EPFL’s Educational Affairs office (DAF) provides an array of support services for students to help them manage university life. We coordinate new student integration and give social, psychological and spiritual assistance to those who need it. We also takes steps to accommodate disabled students and student athletes, and we promote careers in science and engineering – especially among young women.
Through the DAF, students and faculty can take language courses and get help with their job search. Faculty can also benefit from teaching advice and support based on the latest advancements in educational research. All of our activities are designed to help implement the educational strategy set out by EPFL’s Senior Management. The DAF also generates data and statistics to help inform decision-making at our school.
DAF Offices and Services
The Education Outreach Department organise in-house and external events to promote the range of studies available at EPFL.
The Science Outreach Department promotes the dissemination of scientific and technological knowledge to the general public and science and technology among young people.
The Registrar’s Office is responsible for the management of studies at EPFL, from registration to mobility, including study plans and official documents.
The office in charge of production of education statistics
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The Student affairs welcomes all students to meet their needs, help them settle in and support their progress at EPFL.
The Management of student associations provides our students with the tools and resources they need to thrive associative life and make it become compatible with their studies.
The Career Center is bridge between EPFL and the working life.
The Language Center encourages and promotes language learning in order to meet the challenges of international university education and mobility. It also enables the development of plurilingual and intercultural skills with a view to the competent use of languages in multiple contexts and for various purposes.
The Teaching support centre is responsible for the pedagogical aspects of the education programs and their development.
The University Chaplaincy provides an ecumenical presence on campus in an open spirit. It supports existential questioning, facilitates the integration of foreign students and doctoral candidates, and promotes interreligious dialogue.
The Legal department advises, supports and assists students and teaching staff in the framework EPFL studies.