A Campus in the Heart of the City
Switchboard working hours: +33 (0)188.8.131.52.92
- From Monday to Thursday, 7.45 am – 7.00 pm
- Friday, 7.45 am – 6.30 pm
- Saturday, 7.45 am – 1.00 pm
IÉSEG is part of the extensive campus of Université Catholique de Lille which has 27,000 students, 6 faculties, 25 schools and 40 research teams. IÉSEG has approximately 4,800 on both campuses combined, but provides each student with individual attention.
Modern, Functional Facilities
IÉSEG’s facilities (classrooms, multimedia centres, cafeterias and offices) are accessible to students 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All students have an ID card with a magnetic strip that allows for individual access.
More than 200 computer workstations connected to the Internet are available to students and faculty.
The Vauban University Library (Bibliothèque Universitaire Vauban) has over 55,000 books and more than 600 journal subscriptions, making it a modern research centre with state-of-the-art electronic resources.
For both students and professors, IÉSEG is a place for learning, living and sharing.
Lille, a City in the Heart of Europe
IÉSEG School of Management is located in the heart of Lille in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region, well known for its welcoming atmosphere and dynamic youth population. An hour from Paris, an hour and thirty minutes from London, three hours from Lyon and only thirty five minutes from Brussels by the TGV, Lille puts Europe in the palm of your hand!
A Young Metropolis
With 28% of its population under the age of 20, Lille has the youngest population of any French city.
It is the largest metropolitan region in terms of students, with more than 150,000 students in the area.
A Dynamic Economy
The city has a longstanding tradition in business and trade. Greater Lille occupies a strategic place in:
- Mass distribution: Auchan (supermarkets), Décathlon (sportswear and accessories), Castorama and Leroy-Merlin (DIY stores)
- Mail-order companies: Trois Suisses International, Redcats
- Consumer credit companies; Cofidis, Finaref
- The automobile industry: Peugeot-PSA, Renault and Toyota
- The food industry: Bonduelle, Lesaffre and Leroux
Today, Lille is one of the most visited cities in France for short trips. Since Lille’s 2004 success as the European Capital of Culture, every two years a new cultural event is organised on modernity and embracing different world cultures: the Lille 3,000.
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Built in 2004, the Concordia residence is located at 10 minutes’ walking distance from the school.
3, Boulevard de la Moselle