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International Week

Changes and upheavals : between ambitions and realities - May 2 - 5, 2023


Polytech Angers
International Week May 2-5, 2023
Angers, France

We live in a time of increasingly rapid change. Whether foreseeable or unexpected, desired or imposed, disruption raises the question of our resilience and our ability to find collective and individual solutions to a set of environmental, social and systemic challenges.

These observations lead to many questions :

What answers (technological, civic, personal, societal) are available ?

How can we find a consensus between generations?

How can we reconcile a long-term vision with our own aspirations and freedom of choice?

During our International Week, we will focus on these questions and their implications in engineering education.   With our students in mind, our activities include formal and informal discussions, sharing of teaching practices, guest teacher presentations, and student projects.

The  working language is English, with participant communications in Spanish, German, French.

SUITABLE FOR ERASMUS TEACHING MOBILITIES: pre-register to receive an Erasmus+ Mobility Official Invitation

Preregistration / Information :   intweek.polytech @



The following hotels are local favorites and centrally located.  For prices and availability, please contact the hotel directly.

Additional information is available at the Angers Tourist Office website


Getting Around

Angers is a small town and easy to navigate by public transport or on foot.

The international week will be held at two locations (All directions are from the town center).

  • Polytech Angers Health Campus Building : 16 bd. Daviers  (20 minutes from the town center by tram)

By tram :  Tram Line A Direction Avrillé-Ardennes,  Get off at Saint Serge or CHU stations  and walk up the boulevard Daviers to the building.  

  • Polytech Angers Belle Beille Campus Building : 62 avenue Notre Dame Du Lac (30 minutes from the center of town to the Belle Beille Campus.)  

By bus : Line 1 Direction Beille Beille,  Get off at the Notre Dame du Lac or the Polyech Angers stop.    

Please note that due to current tram construction, you may need to schedule extra time when using public transport.


Covid-19 Health and Safety Measures

Polytech Angers follows all nationally mandated health and safety measures in the fight against Covid-19.

Please refer to this site for latest measures.


Emergency Numbers

Dial 112 for Emergency Services (fire, police, ambulance).