The Campus is an optimal place for learning because it combines modern technological resources (online courses, databases, wifi) with traditional lecture halls and rooms, access to one of the largest information libraries in France, sport halls, restaurants, and numerous recreational areas.
Interactive virtual tour of Pôle Léonard de Vinci
The modern campus is located on the footsteps of the Grande Arche in the heart of the largest European business district – La Défense. Located in bustling downtown, the de Vinci Campus is unique in that it provides a close connection to the corporate world. There are several attractions around campus which include modern art sculptures, shopping malls, cinemas, cafés, and restaurants.
10 auditoriums with a total of 1675 places
1 meeting area with a conference room that includes 150 places equipped with IT resources and 5 meeting rooms
6 scientific research laboratories, 15 experimental rooms
1 Learning Center: 70 free access workstations with Internet connection. Group work rooms are made available to meet the needs of project-based teaching.
Bloomberg Lab with 12 terminals
1 FabLab with 3D printers and an innovation center
1 Learning Lab with 100 m2 of custom designed space to enhance students learning experience
31 Computer Labs
1 state-of-the-art information system supported by a computer network of 1200 micro computers with 500 computer connections and professional softwares
6 fully equipped sport rooms used to teach classical dancing, modern jazz, fitness, boxing, judo, karate and weight training
The Learning Center
The Learning Center was designed to be a transversal space for students to experiment and collaborate together. The center is devoted to sharing technological and pedagogical resources between the entire Léonard de Vinci Group.
The De Vinci FabLab is a creative laboratory whose goal is to provide students with the machines, tools, and software programmes needed to produce prototypes and complete projects. The Fablab encourages the sharing of “savoir-faire” between students in an innovative and stimulating environment.
Director of the International Relations Department