KEDGE Business School - Avignon campus

Avignon boasts two main campuses: the centrally located Hannah Arendt campus in Sainte Marthe and the Jean-Henri Fabre campus in the Agroparc technology park. Despite its modest size, with around 8,000 students, the university offers a rich academic experience across both campuses, and is a dynamic hub for academic and extracurricular activities.


Modern amenities

The campus features a vibrant student life with a dedicated Bureau des Étudiants (BDE), co-working spaces, and a student residence nearby for convenience. The campus also offers amenities such as tram access, dining options, and a club dedicated to oenology, reflecting the rich cultural heritage of the Provence region. Additionally, students benefit from workshops on stress management and public speaking, as well as after-work events with industry professionals. Equipped with modern facilities including connected classrooms and a spacious amphitheatre, the campus provides a conducive environment for learning and networking.

Its strategic location amidst other higher education institutions fosters interdisciplinary collaboration and exploration of various career paths. With a focus on student comfort and engagement, the KEDGE Avignon campus offers an enriching educational experience complemented by the charm of Provencal surroundings.

Programmes available in Avignon

KEDGE Bachelor in Management is a generalist bachelor covered by the Ministry of Higher Education and Research. This programme allows students to acquire the fundamentals of management, to live abroad for 6 months and to benefit from field experience upon graduation.

Life in Avignon as an international student

Studying in Avignon as an international student offers a unique blend of academic excellence, cultural immersion, and a vibrant student life. The city's rich history and cultural heritage provide a stimulating environment for learning and exploration. Avignon is renowned for its prestigious higher education institutions, offering a diverse range of academic programmes in fields such as business, hospitality, and finance. Additionally, the presence of other renowned schools on campus provides opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration and networking.

Beyond academics, Avignon offers a vibrant student life with various extracurricular activities, clubs, and events, fostering personal growth and social integration. Furthermore, the city's convenient location, with tram access and proximity to amenities like dining options and accommodation, ensures a comfortable and accessible living experience for international students. Overall, studying in Avignon presents an ideal opportunity for international students to gain a world-class education while immersing themselves in the rich cultural tapestry of Provence.

Finding accommodation in Avignon is not more difficult than in any other city. There are plenty of small flats to rent, whether you choose to rent a room from a private individual or from an organisation (like the 'CROUS'). If you choose a flat from the CROUS, it is easier, it can be cheaper, but there are plenty of rules that can be restrictive.

How to get there?

- You can get to the campus by Bus 04 or 13 from the city centre in around 40 minutes.

- From the main station, take N570 towards Avenue Pierre Semard, and 2nd exit onto Route de Marseille/N7. Then, turn left onto Chemin de la Cristole.

- From the TGV station, head towards Rocade, continue on N7, turn left onto Chemin de la Cristole.