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Université Lille Nord de France

University of Lille Nord de France
Université Lille Nord de France
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Established 2009
Type Public
Endowment €550 M
President Philippe Rollet
Academic staff 4,600
Admin. staff 3200
Students 110,000
Postgraduates 12,600
Doctoral students 3,000
Location Lille, France
Campus Urban
Affiliations EUA
Utrecht Network
Compostela
IMCC-ESDP
Website www.pres-ulnf.fr

The University of Lille Nord de France (Université Lille Nord de France), located in Lille, France, is a center for higher education, academic research and doctoral studies located over multiple campuses in the Academie de Lille. It includes a doctoral college that federates university institutes, engineering schools and research centres.

With more than one hundred thousand students, the Université Lille Nord de France is one of the five largest university federations in France.

History

Founded as University of Douai in 1562, the state university in Northern France was renamed Université impériale de Douai-Lille in 1808, then as Université de Lille with faculty expansion in the Lille region from mid-19th century onwards.[1]

  • The roots of the faculties in law and humanities date back from the 16th century;
  • The school of medicine and university hospital expanded rapidly from end-18th century;
  • Research and education in mechanical engineering and chemistry expanded from the early 19th century;
  • The faculty of sciences was set up in 1854 by bringing together different university-grade schools in Lille city centre;
  • Research and education in control sciences and information technologies were set up in 1957;
  • Research in fundamental physics, micro-electronics, molecular engineering and bio-technologies started in the 1980s.

The university expanded into several campus in Lille region end 20th century and has built itself as the Université Lille Nord de France.

Multiple site campus

University of Lille Nord de France is organised over several campus sites:

Doctoral school and research laboratories

139 research labs and institutes are associated to the European Doctoral College Lille Nord-Pas de Calais.

Altogether, the university research labs own an active portfolio of more than 170 invention patent families.[2] (Approximately 411 results found for Univ Lille in the EPO worldwide patent database in mid-2008)

Notable alumni and faculty

Student and researcher mobility

University institutes and research labs promote student and researchers mobility and cooperate in several university networks :

References

  • Doctoral college of Université Lille Nord de France
  • Mobility centre Lille Nord Pas de Calais
  • Histoire de la Faculté des Sciences de l'Université de Lille

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