Every Wednesday from noon to 1 pm, UCBC community gathers to participate in the exposé session of the day, around a specific topic. The speakers, experts in that day's chosen field, come from the community as well as outside guests, especially.
The session always ends with a series of Question-And-Answers as participants are interested in the subject with a critical mind that can change the challenges into opportunities.
Everything is communication, we cannot not communicate. Paul Watzlawic
The Communication Festival is a framework where students expose their different talents in order to pass on a message to a heterogeneous audience, through:
- radio or TV news
- traditional dances
- cultural exhibitions
This event is organized by the coordination of the Faculty of Information and Communication, during the International Day of Freedom of the Press, celebrated every March 3rd.
In this context, some elders of the community are invited to interact around issues that are relevant to a situation, a well-chosen context. This allows us to preserve our vision, share our values and lived experiences, keep memories of where we come from, while staring at the hope of a bright future.
Every year, a series of contests is organized in order to promote bilingualism within the community, bringing together students of all levels. The aim is to promote bilingualism in the within the community. The questions range from grammar, vocabulary, conjugation, spelling, dissertation, to general culture. The winner is always rewarded with a trophy.
Excursions and Twinning
In order to keep in touch and interact with students and scientists from other universities, UCBC Students' Government, in collaboration with faculty coordinations, organizes excursions to visit other environments with a taste for tourism, science, and entertainment. During this activity, students from the corresponding departments meet to discuss a particular theme of their field, with an opportunity to make new friends and correspondents.