IMT Lille Douai does everything it can to ensure your success and is here to answer your questions. So these are the most frequently asked questions. If you do not find what you are looking for in this list, contact us!

I was admitted after the GEIPI-Polytech entrance exam

Students given a place after the GEIPI-Polytech entrance exam can stay in the REEFLEX hall of residence located 400 meters from our Villeneuve d'Ascq site. It has a wing of 170 apartments for IMT Lille Douai students, but priority for these is given to students entering at Baccalaureate level. The University of Lille Campus halls of residence are also available.
There is a cafeteria at the college and University of Lille Campus services (university restaurants, cafeterias, etc.) are also available to IMT Lille Douai students.

I have been given a place following a foundation course or based on my qualifications

Students given a place via the CPGE entrance exams (Mines-Télécom entrance exam, TPE / EIVP entrance exam) or based on their qualifications (after a degree or technology degree, as well as M1) will be based in Douai. They will have access to the Maison des Élèves (MDE). This is a group of 3 halls of residence offering a total of 635 rooms in the centre of Douai. A room is reserved when registering online on our ISIS platform.
Yes, except for students enrolled in L3. On weekends, kitchens are available to students who live at the MDE.
The hall of residence has paid underground parking for cars and free parking for bicycles and motorcycles.
Students must:
  • upload their ALS file on the Internet
  • and submit to the secretariat the rental certificate and the residence certificate which must include their surname and first name. Once completed by the secretariat, these documents will be submitted to the CAF.
Students can wash and dry their laundry at a paid self-service laundrette located at the MDE.
Yes, at the MDE in Douai the restaurant is available during the week (Monday to Friday) for morning, midday and evening meals (excluding the college holiday periods indicated at the beginning of the year).
No, this is strictly prohibited for safety and insurance reasons. Shared kitchenettes are available on request.
Teaching at the Douai site may take place on rue Charles Bourseul or at the Research Centre, boulevard Lahure. Distance and duration of journeys: MDE – Bourseul: 1.6 km, or 20 minutes on foot, MDE – Lahure: 3 km, or 40 minutes on foot. In year L3 (first year after CPGE), lessons generally take place at Bourseul.

Accommodation, catering, parking

Students given a place via the CPGE entrance exams (Mines-Télécom entrance exam, TPE / EIVP entrance exam) or based on their qualifications (after a degree or technology degree, as well as M1) will be based in Douai. They will have access to the Maison des Élèves (MDE). This is a group of 3 halls of residence offering a total of 635 rooms in the centre of Douai. A room is reserved when registering online on our ISIS platform.
Yes, except for students enrolled in L3. On weekends, kitchens are available to students who live at the MDE.
The hall of residence has paid underground parking for cars and free parking for bicycles and motorcycles.
Students must:
  • upload their ALS file on the Internet
  • and submit to the secretariat the rental certificate and the residence certificate which must include their surname and first name. Once completed by the secretariat, these documents will be submitted to the CAF.
Students can wash and dry their laundry at a paid self-service laundrette located at the MDE.
Yes, at the MDE in Douai the restaurant is available during the week (Monday to Friday) for morning, midday and evening meals (excluding the college holiday periods indicated at the beginning of the year).
No, this is strictly prohibited for safety and insurance reasons. Shared kitchenettes are available on request.
Teaching at the Douai site may take place on rue Charles Bourseul or at the Research Centre, boulevard Lahure. Distance and duration of journeys: MDE – Bourseul: 1.6 km, or 20 minutes on foot, MDE – Lahure: 3 km, or 40 minutes on foot. In year L3 (first year after CPGE), lessons generally take place at Bourseul.
Students given a place after the GEIPI-Polytech entrance exam can stay in the REEFLEX hall of residence located 400 meters from our Villeneuve d'Ascq site. It has a wing of 170 apartments for IMT Lille Douai students, but priority for these is given to students entering at Baccalaureate level. The University of Lille Campus halls of residence are also available.
There is a cafeteria at the college and University of Lille Campus services (university restaurants, cafeterias, etc.) are also available to IMT Lille Douai students.

Induction

Your application data is taken and added to our ISIS online registration platform. To access it, you will receive an email within a few days (at the address you provided when applying) with your login details. You will be able to look at additional documents, verify, fill in your information and then confirm your registration.
Some email services (including Outlook, Live, and sometimes Gmail) sometimes classify the emails we send to you as spam, or even delete them without warning. To avoid this, we recommend that you add the domain @imt-lille-douai.fr to your authorised address book.
New students are welcomed with a structure set up by the students: the CAPA overseen by the school administration. The idea behind it is to get to know each other better and get the year started on a good footing. All kinds of initiation rituals are and will remain prohibited.

General engineering course

Since the start of the 2017 academic year, only one “IMT Lille Douai” general engineering course has been offered to students, but at two sites depending on their year of study and their choice of orientation. Our students are in Villeneuve d'Ascq for the foundation cycle and in Douai for the 1st year of the engineering cycle after which it depends on the courses chosen.