New plan for building works to rationalise the University premises and make them even more suitable for the student community. The organisation of premises into logical districts by activity, with suitable spaces and services, involves making some specific improvements:

  • increasing the number of places dedicated to learning activities (classrooms, laboratories, study rooms), including workstations for students with disabilities
  • equipping the spaces with suitable technologies and tools
  • extending usability of the spaces, with longer opening hours for individual and group study
  • equipping refreshment points within existing and/or new spaces
  • identifying suitable spaces so that recognised student associations can self-manage their recreation and cultural activities.

References to the strategic plan

  • B.3.1 - To reinforce the services intended to ensure improved study and living conditions for students, partly through partnerships with public and private actors
  • B.3.2 - To promote study opportunities for disadvantaged students, consolidating coordinated action with local institutions and communities on 'right to higher education' issues
  • C.1.3 - To promote processes that enhance the environmental and social sustainability of the university’s buildings, facilities and community, while also revitalising the area in synergy with all local institutions

References to un goals