Wellbeing activities

Just as for sports and cultural activities, you are welcome to sign up for one or more Wellbeing classes each semester. These workshops are organised by the Campus Life & Student Engagement department along with the Sports Association (FR).

Essentially focused on breathing exercises, boosting concentration and reconnecting with your body, or to reduce stress and promote relaxation, these activities can be a valuable resource in the pursuit of calm, to restore self-assurance, manage stress or soothe the minor ailments of our daily lives. 

Wellbeing activities

Wellbeing activities, Spring semester 2020-2021.

Course registration

Registration takes place online at the start of each semester, via your student account. For any queries, or if you have difficulty registering online (ECTS credit limit exceeded, time conflict with another class, alumni, students on gap year or internship, etc.), you can register in person with the Campus Life & Student Engagement department, at the place and times indicated in the Newsletter sent to you at the beginning of the semester.

How to pay for your classes

To pay for your classes, you can either:

  • use the electronic payment system available on your student interface during the dates and times specified in the Newsletter sent to you at the beginning of the semester.
  • pay in person by bank card or cheque on registration days.

For practical reasons, we recommend that you avoid paying in cash.

Please note: any booking which has not been paid for by the close of online registration will be automatically cancelled and the places put back in play. In order to re-register, you would then need to come in person on the specified dates.

Course regulations

Enrolment in these classes will give you a maximum of 2 ECTS credits, regardless of the number of courses you choose to do (sports, culture or wellbeing). These courses are marked as pass or fail on the basis of attendance: in other words, to validate your course and obtain your 2 credits, you are required to attend a minimum of 10 out of the 12 sessions in a semester. Applicable regulations are stipulated in article 5 of the Academic Rules and Regulations (PDF, 140 Ko).

Any absence due to exams or IELTS language tests can be excused, upon presentation of an explanatory letter from your academic office, addressed to the Campus Life & Student Engagement department.

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