A competition for UNIL and EPFL students
The Durabilis Award, launched in 2007, is awarded to projects with an approach that integrates the dimensions of sustainable development, namely: the environment, society and the economy.
The Durabilis Award is supported by the Rectorate of the University of Lausanne, by the Vice-Presidency for Academic Affairs of EPFL (VPAA) and by the town of St Sulpice.
The competition is open to any student enrolled in a Bachelor’s or Master’s program at EPFL or UNIL. All projects carried out under the supervision of a teacher through an academic curriculum can be presented. These may include individual or group projects.
Students who are exmatriculated after obtaining their UNIL or EPFL Bachelor’s or Master’s degree must have completed their project report during their degree program, and no later than one calendar year before applying for the award.
The award is not open to students in a joint UNIL Bachelor’s or Master’s program who are enrolled at a partner university, or to incoming exchange students at EPFL or UNIL.