(your academic contact)
The administrative officer
(your administrative contact)
If you have any questions regarding your admin file, please contact your
The administrative officer will then send you a purchase order form by e-mail.
Once your teaching contract has been completed, you should log on to the “Choruspro” web portal to submit your invoice, which must include the following compulsory details:
Do not hesitate to contact your administrative officer for further information about how to use Choruspro (https://chorus-pro.gouv.fr/)
Invoices are payable within 30 days.
Your IMT-BS e-mail account
You have an email forwarding address to the personal email address you gave us during the recruitment process. It takes the following form: firstname.lastname@example.org (IMT-BS). Please note that is important to communicate with your students (via the Moodle platform, in particular).
Your computer account gives you access to all the online services as well as to the computers in the practical training (TP) rooms for all the operating environments available (Linux, Windows, etc.).
WIFI: Secure access to Eduroam WIFI and to the wired network on campus (nominal 100 Mbps is possible). You will be able to use your account in all Eduroam WIFI-equipped schools.
Your teaching schedule
The Moodle online learning platform is configured according to the settings made by the coordinators of the courses you teach on.
HELPDESK contact details
Reception in Room B05, from 8.15am to 12.00pm and from 12.45pm to 5.00pm. The HelpDesk will help you solve various IT problems (WIFI access, connections, etc.).
You can borrow paper books, order a case study and access documentary resources, including databases.
Your requests must be approved by your coordinator. The photocopying service processes requests within 72 hours.
If you send your request by e-mail (email@example.com), it is essential that you copy in your coordinator.
The Education and Training Department determines the lecturer’s teaching commitments.
Remuneration for teaching work (mentioned in the notice accompanying the contract of work) includes:
The assessment guidelines must be specified on the course syllabus. Unless special instructions are given at least 15 days before the assessment, students will be authorised to use any document during the assessment.
The subjects for the two examination sessions (final exam CF1 and re-sit session CF2) must be prepared by you and submitted, in paper or electronic form, no later than 15 days before the date of the CF1 exam. (cf. academic timetable).
Grades are submitted using the transcript provided by the school office. Grades should be sent to the module coordinator and/or the school office within a maximum of 3 weeks following the date of the assessment.
Thanks to your computer account, you can connect your PC or one borrowed at reception to WIFI via the EDUROAM network.
Useful information for D-Day
Your badge allows you to open the barrier located on the rue Charles Fourier side of the Campus.
Your vehicle must be parked in the visitor car park.
Your badge gives you access to the Campus via a turnstile on the side of rue Charles Fourier (RER D – Bras de Fer) or on the side of Bld des Coquibus (RER D – Évry – Courcouronnes).
You can have lunch in the campus restaurant at the visitor’s rate upon presentation of your badge and payment in cash or by credit card.
All classrooms are equipped with a video projector, but not with computers.
If you do not have a laptop, you can book one at reception.
You must make your reservation request by e-mail to reception 48 hours in advance (firstname.lastname@example.org), or to the School Office/coordinator.
You can also borrow whiteboard marker pens, a microphone if you are teaching in a lecture hall, PC, video projector, video camera, camera, Mac connector cable, HDMI connector cable, etc.
You can connect with your computer account to the PCs available in rooms and to the laptops collected at the reception desk.
A “How to use the audio-visual equipment” notice can be found next to each video projector case.
In the case of technical problems, contact the HELPDESK on: (01 60 76) 66 99 from 7.50 a.m. to 12 noon and from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.