An exceptional campus of 58 000m2 in the heart of Paris-La Défense
The Pôle Universitaire Léonard de Vinci is an exceptional campus, in the heart of la Défense. We can find on 58 000m2 the best facilities to study in modernity. Our engineer students have access to sports rooms, catering, a Fablab, a Bloomberg room, a learning centre on two levels, very modern lecture theatres…
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10 lecture theatres with seating capacities of 125, 150 or 250
An auditorium for colloquium with computer plug sockets and headphone, translation booths, video-sound control room
183 classrooms with WiFi and audio visual equipment including 17 language rooms
25 scientific labs and rooms for practical work (physics, mechanics, computer science)
computer rooms, rooms for individual or group work available in the library
A library: seating capacity of 400, work study areas for individuals or groups, training rooms, more than 70 computers, WiFi access
Sport: 22 sports for students, 5 specialised sports rooms
Student space: relaxation area, table football, pool table, music room…
Several set menus are offered on the campus:
2 self service restaurants, the “Rotisserie” and the “Grill”
A sandwich shop, “Place Café”
20 vending machines serving some sweet and salty snacks and hot and cold drinks
Full-service restaurant with table service
Close to the campus, you can find some sandwich shops, bakeries, and restaurants…
On the Pôle, 5 sports rooms available for students:
The ACM Digital Library, the most extensive database in computer science, is now available for free access to ESILV students as part of the "Digital Learning" package. This resource allows for search and text mining of the full......
Radical learning, anti-disciplinarity, and collective intelligence are three concepts at the heart of the Devinci Innovation Center approach. Inspired by the MIT Media Lab, the "DVIC" provides engineering students from ESILV......
Designing a fully digital campus EdTech platform where students can interact and socialise as if they were on an actual campus. This team idea won the Task 21 Hackathon, held as part of an Erasmus + partnership. 2 engineering......