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The ISE moves to Versailles

The Institut Supérieur de l’ Environnement, an associate member of the Collège de Paris, is moving its campus to Versailles for the September 2018 academic year. In the heart of the capital of the Yvelines, this new location will provide excellent teaching conditions for its students and reinforce the school’s influence.

With a surface area of more than 1000m², the new campus will be located 9 rue des États-Généraux. It will have 9 classrooms, an auditorium with 150 seats and living spaces for students.

All the training courses offered by the ISE will be provided in this new location: Bachelor’s degree in Environment, Master’s degree in Environmental Management and BTSA Management and Protection of Nature.

Versailles has a privileged location in the west of Paris, with a unique cultural heritage, a large student community and a deep commitment to the environment and sustainable development.

Enjoying an exceptional location in the heart of Versailles, the public transport offer will be of the highest quality. The school will be served by 3 stations (Gare de Versailles Chantiers, Gare de Versailles Château Rive Gauche and Gare de Versailles Rive Droite) and more than 30 bus lines.

Discover the new campus

Since 1993, the Institut Supérieur de l’ Environnement, an associate member of the Collège de Paris, has been the first School of Environment and Sustainable Development Management. It offers courses certified by the state from bac+2 to bac+5. The studies can be followed in both initial and alternating periods.

The admission procedure to the school is OUT OF REQUEST.

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The installation of the Institut Supérieur de l’ Environnement in Versailles, the year of its 25th anniversary, is an extremely important milestone in the life of the school. It offers our students a living environment in which they can learn in excellent conditions. Its location in the heart of Versailles is also a showcase that reinforces its attractiveness to our partners, commented its President Armand de Coussergues. We are very happy to settle in this city where our school will experience, in the years to come, an important development “.

Published by Collège de Paris
On 9 March 2018