A learning environment designed for you

The goal of the three ESSEC campuses is to provide students with an exceptional learning environment equipped with cutting-edge digital technology while fostering a sense of community via student associations and promoting interactions with the business world.
Discover the environment in which you will live and study.

ESSEC Business School

CS 50105 CERGY

Tél : +33 (0)1 34 43 30 00
Fax : +33 (0)1 34 43 30 01

Follow the guide !

Since its opening in 1973, the Cergy campus – located in Cergy-Pontoise only 35 minutes from central Paris – has been offering the ideal situation for studying, sharing and communicating. Housing is available at three nearby student residence halls.

Directions to the campus

You may be coming to ESSEC to take a tour of the campus, sit for an exam, or teach. Whatever your reason, we welcome you ! Use the following directions to reach the campus.

Virtual tour

Learn more by taking a quick virtual tour of the campus and the wide range of facilities it offers.

A setting for learning and living

The Cergy campus offers all the facilities students need for their education and career development, including lecture halls equipped with videoconference systems, libraries with the latest digital technology, audiovisual rooms, language labs and a trading room. Because living on a campus is not only about attending classes, practical and leisure-time amenities such as a gym, a cafeteria, a restaurant, ATMs and student residence halls are also available. A long hallway with colorful doors runs through the ground floor of the school: this is where you’ll find the student association offices. Creative writers, music lovers, go-kart enthusiasts and groups dedicated to other interests hold a range of regular meetings and events.


Grâce à la démarche active de protection de l'environnement de son Centre de Traitement des Documents, l'ESSEC est devenue en juin 2012 la 1ère école de commerce à obtenir le label IMPRIM'VERT.

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