The last two decades have seen the expansion of ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) in all aspects of our lives, including at university. ICTs are already recognised as very useful, and in some cases even essential, for both teachers and students. They are present in many aspects of the university’s life. ICTs provide links - between students themselves, between students and teachers and between the administration and the students. They also facilitate access to knowledge. These two aspects, which are largely intertwined, should be further developed within the university. Presently, the use of ICTs varies from one university to another, with certain universities promoting a wider use of ICTs, sometimes but not always because they have more financial resources.