Our campus occupies 3.7 acres on the north side of the city of Saint-Germain-en-Laye, which adjoins a large forest and is located 30 minutes by RER A train to downtown Paris. All in all, the 500 students on campus enjoy a very attractive study environment.
Our school sits on the site is where, in 1939, the Académie de Versailles opened its first teacher training school for women. The listed gritstone buildings feature an Art Nouveau influence, very fine, large windows and an enclosed landscaped garden.
Classes are small and take place in a large, L-shaped building. There are about twenty classrooms equipped with interactive digital boards that lend themselves well to innovative teaching methods.
The library in the central building is open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on Friday from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. In 2019, this building will be completely renovated into a new learning center with study rooms, computer workstations and language labs.
The campus has two auditoriums (seating 250 and 150), a gymnasium and an art studio.
There is a study hall as well as three meeting rooms available for use by student associations.
In the school cafeteria, run by CROUS (Centre Régional des Œuvres Universitaires et Scolaires), students and staff members can enjoy a meal in light-filled, quiet surroundings. Students are also welcome to use the self-catering room, equipped with a tap and a microwave oven.
In addition to the main campus on rue Pasteur, an annex is used for small classes and work seminars. This building, formerly a private mansion, is located in downtown Saint-Germain-en-Laye.