Facilities

Sport forms an integral part of the learning process on the EDHEC academic campuses in Lille and Nice, which are fully equipped with appropriate facilities and dedicated staff.

High-Level Sporting Facilities

The Lille Campus offers its students 3,200 m² of sports facilities, including a swimming pool, a sports hall, a dance studio, a squash court and a gym. Everyone can practise the sport they love: over 20 sporting disciplines are on offer, including weekly training sessions led by qualified teachers. These facilities are open to the School’s students and also to staff, who can therefore take part in their favourite sport as a leisure activity outside lecture hours.

Even though its campus is located in the city centre, Nice also offers sports facilities, including a dojo, a dance studio and a gym. In addition, the campus has formed many partnerships with sports clubs in the area. Although Thursday afternoon is reserved for sporting activities, students may still take advantage of the facilities individually on other days of the week. All they need to do is register online.

Sports Managers are assisted by the Sports Office, a student organisation that jointly coordinates the practice of sport and is the contact point for EDHEC’s 7,000 students.

 

SPORT In FIGURES

1640

hours of sports practise

40

teachers

3000

members

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