What is Focus-LEA?
150 bachelor students
A professionalising programme
15 diversified projects
Many students of the bachelor degree Foreign Applied Languages (LEA) are involved in cultural and professionalising projects in the Focus-LEA programme. Journalism, video making, theatre, humanitarian work… These projects not only forge bonds between students, but they also offer them a glimpse at the professional world. Such an experience therefore promotes student success.
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For its third edition, Prothélan is producing a play in six languages. Universal and still relevant, the theme of women's affirmation will be explored in English, German, Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese. The six sketches, taken from the classical...
On March 6th, 2019, Humanistra hosted a screening and debate evening dedicated to education in Afghanistan, at the University of Strasbourg. This was the second event organized by the humanitarian group.
A young girl's fight for education
The evening focused on the screening of the film
The Humanistra student group organised its first on-campus event on February 13th, 2019, as part of its campaign to raise awareness for education in Afghanistan. This conference, attended by about sixty people, focused on Mr. Divantchegui's stay in Herat.
Afghanistan: the troubles of an endless
On 28th November 2018, around fifty students attended a screening and debate dedicated to public speaking at the Pôle Européen de Gestion et d'Économie (European Centre for Business and Economics) in Strasbourg. The event was organised by Mr. Christophe Gérard, professor of oral expression, and a
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