference in French on 'The effects of the health crisis of COVID-19 on the European Union'

Thibaut Courcelle

Thibaut Courcelle, par jfages

This conference will be moderated by Thibault Courcelle, Senior Lecturer in Geography at INU Champollion of Albi and European and international correspondent at Laboratoire LISST-CIEU (CNRS, UMR 5193). How Did the European Union deal with the challenges encountered during the VIDOC-19 health crisis?
What are the consequences of such a health situation on the European Union and its values?

Registrations & connection

Wednesday, November 18th

6:30pm - 9:00pm

'Open Skies' cinema debate: screening of the film and debate with the director of the film


ines_compan_2.jpg, par jfages

What impact can an engineer have on the world with his/her projects? Come and find out with the movie "À Ciel Ouvert" and discuss it with the other spectators and the Argentinian director Inès Compan. Immerse yourself in the life of the grandiose but mistreated territory of the Andean Highlands, a theatre of conflict that resonates with many myths...

Come and discover the film 'Open Skies' directed by Ines Compan, doctor in microbiology - Director of company documentaries.


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