Last updated on 03 juin 2022
Published on April 28, 2022 Updated on June 3, 2022
To make an appointment at the International Student Office (BEI), you must go through the Affluences website.

➢Appointment for exchange students on BDR campus

➢Appointment for non-exchange students on PDA campus

For any question regarding outgoing mobility (Lyon 2 students going to a host institution abroad), you can come to the DRI (BDR campus) on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 9am to 12pm and from 2pm to 5pm without an appointment.

DRI / Welcome Desk - International Student Office (BEI)
Open Monday to Thursday from 9am to 6pm, and Fridays from 9am to 5pm
On the Porte des Alpes campus
Maison de l'étudiant.e (MDE)
avenue Pierre Mendès-France
69500 Bron - Tram T2 access
On the Berges du Rhône campus
Bélénos Building 2nd floor
Office BEL.224 and BEL.228
DRI / International Trainings Office (SFI)
MINERVE and International Short Programs 
BEL.442 and BEL.443 - open every day except Tuesday from 9am to 12pm and from 2pm to 4:30pm

Berges du Rhône Campus
International Partnership Degrees (DPI)
BEL.222 - open on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 9am to 12pm and from 2pm to 5pm

Berges du Rhône Campus

DRI / Partnerships and Outgoing Mobility Office
Bélénos Building 2nd floor
Welcoming students on Monday/Tuesday/Thursday from 9am to 12am and from 2pm to 5pm, without appointment
Welcoming teachers and administrative staff by appointment.

Berges du Rhône Campus
DRI / Guidance and Project Management Office

Bélénos Building 2nd floor

Open every day 
Welcoming teachers and administrative staff by appointment

Berges du Rhône Campus

contacts of the DRI staff


Vice President Director Executive assistant
04 78 69 71 82 - office BEL228 - BDR campus
International Student Office (BEI)

Laura DUBOIS, Head of Office
06 18 82 43 84 - office BEL228 - BDR campus

Reception and support
for non-exchange students
Reception and support
for exchange students
Alter Ego program - Social and cultural integration  International Mentoring Centre
Mamadou TOURE, reception and support referent for international students
04 78 77 31 75
office MDE107 - PDA campus

Elisa CININI, referent for incoming non-exchange students and Campus France 
04 78 77 30 02
office MDE107 - PDA  campus

Amina BERTRAND, Referent of Office digitalization
06 10 96 24 03
office BEL.228 - BDR campus
Marjorie DE SAINT JEAN, Referent for Erasmus+ incoming mobility
04 78 69 74 18 - office BEL.224
BDR campus

Mathilde LAGARDE, referent for World (Erasmus Mundus) incoming mobility
04 78 69 70 42 - office BEL.224
BDR campus
Livia ZOTOVICI MARTINS,  referent for the Alter Ego program and CROUS housing
04 78 77 31 75 
office BEL.228 - BDR campus

Antonia ATURCANITEI, referent for the Alter Ego program - OFAJ volunteer
04 78 77 31 75
office MDE107 - PDA campus
Laurie SANIEL, administrative and pedagogical manager of the International Mentoring Center
04 78 77 24 88
office MDE107 - PDA campus
Partnerships and Outgoing Mobility Office

Dorothée ORJOL-SOUSA, Head of Office
04 78 69 73 18 - office BEL230 - BDR campus

Outgoing mobility Mobility scholarships Specific mobility Cooperation agreements
Elsa RADUREAU, Erasmus+ outgoing mobility coordinator
04 78 69 70 69
office BEL.223 - BDR campus

Delphine DEJEANS, Erasmus+ outgoing mobility coordinator
04 78 69 70 69 
office BEL.224 - BDR campus

Hélène LECOCQ, International mobility outside the EU coordinator
04 78 69 72 32
office BEL.223 - BDR campus
Valérie RAISON, mobility grants coordinator
04 78 69 76 03
office BEL.223 - BDR campus
Erasmus + Internship/Staff Mobility coordinator
office BEL.222 - BDR campus
Flora PULCE, Erasmus+ agreements coordinator
04 78 69 72 22
office BEL.226 - BDR campus

Clotilde PESCHET, International agreements with partners outside the EU coordinator
04 78 69 70 52
office BEL.226 - BDR campus

Yi-hsun HSIEH, trainee assistant for international agreements with partners outside the EU
International Trainings Office (SFI)
Office managers International MINERVE Program (PIM) International Short Programs (PIM) Double Degrees (DPI) 
Director: Monica MARTINAT
04 78 69 73 36

Head of Office: Flore CARCIOFO
04 78 69 76 02

➢Administrative contacts (for your
questions about university administration issues of students, lecturers or guest professors)

