• The City of Metz
With its immediate neighbors Luxembourg, Germany and Belgium, Metz is situated in Lorraine, eastern France. Dating back to the Roman Empire, it's proud of its heritage, and offers its inhabitants and visitors a rich architectural history. It has a dynamic cultural life, centered on a number of high-calibre institutions : the Arsenal, the Opera-Theatre, the Philarmonie de Lorraine, the museums of the Cour d'Or covering all the art forms.
Metz is a nice town to live in and is filled with numerous parks and gardens that serve as one of the city's main attractions. Metz was awarded the European Prize as one of the top cities in France for its gardens and parks. Its well-preserved end restored historic architectural heritage takes visitors on a breathtaking votage to the past centuries.
As a main crossroads of the big communication routes in Europe, Metz has been strongly influenced by three of the pioneering countries in the construction of the new Europe: Belgium, Germany, and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The city is a fine example of the lively crosscultural exchanges that are taking place in Europe today. Given its situation in Europe, Metz has attracted numerous companies from France, Europe, and abroad.
Located in the Metz Technology park area, the Campus operates in the midst of 200 innovative companies and a pool of other prestigious institutes of higher education or "Grandes Ecoles", such as SUPELEC, ESITC, ENSAM, GEORGIA TECH... About 5000 students are living and studying on this Campus.