University of Lorraine
or Université de Lorraine
higher education institution in France.
University of Lorraine - Description
In the Heart of the city of Nancy and its surroundings, the University of Nancy I is an important actor in providing higher education and research in Lorraine. A multidisciplinary university in Sciences, Technology and Health, UHP has succeeded its bet to combine a prestigious historical heritage and its will of progress, which places it today among the best universities in France. The university of Nancy I combines in Nancy and in Lorraine, 5 faculties: Sciences and Technologies, Medicine, Pharmacy, Odontology and Sport, 3 schools of engineer: ESSTIN, ENSTIB and ESIAL as well as 3 IUT in Nancy and St Dié. The university welcomes each year more than 16 000 students in its bachelors, masters and doctorate degrees. The university also offers 6500 diplomas that are professionalized at a national level. Guaranteeing high quality teaching, the research of the university groups together 45 laboratories in partnership with principal headquarters of national research centres. The University excel in these research areas: Data processing, Automatic, Electronics and Mathematical Physical, Chemistry and Mechanical Materials, Geosciences, Chemistry molecular Biology, Health and so on. To proximity of the Luxembourg, Belgium and Germany, the university benefits from a cross-border position privileged for its relations in Europe...
Bachelor - University of Lorraine
The National Polytechnic Institute of Lorraine, University Henri Poincaré, University Nancy 2 and Paul Verlaine University Metz have started to work more closely together with the prospect of creating one University of Lorraine. In concrete terms, this means complete coverage of all areas of learning: science, health, technology, engineering sciences, human and social sciences, law, economics, management, the arts, humanities and languages; and an ever-increasing number of bridges between establishments and between disciplines, enabling students to adapt their study route to suit their personal development. The University Henri Poincaré works in the fields of the sciences, health and technology; the University Nancy 2 in the areas of human and social sciences, law, economics and management, and the National Polytechnic Institute of Lorraine in the field of engineering sciences. These three establishments cater for more than 39,000 students, to whom they offer: more than 400 diplomas (all study programmes) dynamic research with 63 approved laboratories and 7 doctoral schools an important engineering hub with 10 engineering schools Their objective: to offer you a large choice of degree courses appropriate to your professional plans in a scientific, pleasant and challenging environment.