Publié le 2 mars 2020 Mis à jour le 20 mars 2020
le 1 avril 2020

Colloque international à Lyon 2 sur l’accueil à l’université en France et au Royaume-Uni

Dans le contexte actuel (Covid-19), le colloque est annulé et reporté à une date ultérieure.

Dans le cadre du projet “L’accueil des nouveaux/elles étudiant.es en Europe : comparaison France-Angleterre” (laboratoire Éducation, cultures, politiques, financement IDEX UdL), le colloque porte sur l’accueil, l’accompagnement et le suivi des étudiant.es. Des chercheur.es de France et du Royaume-Uni analyseront l’expérience des étudiant.es ainsi que le rôle des établissements d'enseignement supérieur et des organisations transnationales dans la définition de leurs besoins. Une attention particulière sera accordée aux processus qui entravent l’inclusion des étudiant.es (internationaux/ales ou nationaux/ales) dans le contexte d'internationalisation post-Brexit et de marchandisation croissante de l'enseignement supérieur.

Notez que le colloque se déroulera en anglais, que l'inscription est gratuite mais que pour des raisons d'organisation, il est demandé de confirmer votre présence via le formulaire ci-dessous.

 
Présentation

Welcome to higher education? New and potential students in England and France
This one-day international conference brings together higher education researchers based in France and the UK on the topic of “welcoming/accueil“- who is welcomed and how students are supported in their transitions to university. It is organised by the research project “L’accueil des nouveaux étudiants en Europe: comparaison France-Angleterre”, which investigates practice and openness to incoming students in both countries. The project is based at ECP research laboratory, Université Lumière Lyon 2). The conference language will be English.

The conference will explore the notion of “welcome” at university in its broader sense, including practical and pedagogical support offered to first-year students and students on international mobility programmes. It will reflect on the role of higher education institutions and transnational organisations in defining and attending to the needs of students in France and the UK. A key question for the conference relates to the discursive process of inclusion/exclusion of students and would-be students, in the context of increasing internationalisation of education and growing managerialism and marketisation of universities – the current legislative draft of the French national research programme (Loi de programmation pluriannuelle de la recherche) seems to be an example of these processes.

The conference is free to attend. Confirm your attendance by email to the event organizer.

Programme
  • 9.30-10.00 Tea and coffee 
  • 10.00-10.15 Opening remarks by Stephane Simonian, Université Lumière Lyon 2
  • 10.15-11.00 Agnès van Zanten, CNRS-Sciences Po Paris: ‘Gatekeeping through marketing discourses in an era of more open gates to higher education: websites, open doors and higher education fairs in France’
  • 11.00-11.30 Stephen Parker, University of Glasgow: ‘Theorising student transition and aspiration and as capabilities for navigating education systems’
  • 11.30-12.00 Germán Fernandez-Vavrik, Université Lumière Lyon 2: ‘”Welcome practices” for incoming undergraduates in France and England. Knowledges and circulations at stake’
  • 12.00 – 12.30 Questions for the panel (Agnès van Zanten, Stephen Parker and Germán Fernandez-Vavrik) chaired by Anna Mazenod
  • 12.30-14.00 Lunch break
  • 14.00-14.30 Marie-Pierre Moreau, Anglia Ruskin University: ‘Carers in academia: In/visibilities, mis/recognition and hierarchies of care’
  • 14.30–15.00 Ursula Wingate, King’s College London: ‘Welcome to academic literacy? The need for a curriculum-integrated instructional approach’
  • 15.00-15.30 Claire Polo, Université Lumière Lyon 2: 'Getting out of the maze, up the stairs or growing flowers...: new students' perception of the road to success as they evolve in the CLEFS programme'
  • 15.30-16.00 Anna Mazenod, Université Lumière Lyon 2: ‘The discourse of welcome in university websites and representations of students and student life in England and France’
  • 16.00-16.30 Questions for the panel (Marie-Pierre Moreau, Ursula Wingate, Claire Polo and Anna Mazenod) chaired by Germán Fernandez-Vavrik
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Informations pratiques

Date(s) et lieu(x)
Le 01 avril 2020
De 09:30 à 16:30
Informations complémentaires : Espace Marc Bloch, MSH Lyon St-Étienne

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