Gala Associations


Discover the Ecole du Louvre associations: Association de l'Ecole du Louvre, Bureau des eleves, Ecole du Louvre Junior Conseil, Association sportive.
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L’Association de l’Ecole du Louvre and Ecole du Louvre Alumni

Since 1935, the Association de l’Ecole du Louvre has been a relay between external students, students and alumni.
It offers external students lecture tours linked to the latest news from museums and organises cultural trips in France and abroad, accompanied by conservators and Ecole du Louvre teachers in direct connection with the teaching provided.

It participates directly in school life, including the awarding of the annual prize and the organisation of student trips for specialist courses.
Through its “Ecole du Louvre alumni” network, the association organises events and activities reserved for those who have successfully obtained a diploma at the school.


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Bureau des élèves Ecole du Louvre

Le bureau des élèves (BDE) de l’Ecole du Louvre

Created by students in 1991 and renewed in 2006, the BDE (student association) strengthens student dynamics through various activities: integration week and trip, shows, exhibitions, conferences, evenings, after-work events and end-of-year gala.

It consists of a bureau and a board of directors as well as three divisions (Culture, Events and Communication).

The BDE supports initiatives led by students through its clubs:

  • Louvr'boite (student newspaper)
  • Choir
  • Cinema club
  • Theatre Club
  • Archéo-Club
  • Le Defile de l’Histoire (dedicated to the reconstruction of historic costumes)
  • Mauvais genre(s) (LGBTQI+ club)
  • Mens Sana (AMAP)
  • Calliope (Eloquence Club)
  • Photo club
  • Games club
  • Art-Thémis (feminist club)
  • Orchestra
  • Marche de l’Art (art market) Ecole du Louvre
  • Club experience (drawing club)


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École du Louvre Junior Conseil

Ecole du Louvre Junior Conseil

La Junior-entreprise de l’École du Louvre

A junior-entreprise’s aim is to participate in school life while helping develop students’ professional skills.

It allows students:

  • to work in a team and meet students from all cycles,
  • to carry out paid studies using the teaching provided at the school,
  • to get professional experience in different fields,
  • to acquire new skills,
  • to develop a real professional network.

Areas of intervention:

  • studies of audiences and museography devices,
  • design of support materials and organisation of visits,
  • documentation and creation of files of works, monuments and collections,
  • inventories and recommendations for preventive conservation…


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Association sportive de l'Ecole du Louvre

The school’s sports association promotes exercise and movement within the Ecole du Louvre.

It offers:

  • Volleyball
  • Running
  • Cheerleading
  • Rock-Latin dance
  • Badminton
  • Yoga
  • Horse riding
  • and many more...


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