University of Lorraine

Public University

Lorraine, France

The University of Lorraine was founded in 1572 and became an institution created after the merger of 4 universities namely Poincaré University (Nancy 1), Nancy 2 University and Paul Verlaine University - Metzs and the National Polytechnic Institute of Lorraine (INPL) in 2012, since then it is known Read more




Highlights of University of Lorraine

  • The University of Lorraine has a total of 60 laboratories linked with the most important French research organizations like INSERM, INRA, INRIA and CNRS.
  • The university is known for its undergraduate law program.
  • President Albert Lebrun laid the first stone of the library of the former Nancy-II in 1932.
  • Total Number of Students: 59,596
  • Total Number of International Students: 9,708
  • Academic Faculty Staff: 3,277

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