THE NATIONAL SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE OF NANCY
The Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Nancy is one of the twenty French National Schools of Architecture, public administrative institutions of higher education under the supervision of the Ministry of Culture and Communication (Directorate General for Heritage).
Closely associating the study of artistic and scientific disciplines, the school has, since its establishment in 1970, based its curriculum on architectural and urban research. With a faculty from the professional and academic worlds, the school is an open learning environment that maintains close working relationships with communities and the socio-economic environment related to the construction sector. It is a member of the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles and is part of the University of Lorraine's ambitious academic offering, comprising 60,000 students.
THE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE OF THE CITY & THE TERRITORIES IN MARNE-LA-VALLÉE
The School of Architecture of the City and Territories in Marne-la-Vallée, founded in 1998, is one of the twenty French National Schools of Architecture, public administrative institutions of higher education under the supervision of the Ministry of Culture and Communication (Directorate General for Heritage). Its pedagogical project is based on a vision of architecture committed to the transformation of cities and territories.
The proximity as well as the ties maintained with the other higher education institutions on the campus (École des ponts, Institut français d'urbanisme, Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, etc.), makes it possible for students to broaden and compare fields of knowledge on common themes. Since 2007, the school has been part of the Paris-Est Research and Higher Education Cluster (PRES).