What is lifelong learning ?
Lifelong learning concerns people who have entered working life and have left initial training (studies). This type of training allows people who are already working to continue their education to improve their skills and adapt to new technologies, practices or methods applied in the company. It also allows for retraining for a change in career.
Who is lifelong learning for ?
Anyone who has to finance their training for the following reasons is covered by lifelong learning :
- Because they have enrolled in a training course (DUT, Bachelor’s degree, professional Bachelor’s degree, Master's degree or engineering degree) and must justify their presence in the establishment by a financing agreement between the university and their company or a financing body (company, Transition Pro, OPCO, Pôle Emploi, etc.).
- Because they have enrolled in a training course open exclusively to lifelong learning. In this case, the person has to have the course financed by a third party or pay for it themselves.
An applicant admitted to lifelong learning is said to be a trainee in vocational training.
Diploma for access to university studies (DAEU)
Applicants admitted to the Diploma for access to university studies (DAEU) are considered as trainees in vocational training. They must be over 20 years of age and have interrupted their studies for 2 years or more.
Gustave Eiffel University organizes group information meetings on continuing education several times a year. These meetings allow you to discover the principles, specificities and stages of continuing education.
They will also help you to choose the most suitable path for your project
The meetings will take place at :
Gustave Eiffel University
5 Boulevard Descartes
Date of the next meeting : February 4, 2023
For any information, write to us : email@example.com
Choosing your course
To find out about the range of lifelong learning courses at Université Gustave Eiffel, see the Courses page.
You can search by degree, field, sector of activity or keywords. For each course, a blue box specifies the modalities. For adults returning to school you should search “lifelong learning”.
The range of courses is broken down by type of degree: Bachelor's degree, professional Bachelor's degree, Master's degree, but also the Diploma for access to university studies (DAEU), Technical University Diploma (DUT), engineering degree and university degree. Select the appropriate category and you will be able to download the brochure of the course you are interested in.
If you have any questions about the courses and the conditions of access, you should contact the secretariat of the course concerned. You will find the contact details in the contact tab of the course.
From application to admission to the course
To apply for one or more courses, you must go to the e-Candidat platform. This is a platform for pre-enrolment in Université Gustave Eiffel courses. You can then follow the status of your application. The pedagogical team selects the applicants and the pedagogical secretariat will inform you of your admission.
There is a special procedure for year one applicants as well as for foreign applicants.
- Year one applicants must complete a specific application.
- If you are a foreign applicant, please consult the specific procedure.
Applications begin in February and enrolment in July for entry into the course the following year. Some courses have different timetables, for example, with start dates in January.
You can obtain all the information from the secretariat of the course concerned.
Location and opening hours :
COPERNIC Building - Office 1V080
5 boulevard Descartes, 77450 Champs-sur-Marne
Reception of the public : Tuesday to Thursday from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm and from 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm
ERASME Building - Room B122
6/8 Cours du Danube, 77700 Serris
Reception of the public : Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm and from 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm
- Lifelong Learning Managers
Charlène LARANCE - +33 (0)1 60 95 70 21
Marissa BOD - +33 (0)1 60 95 71 36
Sophie LE VAGUERESSE - +33(0)1 60 95 78 02
- Engineering and development;
Sandrine ANDRADE - +33 (0)1 60 95 71 40
Sophie LEBRUN - +33 (0)1 60 95 71 30
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
- Head of department