A Computer Engineer school (which shall remain anonymous) has issued an assignment to almost every student, which is to produce a short (3-5min) tutorial of a given student-specific subject.
The school website coincidentally has a "Tutorial video" section, but no content yet.
When asked about this, the teacher said the assignment will not be used for the school website, even though the assignment requires students to concatenate their videos with a "For more tutorials, check school.name.com" at the end.
If the student videos end up on the website, is the school breaking any laws or infringing any rights?
The country I'm interested in is France.
Note: This is a private school, and while the contract asks the students to give up image rights, there is no mention of the status of work produced in the school.
I've read the contract again in search of intellectual property. I've specifically refused to give up intellectual rights in the contract, but did concede image rights.