Since the French stay-at-home order forced ISA Lille to close our campus in mid-March, our outstanding faculty, staff, and students have been diligently adjusting to a new way of working. Thanks to the perseverance and adaptability of our faculty and staff, we were able to successfully complete 95% of our curriculum in the second semester. Despite complications in working from home, 75% of our students were overall satisfied or very satisfied with our distance learning program. It was a challenge, but we’re proud of the ISA Lille community for coming together to finish the semester on a high note, making the most of these difficult and unexpected circumstances.
So far the classes have been good and ISA Lille has done everything in their power to make it accessible. I really appreciate it and want to thank our amazing professors.Sandhya Raj, Food Science student ‘21
Our faculty and staff are currently concentrated on preparing our Fall semester to offer the safest learning conditions possible. As of now, courses will be offered in a hybrid model, combining distance learning with on-campus classes, and rigorous social distancing measures put in place at ISA Lille. All classes will be available online for students who cannot study on campus due to health concerns or travel restrictions. ISA Lille is committed to maintaining a rigorous and high-quality educational program regardless of the context. As always, our students will benefit from our expertise, understanding and support throughout the semester. We will work together to adapt to these new conditions, but something that will not change is our dedication to providing an exceptional educational experience to all our students.
Admitted students have been informed of the details of this new learning structure. Contact us for more information
Following the decision of the French government and in order to minimize the impact of Covid19, ISA Lille is closing as of March 16 and until further notice. Courses will be continued virtually and students will receive instructions from their professors via e-mail. We will keep students fully informed as the situation evolves.