Lille

The EDHEC Campus in Lille, located inside a huge wooded park, offers an outstanding education in an exceptional, welcoming and connected environment.

Lille, the birthplace of EDHEC

The Lille Campus, which is eco-friendly, entrepreneurial and within easy access of the city, embodies both the dynamism of the EDHEC Business School and its innovative strategy. The campus welcomes 4,000 students (one third of whom come from abroad) every year, and provides cutting-edge equipment such as its digital networked library and its trading room, which is a key factor in the learning-by-experience system that has been specifically implemented in France. Lille is also the headquarters of the EDHEC Young Entrepreneurs (EYE) Incubator, along with its network and partners, symbolising EDHEC’s commitment to encouraging and supporting entrepreneurial vocations.

 

 


Phone & Fax

Phone: + 33 (0)3 20 15 45 00
Fax: + 33 (0)3 20 15 45 01


Fancy a walk around?

 

 

 

  • 8,5 hectares of wooded parkland
  • 43 000 m² of infrastructure
  • 21 lecture halls
  • 35 lecture rooms
  • 1 incubator
  • 4 computer rooms
  • 760 seats in auditorium
  • 2 music rooms
  • 3 200 m² of sports facilities
  • 3 restaurants

 

 

Our partners

Partenaires financiers EDHEC LILLE

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