In Nancy, three universities were founded in the 20th century, among which a National Polytechnic Institute that combined several engineering schools. In Metz, the first university appeared in 1970. On January 1st, 2012, after several years of preparation, these four universities merged into one, forming Université de Lorraine
Université de Lorraine offers curricula in all fields of knowledge: sciences, health, technology, engineering sciences, human and social sciences, law, economy, management, arts, literature and language. A specific focus is given to crossovers between fields and skills, to help students develop their own pathway.
The studies are connected to high-level research in the different fields, and benefit from high-level specialized skills and hi-tech facilities and infrastructures, whenever necessary.
In France, student housing and catering are managed by a public institution: the CROUS (Regional Centre for student support) )
Take advantage of the University's 26 libraries! We have:
Healthcare coverage in France is made up of a compulsory social protection (the so-called social security) and a complementary optional health insurance.
Some of the campuses are located in the heart of the city, close to train stations, amenities, and cultural sites. Others are located in wooded areas away from major roads.
All of them, however, are easy to access and are connected to each other and to the inner city through performant and safe public transit.
25 m pool, 6 water lines • 4 multi-purpose gyms • Dance studio • Fighting room • Fencing room • Athletics tracks • 2 stabilized soccer fields • Grass field (soccer and rugby) • 9 tennis courts • Multi-sport hall: 2 basketball fields, 3 volleyball fields, 1 handball field, 10 badminton fields... • 3 fitness rooms • Dance – movement room • Climbing wall (biggest in the region)
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Something I understood thanks to uni, people are lazy in all level of life. Studying engineering sounds hard, but when you get in it's not really hard. Just do what you like to do and you'll see how it can get easy. Having international opportunities is even better, so don't hesitate anymore!
Online studies. Twice/year I went to my university just for exams