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Our national structure

Université Gustave Eiffel has several training and research campuses throughout France, including Marne-la-Vallée, just outside Paris, as well as in Paris, Versailles, Lyon, Nantes, the Mediterranean region and Lille, and branches in Belfort, Brussels, Bordeaux, Grenoble, Meaux and Val d'Europe.

Our campuses in Île-de-France

Marne-la-Vallée Campus

The majority of our training and research components are located on the Marne-la-Vallée campus, which includes the Meaux and Val d'Europe branches.

Recognised as a cluster for sustainable cities, this site, located 20 minutes from Paris, hosts nearly 15,000 students.

Its main research themes are urban design and transport. It also offers training in major fields such as maths, literature, languages, economics and management, the humanities and STAPS, and hosts some of the major facilities of our university.

Three of Université Gustave Eiffel’s four graduate schools (Éav&t, l’ENSG et ESIEE Paris) are located on the Marne-la-Vallée campus.

Paris Campus

The Paris campus is home to the Paris School of Urban Engineering (EIVP), a leading graduate school for teaching and research on sustainable urban development and management.

Located in the 19th arrondissement, the ’EIVP is flanked by the parks of Buttes-Chaumont and Belleville and surrounded by cafés, concert halls and cultural venues.

It is home to a renovated industrial building that has been awarded the French High Environmental Quality certification and has green spaces that are managed in an eco-friendly way


Versailles Campus

Research themes :

  • Power electronics
  • New urban cyclists
  • Vulnerable transport users
  • Simulators and virtual reality
  • Driverless vehicles and shuttles

Our regional campuses

In addition to its Île-de-France campuses, Université Gustave Eiffel has four other research campuses in the rest of the country, located in major French cities: Lille, Nantes, Lyon and Aix-Marseille (Mediterranean campus). They each have affiliated secondary structures: Belfort, Grenoble, Bordeaux, Brussels, Meaux, Val d'Europe.

Like the other campuses, they are dedicated to thematic research areas and host doctoral students.

Lille Campus

Research themes :

  • Spatial planning
  • Waves and signals for transport
  • Performance and safety of automated transport systems
  • Logistics innovations
  • Railway

Lyon Campus

Research themes :

  • Environment and risks
  • Health and safety
  • Urban worlds
  • Infra and innovative mobilities

Mediterranean Campus

Research themes :

  • Risk exposure
  • Accident rate/Road safety
  • Safe development and innovative mobilities
  • Healthcare and engineering for healthcare

Nantes Campus

Research themes :

  • Infra and innovative mobilities
  • Marine renewable energy
  • Environment and risks
  • Circular economy
  • Urban worlds