Associative life (clubs and societies) offers students the opportunity to realise team projects, take-on responsibilities, approach the professional world and do sporting activities, etc.
The associative dimension is a big part of the school, allowing students to develop in addition to their education. They benefit from a diverse associative environment that they will get to know through their personal commitment to a student club, a sport team, etc.
Clubs are a rich source of experiences, and constitutes an essential complement to “school life”.
IÉSEG student associations are based on the same system whether they are located on the Paris or the Lille Campus.
IÉSEG’s 52 student associations are composed of 750 associative members, who organize hundreds of events during the academic year.
The Féderation des Étudiants is the overlying structure for all student associations at IÉSEG. Its goal is to supervise the five major intercampus events of the year (IÉSEG Weekend, Sports Weekend, Artistic Weekend, Gala, Ski School), to allot financial resources equally to the clubs and associations, and to make a link between the School’s students and its administration.
L’Association des Étudiants de l’IÉSEG Lille or AEIL and L’Association des Étudiants de l’IÉSEG Paris or AEIP are the cornerstones of associative life on each campus. These are responsible supervisory bodies, judicially and financially speaking, for the different campus associations under their control.
The goal of these student associations (also known as AEI) is to manage, finance and advise around 20 associations per campus in their various activities. The AEI look after the proper distribution of resources and look after project planning to make sure that events throughout the year run smoothly.