• Bordeaux

    Located in the southwest of France, not far from the Bay of Biscay, the crescent-shaped city of Bordeaux has been the region’s wine capital for decades and offers more vineyards—more than 100,000—than you could possibly try.

    The Bordeaux region is nested between the Dordogne and the Atlantic Ocean (Arcachon Bay and Cap Ferret). Easy day trips to completely different worlds.

    The city of bordeaux itself is a jewel of French architecture (mostly 17th and 18th century). Bordeaux is great for shopping and full of traditional bistros and cafés, not to miss: the village of Saint Emilion is incredibly beautiful and authentic.

    Bordeaux is a city of Art, Trade and History. It is a very attractive and dynamic port city on the Garonne River in the Aquitaine region in southwestern France. Bordeaux is the world’s major wine industry capital and the historic part of the city is on the UNESCO World Heritage List as “an outstanding urban and architectural ensemble” of the 18th century.


    The campus is situated in a brand new campus founded on interactivity and creativity stimulating new pedagogical approaches. It is situated in the “Bassins à Flot” district easily accessible by public transportation.

    Our schools are located in a brand new campus that has been built to encourage interactivity and personal development for all students, enhancing alternative training methods. The campus covers more than 2000m2, and includes the following infrastructures:

    • Training and examination facilities
    • Classrooms equipped with video projectors
    • Computer workstations
    • The library has numerous works, newspapers, professional data bases, theses, studies…
    • Free high speed Internet terminals and WiFi
    • Large car park
    • Campus-wide WiFi
    • Learning Labs
    • Co-working areas
    • Lounge area