Campus

Caen Campus

The Caen campus receives students every year entering Year 1 of the undergraduate program via the SESAME examination.

 

Situated in the heart of the Technopole Caen-Normandie within easy reach of the downtown area by a modern electric tram line and many bus routes, it offers its students: 7000m² square feet of facilities including 4 lecture halls, 5 computer rooms, 2 language labs, a media library and multi-purpose classrooms.

Only a few kilometres away from the English Channel and less than 2 hours from Paris, Caen is the capital of a region renowned throughout the world, Lower-Normandy, at the heart of a district of 250,000 inhabitants. Every year, Caen welcomes 25,000 students who appreciate the quality urban environment of this international city.

About the Caen campus

The Le Havre Campus

The Le Havre campus receives students entering Year 3 of the undergraduate program and Year 1 of the graduate program (BCE and PASSERELLE 1 & 2 examination).

Situated downtown by the marina and the beachfront, it spreads over 11,000 m² and offers the most-up-to date equipment: 6 computer rooms totalling 150 computers, Internet-Extranet-Intranet networks, 4 lecture halls, one media library on two levels, 1 language lab and 21 lecture rooms.

 

Situated on one of the busiest sea routes in the world, Le Havre is the largest town in Normandy, the 5th largest port in Europe and a major international trade hub and gateway to the Paris area and the heart of Europe. "City of Art and History," Le Havre has won international renown for the universal qualities of its architecture and has been recently granted the status of world heritage site by the UNESCO.

About the Le Havre Campus

Deauville Campus


Deauville, the world-famous seaside resort for the Paris area, is also a major centre for conventions and professional tourism events such as the American Film Festival or the Women's Forum.

Deauville Campus