Great student life!
35,000 m² of purpose-built facilities set in beautiful natural surroundings, offering:
- 2,200 m² of library and documentation facilities
- 2 industrial work platforms spanning 2,200 m²
- 1 sports hall and another multi-purpose facility spanning 4,000 m²
- University restaurant and student accommodation
- Landscaped gardens
- Campus-wide environmental awareness commitment
- Mechanical engineering workshop in the industrial work platforms
- Language laboratory with 36 student workstations
- A factory mockup
- University library: 35,000 volumes, 10,000 databases, 420 study places
- A 500-seat lecture hall
- WiFi access throughout the campus
- Student card offering access to a range of services
Outstanding sports facilities
- A sports hall including a competition-grade climbing wall
- 50 different physical, sports and artistic activities to choose from
- In addition, just next door to the campus is a sports ground offering an athletics track and Olympic-size swimming pool, and housing the Troyes Institute of Sports Medicine.
- 90% of UTT students are active members of sports clubs and 400 regularly compete in events organized by the French University Sports Federation (FFSU).
- 160 students are enrolled on sports study programs.
- Tailored study programs for top-level athletes and gifted artists.
Strong sense of community and a lively campus
Very dynamic Student Activities Office (BDE)
40 student clubs and associations
The University recognizes and actively encourages students' involvement the different associations by:
- Subsidizing activities through the Student Initiative Development Fund (FSDIE)
- Recognizing outstanding individual commitments in the form of a special commendation on the student's degree certificate and the Ellipse* Prize Scheme
A Substance Abuse Prevention Policy (including alcohol) is in place at UTT.
The University physician and nurse are available on campus for medical care consultation.
Why study in Troyes?
Troyes is a medium-size lively, friendly city.
- Population of 120,000 (Greater Troyes)
- Student population of 9,000
- 1:30 hours from Paris
- A rich cultural heritage
- Close to the extensive Forêt d’Orient natural park
- 12,000 acres of lakes
- Champagne vineyards (17,000 acres)
- Many leading fashion brands available at factory prices
The Ellipse Prize is awarded annually to an individual graduate student who has demonstrated all-round academic excellence, has a keenly scientific mind, contributes actively to student’s community life, is culturally very open-minded as well as being an active sports person.
- 2004 prizewinner: Anne-Lise Fevre – Industrial Systems graduate (GSI)
- 2005 prizewinner: Gregory Lannou – Mechanical Systems graduate (GSI)
- 2006 prizewinner: Nicolas Honoré – Industrial Systems graduate (GSI)
- 2007 prizewinner: Gary Vigier – Computing & Information Systems graduate (SI)
- 2008 prizewinner: Adrien Aurousseau – Mechanical Systems graduate (SM)
- 2009 prizewinner: Tangui Carré – Telecommunication and Information Systems graduate (SIT)
- 2010 prizewinner: François Dumoulin – Materials Technology and Economics graduate (MTE)