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Founded in 1875, LILLE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY is a unique multidisciplinary establishment with more than 25,500 students. The university comprises 5 Faculties, 20 Grande École Business Schools and institutes, and a hospital complex.
Epitech has solidified its reputation as a leading educational institution transforming a passion for computer science into expertise, opening doors to high-potential employment opportunities comparable to those enjoyed by graduates from the elite French Universities.
"Tomorrow we will be international lawyers, barristers, sollicitors, civil servants..." The Catholic University of Lille was founded in 1875. It is a campus university in the heart of Lille city centre, in a green setting covering more than 10 hectares. It is a multidisciplinary university, unique in France, consisting of 6 faculties, 20 Grandes Ecoles and institutes, and a hospital complex.
First French Business School specialized in the sport business from an Undergraduate Bachelor to a Postgraduate Master of Business in Sport; AMOS trains managers, sales agents and highly skilled entrepreneurs in all the areas of sport business. AMOS aims at being the reference and the interlocutor of the sporting movement and the sport business. AMOS integrates an international dimension through its seminars abroad, its English conferences, its bilingual class, its school… [+] of integrated languages and through the integration into the European program of exchanges ERASMUS.
Sciences Po Lille is a high selective, public and international institute, which creates the future influencers of social, economic and political powers, in France, in Europe and worldwide.
We are a French Graduate School of Agriculture and Bioengineering offering undergraduate courses and master’s programs with majors in Agricultural Science, Food Science, Environmental Science and Economics, Marketing & Management, both in French and in English.
Political science is a discipline driven by excellence that offers attractive career prospects with a strong international outlook. Living up to this ambition, ESPOL, the European School of Political and Social Sciences, offers an interdisciplinary education oriented towards political careers and Europe. As the successor to the School of Social and Political Sciences created within the Catholic University of Lille in 1894, ESPOL emphasizes on human values and on ethics of… [+] responsibilities - indispensable qualities for making one’s way in today’s world.
Established in Lille in 1964 and member of "Lille Catholic University" and the "Conférence des Grandes Écoles", IESEG School of Management is now one of the top 10 business schools in France, accredited with AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA international labels (awarded only to 1% of the business schools in the world). The School's Master in Management is ranked in the Financial Times' best master in management programs.
5 European universities, ASC partners since 2005, have been working together to design and implement a joint master course in Advanced Spectroscopy in Chemistry
Créée en 1924, l’École supérieure de journalisme de Lille (ESJ Lille) est l’une des premières écoles professionnelles de formation au journalisme en Europe. Elle est la plus ancienne des 14 écoles reconnues par la profession en France.
The Ecole Supérieure de Journalisme de Paris was created in Paris in the period from 1896 to 1899 by university professors willing to expand education in the social sciences. It holds the distinction as the first school of journalism ever created in the world.
Beyond the usual university mission: education, research and service to society, Universite Catholique de Lille wants to be open to its environment and to the world and to be a catalyst for change.