Named European Capital of Culture in 2004, Lille is a major tourist destination and is renowned for its heritage, culture and dynamism. Located at the crossroads of Northern Europe, Lille is the traditional capital of Flanders close to major cities such as Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and London. Lille is part of the urban community called Lille Métropole and is the fourth largest city in France. Lille is ideally located with Paris only an hour away by train. London and Brussels are also easily reached with respectively 1h40 and 40 minutes by train.
Built on an exceptional site of 21 acres of land, the campus illustrates EDHEC's dynamism and innovative strategy. The campus has been designed to meet the highest international standards with respect for the environment and provides students with superior pedagogical, sporting, cultural and hospitality facilities.
Nice, the capital of the French Riviera boasts a wonderful climate all year around and is minutes away from Monaco, Cannes and Sophia-Antipolis, the largest cluster of ICT companies in Europe. Home to the second largest airport in the country, direct flights connect Nice to major cities around the word.
Apart from the exceptional environment that the seafront Nice campus offers, you will discover picturesque coastal villages and exciting towns such as neighbouring Monaco, Cannes and Saint-Tropez. The range of leisure activities is unlimited: golf, tennis, climbing, horse riding, hiking and skiing in the ski resorts nearby.
With a population of 350,000, Nice is France's 5th largest city and the country's new-technology capital. The city boasts a large international population of students, professors and researchers.