Growing on our campuses

Campus of Troyes

The EPF Troyes university campus benefits from many facilities and services in the area, providing an environment conducive to the development of the school’s Engineering students.

EPF Troyes: an ecological campus

The Troyes campus has a ‘low-energy building’ (BBC in French), with a surface area of 3,000m² spread over three floors, as well as innovative architecture of a high environmental quality that promotes the use of renewable energy.

It includes:

  • An amphitheatre seating 100 people in the heart of a large circular reception hall, as well as classrooms
  • Laboratories for practical training
  • A FabLab equipped with eight 3D printers
  • A BBC+ platform
  • An external BBC+ test cell to study the thermal behaviour of building exteriors according to their orientation
  • A student lounge
  • Meeting rooms and offices
  • Several green spaces surrounding the building
  • Nearby sports facilities: Olympic pool, athletics track, football pitches, basketball courts, tennis courts, climbing wall...

A highly attractive city

EPF campus de Troyes

Only 1.5 hours away from Paris and situated between Reims and Dijon, Troyes Champagne Métropole enjoys a privileged position - which is not its only asset. A vibrant hub of economic activity, the city has been able to promote its heritage in the textile industry to become the European capital of outlet centres. Every year, it welcomes over 4.5 million visitors to its four major factory outlet centres.

Birthplace of the Knights Templar and historic capital of Champagne, Troyes has been awarded the title of City of Art and History, making it a highly popular tourist centre.

The city is home to more than 11,000 students and has been ranked as the 8th best place to carry out your studies. Students and future entrepreneurs can rely on the Aube technology park to support them in their projects.


Photo credit: © Olivier Gobert -Troyes La Champagne

Top facilities

EPF campus de Troyes

The FabAdd platform on the Troyes campus offers a wide range of tools, techniques and methods tailored to the research and training projects carried out at the school. Its purpose is twofold: firstly, it supports research activities primarily concerning the improvement of mechanical properties and the functionalisation of advanced materials. It adopts a comprehensive approach, from digital engineering through to the post-processing of complex parts produced by additive manufacturing.

Secondly, it reinforces the skills acquired by future graduates in additive manufacturing. In this way, it forges a link between education, research, and innovation through dedicated research/educational projects.


EPF campus de Troyes

Student life is facilitated by the many amenities on site. Work cubicles are provided for students. A ‘home’ living space combines playful and practical aspects – it’s equipped with tables and a microwave so that students can eat during their lunch breaks. The football and ping pong tables offer a friendly place to relax and meet friends.   

Sports enthusiasts can take part in a wide range of activities during certain time slots on the sports grounds and gyms near campus. 

Virtual tour


Visite virtuelle

Discover the Troyes campus in video

Practical information

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

The campus has a university restaurant and a "CROUS" cafeteria where you can eat at lunchtime for €3.30.

  • By bus: buses run between the campus and the city centre and take 30 minutes. Two bus lines can be used to reach the campus: line 6 and line 8.

    A student shuttle service operates in the evenings from Monday to Thursday until 10pm.

  • By bike: the city centre can be reached in 15 minutes by bike. A network of electric bikes called ‘Marcel’ has been set up by the city of Troyes to encourage green mobility.