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Normale

45 Rue d'Ulm, 75005 Paris, France
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Introduction

History and Facts

  • The École Normale Supérieure (ENS) was established in 1794 during the French Revolution.
  • The aim of the University is to provide the republic with a new body of teachers trained in the critical and secular spirit of Enlightenment.
  • Over the years, the university has developed into an elite institution which has become a platform for many of France's brightest young people to pursue high-level careers in government and academia.
  • ENS students come from all over France and from more than 46 other countries to study and research at progressive undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels.

 

University Highlights

  • Nearly 1,000 professor-researchers and permanent researchers, many from partner institutions, universities and national research organizations, work at or with the École Normale Supérieure.
  • ENS ranks highly among French graduate schools. In the sciences, the ratio of doctoral students to researchers is 400:480.
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Lecture Theater
Conference Room
Bank Facility
Ac Class Room
Cafeteria
Auditorium
Amphitheatre
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Computer Facility
Computer Lab
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Wifi
WI-Fi Available
Life At Normale

Location and Transportation

  • The historic Paris ENS campus is located around the rue d'Ulm. The main building is 45 rue d'Ulm in the 5th arrondissement of Paris.
  • The ENS-Ulm has annex campuses on Boulevard Jourdan (previously the women's college), and in the suburb of Montrouge.

 

Student Facilities and Unions

  • The ENS has ten libraries on campus and a vast documentary resource totalling over 800,000 items.
  • Also, the library houses a continually expanding electronic resource: 25 bibliographic databases and several thousand periodicals, dictionaries and e-books.
  • Severn departments and 12 research centres. Approximately 250 doctoral students work in these departments and laboratories.
For Further Details
  • Contact number :
    +33 1 44 32 30 00, 
  • Visit Us :
    www.ens.fr
  • Address :
    45 Rue d'Ulm, 75005 Paris, France
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