Our campuses

Much more than just locations, the EDHEC Campuses are connected to the main international business centres. They are social places for learning, working and sharing, designed to offer everyone the best conditions to express themselves and succeed in their chosen path.

FIVE CAMPUSES DIRECTLY CONNECTED TO BUSINESS

Two academic campuses in Lille and Nice offer facilities and equipment at the highest level worldwide, and host all of EDHEC’s activities from initial training to ongoing development and research. The campuses in Paris, London and Singapore are primarily dedicated to ongoing training and research, and interact with companies in both of these fields.

Lille Campus

The flagship EDHEC Campus, set in an 8.5 hectare park, embodies the School’s dynamic in a region that is spearheading entrepreneurship in France and at the crossroads of Europe.

Nice Campus

An ultra-modern campus in a unique setting, which combines the advantages of a world-class technology hub with the legendary attractions of the French Riviera.

Paris Campus

An exceptional location between the Stock Exchange and the Opera House, at the heart of Paris’s historical business and finance district.

London Campus

Based in the City, the world financial capital, since 2011, this campus offers maximum proximity to the world of business and the markets.

Singapore Campus

Strategically positioned in a global trade and finance hub, this campus provides a unique stepping stone between European and Asian economic challenges.

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