Goodbye Rue de Richelieu, hello Quai Frissard! Just a few hundred metres away from the old site, the new Le Havre campus was a real leap into the future with its fully digital classrooms, Learning Centre and Social Room. It is described as the symbol of the School’s digital transformation.
And what better way to drive this change than to share this new location, at the heart of the Le Havre Normandy campus, with the Cité Numérique (Digital City), third space and innovation platform for the digital transition of the Le Havre ecosystem?
The Seine Estuaire Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Le Havre Seine Métropole (formerly the CODAH) and the Normandy Region once again showed their support by funding this fantastic project involving bold architecture. The fact that EM Normandie can depend on these key regional stakeholders is a real source of strength for the School.
Although the health crisis has meant that students have not been able to fully enjoy the premises, we feel that this impressive building of more than 14,000 m 2 will be a real stepping stone as they progress on their career pathways. It was designed as a place for training, testing, challenging, expressing ideas, and taking action. A place to meet and exchange views. The exhibition hall to house student associations, gyms, a cafeteria, outdoor terraces and exhibitions all add to the unique learning experience. It’s enough to make anybody want to go back to studying!
2006: EM Normandie’s Master in Management is launched!