Whilst maintaining their own personality and autonomy, the five Écoles Centrales: Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Nantes, Paris chose to join together in the “Groupe des Écoles Centrales”: this regrouping firstly allows a better visibility of these institutes with regard to other establishments and the economic world.
ISA Lille - Graduate School of Agriculture and Bioengineering is part of France Agro³, a leading French network of education and research in life science that sets itself as a comprehensive and dynamic collective of higher education. ISA Lille offers master’s programs specializing in Agricultural Science, Food Science, Environmental Science and Agricultural Economics, Marketing & Management.
At home worlwide SKEMA is a global business school, which, through its research and teaching, trains and educates talented individuals. As a student at SKEMA, you will be exposed to unforgettable experiences and will be ready for work all over the world. SKEMA’s dynamic is yours: with our programmes, you will discover, learn and be ready to live in an interconnected and multipolar world.
Created by and for entrepreneurs, EDHEC has embodied the fundamental values of business for over a century. Our aim is to pass on the keys to business success to new generations of managers and entrepreneurs, spreading the conviction that companies can have a positive impact on the economy and on society as a whole.
The mission of IÉSEG is to prepare students to become complete and international managers who initiate change, and contribute to the development of responsible, innovative and enlightened organizations.
Living up to this ambition, ESPOL, the European School of Political and Social Sciences, offers an interdisciplinary education oriented towards political careers and Europe.
The University of Lille: the French university for North-West Europe! A dynamic institution connected with some of the world’s highest-ranking foreign universities, the University of Lille attracts many students. They benefit from excellent studying conditions on huge campuses.