5 Rue de Condé
33081 BORDEAUX CEDEX
1,350 m² or 14,531 sq. feet near the Grand Theater in the heart of Bordeaux
By Bus: lines 02, 03, 06, 26, 29, 47, 56. Get off at the stop named “Quinconces Orléans”
By Tram: line B, line C. Get off at the stop named “Quinconces”
By Train: Bordeaux’s St. Jean train station is 8 min. away by car, and is accessible directly by tram line C.
- 7 classrooms, an experimental pedagogy room, 3 workrooms
- 1,350 m² or 14,531 sq. feet available to students and dedicated to courses, creativity and associations
- A student relaxation area and 3 workrooms
LIVING IN BORDEAUX
Located at the heart of the legendary winemaking region, Bordeaux is a cosmopolitan and dynamic city totally committed to developing the digital economy. The metropolitan area notably has the French Tech Bordeaux label, which promotes Bordeaux’s economic development by supporting start-up firms, innovation and the digital ecosystem.
Bordeaux has always lived from and will continue to thrive on its urban infrastructures with the designation of an eco-neighborhood, the development of the tramway network in 2003, a dedicated high-speed train line linking it with Paris in only 2 hours, the Digital City and widespread development of broadband, 4G and free Wifi in public areas.
Each year the city welcomes 77,000 students in its universities and business schools, as well as 28,000 workers in industries such as Ford, Michelin, Dassault, Safran, Airbus Group or Thalès.
Elected best European tourist destination in 2015, Bordeaux is ranked as a city of art and history, and a large part of the municipality is listed as UNESCO world heritage sites. Geographically, the city is near the Atlantic seaboard at only 65km / 40 miles from Archachon, 120 km / 75 miles from Angoulême, 125 km / 78 miles from Royan at the mouth of the Gironde River, and 200 km / 125 miles from the southern sea resort of Biarritz.