Marseille campus

The KEDGE Marseille campus is divided between two sites: the Luminy and Vaufrèges campuses, nestled on the edge of the Calanques National Park, and the Joliette campus located in the heart of the city.

The School has several establishments in Marseille 

  • Situated in the Calanques national park, the Luminy campus places modern architecture in a natural environment. It is 20 minutes from the city centre by bus, and a few kilometres from Cassis.
  • The La Joliette campus (Espaces Gaymard/Grand Large) for continuing education students, is located in Marseilles' city centre in the La Joliette business district.

Luminy Campus

The Luminy campus spans across almost 15,000 m², providing the most innovative facilities and teaching equipment.

  • HUB.2: the campus' fully digital library is a unique work space that facilitates creation and collaboration. The library has been enhanced with new equipment including a webarium, a film set, a video booth, a café lounge area and a hub garden.
  • The Accélérateur, dedicated to business start-ups, is a service provided over a dedicated modular area of 500 m² equipped with the latest technology. With its online sharing platform including specialist databases and internal and external support services, it also provides access to and networking with KEDGE BS equipment.
  • Amphitheatres with varied seating capacities and brain bubbles allowing students to work as teams.
    • Fitness areas: changing rooms, dance/yoga studio, cardio and weight-training equipment.
    • Several eating areas: cafeteria, Food Truck, Sport Café, Columbus Café.
    • A student common room
    • Student residences with over 160 rooms.
    • An outdoor car park with 2000 spaces and an express bus route.
    • And other new outdoor areas are coming soon including a badminton court, climbing wall and fitness trail.

The Vaufrèges campus (in close proximity) completes the facilities provided with a teaching space spanning over 5000 m².

How to come on the Campuses Luminy / Vaufrèges

Address: Domaine de Luminy, Rue Antoine Bourdelle, 13009 Marseille

From Marseille Saint Charles train station

Metro Line 2 in the direction of Sainte-Marguerite Dromel.

  • "Rond Point du Prado" stop + bus route B1 Luminy KEDGE BS stop More+ or 21Jet  and Luminy PN des calanques stop More+
  • or "Sainte-Marguerite Dromel" stop + bus route 24 KEDGE BS stop More+
    • Route B1 or 24 – Luminy Lachamp stop for the Vaufrèges campus

From Marseille Provence airport

Take the shuttle to the airport in front of Hall ¾ to Saint Charles station. Metro Line 2 in the direction of Sainte-Marguerite Dromel.

  • "Rond Point du Prado" stop + bus route B1 Luminy KEDGE BS stop More+ or 21Jet  and Luminy PN des calanques stop More+
  • or "Sainte-Marguerite Dromel" stop + bus route 24 KEDGE BS stop More+
    • Route B1 or 24 – Luminy Lachamp stop for the Vaufrèges campus

Arrive by bus

  • From Castellane (town centre) bus route B1 – KEDGE BS stop More+ – Access to building B of the KEDGE BS campus
  • From Sainte Marguerite/Drome bus route 24 – KEDGE BS stop More+ – Direct access to the KEDGE BS main entrance
    • Route B1 or 24 – Luminy Lachamp stop for the Vaufrèges campus

All public transport information can be found on

  • Luminy campus
  • Vaufrèges campus

Joliette campus

Espace Gaymard and Grand Large are both located right in the centre of the La Joliette district close to the Docks and the MuCEM, and are accessible by metro, tram and bus.

With a surface area of over 1300 m2, these buildings offer:
  • 8 classrooms (with a seating capacity of 15 to 80 people), which can be used for courses, as well as for work areas for small group workshops. All the classrooms have touch-screen TVs, PCs and Wi-Fi access.
  • 4 meeting rooms available to students.
  • 3 relaxation areas.

As part of our CSR commitment, half the classrooms and facilities have been adapted for the visually impaired.

How to come on the Campus La Joliette ?


Immeuble Grand Large – 7 Boulevard de Dunkerque 13002 MARSEILLE

Immeuble Gaymard – 2/4 place d’arvieux 13002 MARSEILLE


  • Tram line no. 2 – Joliette stop
  • Metro line no. 2 – in the direction of Bougainville - Joliette stop
  • Bus no. 35 (direction of Plage de Corbières)/no. 49 (direction of Réformés Cannebière)/no. 83 (direction of Rond Point du Prado metro – Vieux-Port stop)


Arvieux car park/Espercieux car park (in close proximity)

Republique car park/Phocéen car park: (5 minutes' walk from the venue)


The City of Marseille

Marseille is the perfect blend of big city atmosphere and fishing-village sociability. With more sun and less bustle than most french cities, it is also one of the most attractive ones. Come enjoy the simple things: outdoor restaurants, cultural mix, apéro hour and street art at every corner.
The city is divided into arrondissements, called quartiers. Each of them has a unique soul, just like tiny villages. Vibrant, calm, classy, young, edgy : get your walking shoes ready and start wandering if you want to discover all aspects of Marseille.

Highlights :

•    Come say hello to the guardian of the city which allegedly protects its sailots, the Good mother, visible from all over town.
•    Stroll through 17th century Fort Saint-Jean, one of its most incredible fortress
•    Don’t miss the Mucem (Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations) an exquisite futuristic monument, designed as a filter to let light in
•    Discover the Canebière and the cours Julien, constantly vibrating with the scooters buzz
•    Climb the Calanques. These staggering limestone cliffs spilling into the sea are one of the city biggest highlights. You can access this national park by boat or by foot
•    Wander on the fish market in the Vieux Port and hunt for the best fresh fishes                                                   •   Be sure to participate in a pétanque game ! This famous local ball sport can be played in public areas or parks
•    Wander on the city beaches, rocky or sandy coves under the crystal clear skies
•    Put on your best sky blue shirt and come see a mythic Olympique de Marseille football game at Stade Vélodrome, one of the most famous french stadiums
•    Come enjoy the cultural scene at Friche Belle de Mai’s with its concerts, expositions, and 86,000-square foot panoramic roof terrace 













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