2 remarkable campuses and more than 90 student’s club
EDHEC offers many opportunities to students to participate in life on campus. Whether it is by joining a student club or a sports team, you will have many opportunities to meet other students.
Our campuses have been designed to provide students with the best possible learning conditions. With a campus in Lille located in the heart of the European capital and a campus in Nice, at the crossroads of the Mediterranean, we are located in the major French cities and have an international outlook.
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.
The campus, which is conveniently located close to the city centre and the airport, is fully equipped with all the resources that encourage outstanding learning and optimal personal development.
The Nice Campus offers all EDHEC initial training activities, its Global MBA and PhD in Finance programmes and intra- and inter-company training programmes.
Several chairs and research centres are also located at the campus, including the EDHEC-Risk Institute, which enjoys a worldwide reputation.
Sports and Recreation
Sport is in EDHEC’s DNA. It provides direction and fulfilment, and plays an important role in the programmes as well as in life on campus.
Team spirit, commitment, social inclusiveness and respect – values in line with EDHEC’s business view – make practising a sport a natural part of the educational programme.
Sport teams are also a major driver of cohesion in the EDHEC Community, which meets regularly to support students who are registered in internal and external competitions and events.