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Updated on: 19/10/2023
Check this page for all the numbers to contact in case of an emergency or for advice and instructions to follow.
+33 (0)5 40 00 89 79 (24/7)
+33 (0)5 56 84 29 88
+33 (0)5 57 57 30 50
+33 (0)5 57 57 14 50 (24/7)
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Everyone is required to be vigilant on campus, on a daily basis, by following certain instructions or by reporting suspicious incidents.
The University of Bordeaux has set up a digital SMS text alert system to inform you quickly in the event of a clear and immediate threat, such as an attack, a health alert, a major computer failure or other serious situations.
The text alert sent by the university will be identifiable by recipients by 5 numbers "3 89 45" and the presence of "Université de Bordeaux" or "UB" at the top of the message.
Simply enter your phone number and your main geographic location (Peixotto, Montesquieu, Carreire campus, etc.).
In compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), personal data collected may only be used by the University of Bordeaux for the purposes the personal information was provided for.
You can unsubscribe from this digital service at any time. Changes can be made online via the ENT (ex: new phone number, change of main geographic location).
Teachers or staff must accompany people with disabilities to the outside of the building like all other occupants, and if that is not possible, move them to a safe waiting area, away from the flames and smoke. These areas include gangways, stairwells, terraces, all areas delimited by two fire doors or, lastly, classrooms near windows.
Call the fire and rescue centre or physically get the message to security staff to indicate the place where the disabled person was placed to await evacuation.
There is a watchdog unit against sexual harassment, sexist and homophobic violence at the University of Bordeaux. It is a place where victims or witnesses can be listened to, guided and supported. It responds in a practical and confidential manner to situations brought to its attention and acts to prevent and dissuade any and all abusive behaviours.
Yves Gambier351 cours de la Libération. Bldg A32, 1st floor 33405 Talence CEDEX
+33 (0)6 22 63 26 56
In an effort to reduce its energy consumption, the University of Bordeaux is planning ahead for possible power cuts this winter. "Procedures" to follow in case of cuts are available on the dedicated information page.
Visit the energy watch page