Growing on our campuses

Campus of Paris-Cachan

EPF has found a new home at the Alembert building, which until 2020 housed the ENS Paris-Saclay. This new site is located one RER station away from the old Sceaux campus.

This change is part of the school’s development strategy, which aims to improve study conditions for engineering students and offer them new opportunities in regard to technology and student life.

EPF Paris-Cachan: Campus of the future


The EPF Paris-Cachan campus has taken over from the historic site of Sceaux. Inaugurated in January 2022, it is located on a campus that brings together other schools in the area, in an ‘Alliance for Science and Technology’.

Situated in the iconic building of the École Normale Supérieure, it is designed to train engineers in large spaces where the most advanced technologies are combined with places of concentration and conviviality. It offers 16,000m² of ultra-modern facilities and cutting-edge innovation and research laboratories to support excellence in teaching and research.

Nestled in an eight-hectare woodland park classified as a ‘Protected Green Space’, and close to the city centre, the EPF Paris-Cachan campus is a place for sharing and designed to encourage interaction between students and the local residents. The promotion of its landscape heritage encourages activity on the site and has forged the new dynamics of this ecological campus.

By joining the EPF Paris-Cachan Campus, you will benefit from a very pleasant environment that combines green spaces and numerous facilities, making the school a friendly, inspiring, and safe place to study.

Cachan: the sweet life on Paris’ doorstep


Located just a few minutes away from Paris by public transport, Cachan offers all the advantages of the city without any of the drawbacks! This town of 30,000 inhabitants has been able to develop a way of life that combines abundant nature, a range of services and a vibrant cultural life. Theatre, cinema, contemporary art spaces - every year the city organises a film festival, a contemporary art biennial and a literary award.

The shopping streets in the city centre offer a range of restaurants, food stores and shops.

Sport enthusiasts have not been left out: they will have the opportunity to let off some steam at the numerous sports facilities (gyms, swimming pool, clubs).

Cachan is a university town with around 2,000 students and is expected to have 4,500 by 2025. Home to several institutions of higher education, Cachan is a vibrant and lively student town that cultivates the art of living.

Top facilities


Research, studies, conviviality - the Paris-Cachan campus leaves nothing to be desired and offers a comprehensive range of services, tailored to the needs of the school’s students.

With the GreenLab, TechLab, NeuroLab and 3D Motion Lab, the students have multiple research and innovation spaces at their disposal, equipped with powerful modern tools adapted to the training and research projects carried out at the school.

Student life is facilitated by the many amenities on our site.

For group projects, the campus is equipped with project rooms, various study spaces and shared spaces with videoconferencing facilities.

A social area combines practical and playful aspects - it includes a co-working space, meeting rooms and a relaxation area.

EPF’s student organisations take care of the site’s entertainment by organising several cultural and sporting activities.

Do you want to improve your foreign language skills? We also have a languages centre, where tutors hold conversation workshops.


Habiter sur le campus et s'y rendre

International students should contact the Office for Global Engagement for administrative assistance on their arrival in France.


In the main hall of the new building, there is a cafeteria with a small catering service offering sandwiches, salads, pastries, fruits, and drinks; for lunch breaks on the go or in between classes.

The campus also has its very own university restaurant, so students can have lunch right next to the school.

  • By RER B train: approx. 20-minute journey from Gare du Nord station to Bagneux station.

    Approx. 17-minute journey from Châtelet-Les-Halles to Bagneux station
    Approx. 9-minute journey from Denfert-Rochereau to Bagneux station
    The campus is a 10-minute walk from Bagneux station.

  • By bus: several bus lines serve Cachan, two of which stop at Division Leclerc - Camille Desmoulins, right next to the campus:

    Line 184: Porte d’Italie (Paris) - L’Haÿ-les-Roses-les-Blondeaux
    Line 187: Porte d’Orléans (Paris)- Fresnes-Charcot-Zola   

  • By bike: the city of Cachan has five Vélibs stations and protected cycle paths

Les formations accessibles sur le campus Paris-Cachan