EduCativ Posted July 23, 2020 Share Posted July 23, 2020 On March 18, 1887, an agreement was signed between the city of Lille and the state. The city agrees to build the Natural Sciences Institute of Physics, Chemistry, Classical Archaeology, and of the Faculties of Law and Letters with financial support from the state. The Act of July 10, 1896, is the University of Lille, supplemented by specialized agencies. With the restructuring of French universities imposed by the law of November 12, 1968, three universities are created in Lille University of Science and Technology (Lille 1), the University of Law and Health (Lille 2) and University of Human Sciences, Letters and Arts (Lille 3). In 1974, the university moved to Lille 3 Angellier rue de Lille to the site of Villeneuve d'Ascq, Lille, shared with 2. In October 1974, Lille 3 students discovered for the first time their new campus in Villeneuve d' Ascq, district of Pont de Bois. In 1994, the Faculty of Law left Villeneuve d'Ascq, providing the opportunity for Lille 3 to restructure its space. Today, rich in buildings A and B, its extension, its modular buildings, and its remote locations, the university has ample space, it will continue to develop over the years to accommodate at best its entire university community, students, teachers, staff, French or foreign. The University of Lille occupies a strategic position at the heart of Northern Europe. It boasts an outstanding cultural and scientific heritage that is etched into the Hauts-de-France Region's history. It has established itself as a critical player in the region for training, research and innovation, and commitment to social issues. The University of Lille, a multidisciplinary university of excellence at the heart of Northern Europe, boasts an outstanding cultural and scientific heritage etched into the Hauts-de-France Region's history. With its 67,000 students (including 7,300 international students), 6,300 employees, 65 research units and a range of courses covering all subject areas, the University of Lille have established itself as a critical player in the region for training, research and innovation, and commitment to social issues. The University of Lille is located near several major metropolitan areas and European capitals (Paris, London, Brussels, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Cologne, Dortmund, etc.). Connected by extensive international-standard transport infrastructure (including the airports of Paris-Roissy, Brussels, and London), the University of Lille is expanding its sphere of influence across the world, as evidenced by its high-level international collaborations with more than 50 countries. Its university campuses are located in 8 towns in the metropolitan area, and even beyond the Wimereux marine station. Staff and students have access to an extensive public transport network, with all campuses and research sites being located less than 5 minutes from a metro station and less than 30 minutes from each other. View full university Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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