Living in Lille
France’s fourth-largest metropolis, an international crossroad and a dynamic economic center, Lille is also renowned for being a “City of Art and History.” In 2004, it was designated to be the European Capital of Culture
Lille’s proximity to Paris, Brussels, London, Amsterdam and Cologne places it at the crossroads of northwestern Europe. Lille is a prime tourist destination, the city is recognized for its friendly environment, preserved historic heritage, and thriving cultural life as illustrated by its prestigious museums (Lille Fine Arts Museum, the Louvre-Lens Museum just 30km from the city) and large selection of shows, concerts and more.
Lille is a young and vibrant city. Its research laboratories and numerous schools and universities draw nearly 160,000 students to the city every year. Lille also has a vast public transportation network: an international airport just 10 km away providing services to more than 60 national and international destinations, TGV train service, subway and bus systems, and bike lanes throughout the city!
For more information about the city, student life in Lille and our school, you can have a look at our International Student's Guide
At the beginning of July of every year a Welcome Meeting is held for the new dual degree students. During this meeting you will be given useful information concerning each diploma, courses, registration, and so on.
At early September just before the semester starts, students need to attend an introductive seminar. During one week, they can attend different courses as Intercultural workshop, Methodology or Economy.
For more information about necessary documents in order to do your registration please visit our french website or
Contact Juliane Laporte (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Several student housing solutions are available in Lille, whether you want to live alone or share an apartment with other students.
For more information about housing solution in Lille, visit this page