➢Pedagogical contacts
(Teachers in charge, lecturers and teaching assistants)
Chiara Martignago

04 78 69 71 87

04 78 69 72 66 -
Office BEL.222 - BDR campus
Guidance and Project Management Office

Emmanuelle  GROSJEAN, Head of Office
04 78 69 72 75 - Office BEL.226 - BDR campus

Guidance International projects coordinators
Pascaline JACQUET, finance and budget coordinator
04 78 69 72 19
office BEL.228 - BDR campus

Florian LEBEAU, mobility software coordinator
04 78 69 71 33
office BEL.227 - BDR campus 

Petra JULLIEN, projects coordinator
04 78 69 71 89
bureau BEL.227 - BDR campus

Alexandre CHATEAURAYNAUD, projects coordinator
office BEL.227 - BDR campus
Missions of the DRI

The Office is responsible for coordinating the international activities of the 4 services, the administrative and financial management, and the promotion and communication of the office. It also supports the vice-president in performing his functions.
Since the vote of the new statutes of the University during the Board of Directors of April 27, 2017, the General Service of International Relations has become the International Relations Office. The Office still has an International Relations Committee (CORI).
This office ensures, within the framework of the guidelines defined by the Board of Directors, the international opening assigned to the university, as defined by the Education Code.
It provides the decision-making bodies with the analytical elements necessary to set the institution's international strategy.
It implements and coordinates the institution's international policy actions.

Thus, its role is to:

coopération Coordinate and promote international student and staff mobility


financement Develop international cooperation agreements and projects

expertise Promote our academic and research programs at an international level

representation Host international delegations

formation Support and develop the internationalisation at home – from the academic curriculum to the interactions between home and international students and faculty.
Role of the DRI services

To achieve its objectives, the management is structured around 4 distinct Offices:

International Student Office (BEI)

The International Student Office was created to be as close as possible to the concerns of international students at the University Lumière Lyon 2. It is the place where they can open up in confidence to the Office staff and ask about any question regarding their administrative, academic and integration concerns. These staff members are qualified to offer them support in their various endeavors, in collaboration with partners from Lyon 2 and the Lyon metropolitan area.
The BEI offers the welcoming program Alter Ego in order to help international students integrate into society. Additionally, Alter Ego launches a mutual aid program called “Operation Binôme” every semester, putting French students in contact with international students.
The BEI equally consists of the International Mentoring Center (CMI) which aims to improve the French language and academic methodology of international students. The Center offers thematic workshops online and on-site as well as individual tutorials led by CMI tutors.
This office also welcomes international students coming to our university for a semester or a year as part of an exchange program. The students are welcomed and supported administratively and pedagogically by the mobility members of staff who will ensure their success. The BEI also sets up courses specially created for international exchange students (specific courses) in order to facilitate their integration within our university.

Partnerships and Outgoing Mobility Office

Partnerships and Outgoing Mobility Office is the administrative contact for outgoing mobility projects, whether for students or university staff, to destinations in Europe or beyond, within the framework of various programs. It accompanies users from the beginning of their project to its implementation: before, during and after. It supervises the various application processes for mobility, ensures a daily monitoring of the mobility and actively participates in the promotion and enhancement of international mobility.
This Office also manages the various mechanisms for granting financial aid for all types of mobility (studies, internships, teaching, training, prospecting).
In order to implement framed mobility (outgoing but also incoming), this department is in charge of the instruction and management of international cooperation agreements, whether they are mobility agreements or international partnership diplomas (an action that requires more advanced support in the setting up of agreements), ensuring that the legal, administrative and financial framework is respected.
The staff of this Office work in close collaboration with the international actors of the institution (teachers in charge, agreement holders, school departments, DRED, COSIE) as well as with the international partners (Agreements and Incoming service) and the financing organizations (Region, Ministry, Erasmus+ Agency).

International Trainings Office (SFI)
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Steering and Project Management Office

The main mission of this office is to seek funding to support and develop the international projects of research professors while ensuring that the legal, administrative and financial framework of our public institution is respected.
They monitor calls for projects and disseminate funding opportunities in a targeted manner. They assist the teacher-researchers in setting up their projects and, in particular, in drawing up the provisional budgets. Once the project has been accepted, this service also carries out the administrative and financial management of the project in order to relieve the component. The department's staff ensures that the grant is used efficiently, while respecting the deadlines imposed by the donors. They support the project leaders in the drafting of intermediate and final reports.
The main funding bodies to which we submit projects are: the European Commission (Erasmus+), the Ministry of Higher Education and Research, the Franco-German University, the Franco-Italian University, the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie, the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Region and the City of Lyon.
Thanks to the work of the Finance Coordinator and the referent of the mobility software, this department contributes to the management of the institution's international activities.