Student associations and activities
Enjoy the richness of community life
EM Normandie is widely recognised for the legendary dynamism of its community life, an essential pillar of the Learning Experience. Its secret: committed students and great freedom of action!
Having knowledge is good. Using it in meaningful projects is even better.
Lead concrete projects and see them blossom, develop new skills, share human adventures and, who knows, turn your passion into a profession.
- 100+ Student Associations
- 50+ Community Projects
- 1,000+ students involved in the School's associations
- 100+ student-organised events every year
Take part in a meaningful project!
Join a rich and dynamic community life: participate in the creation of a school in Peru or in the organisation of an rugby tournament, set up a project around eSport and digital culture, propose wine evenings, orchestrate musical events...
Get involved in an Associative Project with one of the School's associations, in a Community Project with one of the School's partner organisations (Ligue contre le cancer, Unicef, sports club, etc.) or create your own project.
Take part in a unique experience and get involved in causes you care about.
Take advantage of half-days to work as a team on concrete projects on the themes of your choice.
Accompanied by the Associations and Animations team, put your knowledge into practice and develop new skills.
Develop your skills by learning to :
- manage a budget
- meet deadlines
- develop your team spirit
- develop your leadership skills
- sharpen your ability to manage several files at once
Carry out your project
Every week, you are given time to dedicate to community projects. The School provides support and training to students at all stages of the project.
All projects are encouraged and will be assessed. The primary mission of EM Normandie’s associations is to enable students to start to show initiative and to learn through trial and error. And for some lucky students, they will be a springboard to transforming their passion into a job!
As vice-president of the Arts Council, I was able to build unique and lasting relationships with the other members and become professional in a project that was close to my heart. Our flagship event, the organisation of the Gala on the Le Havre campus, was an opportunity to put into practice all the lessons I had learned in class, from meeting with service providers to negotiating quotes and working as a team! For me, participating in community life is one of the best experiences offered by EM Normandie.
Vice-president, Arts Council
I discovered the Fédération des Secouristes Français Croix Blanche during the day dedicated to the choice of our future association. The possibility of joining an external structure within the framework of the Community Project was a novelty and the proposed mission was captivating: to develop and modernise the association's image. A real challenge that I took up with another student from EM Normandie! We produced flyers and photo reports, managed social networks, wrote grant applications, etc. A real immersion in the world of communication that allowed me to develop confidence, creativity and a taste for teamwork. I can also add to my CV many technical skills such as project management, knowledge of social networks and content writing.
Fédération des Secouristes Français Croix Blanche
The "Induction Days"
At the beginning of the new school year, take part in the Induction Days on your campus. Several days of integration to meet the +6,353 students, both French and international, and to integrate easily into your School.
The entire EM Normandie community meets during this period for festive activities and parties. This is an opportunity to discover your new city, your campus, your future association, etc.
The Student Office (BDE) on each campus and the School's Associations and Campus Life Department have come up with a unique, unifying and fun experience for you. It's an opportunity to create unforgettable memories and to start investing 200% in your student life!