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Living on the Dijon campus
- Rue de la Liberté, Dijon ©Martin Argyroglo
Discover the city
The former capital of the Dukes of Burgundy, Dijon has a rich historical and artistic heritage with one of the largest protected areas in France, listed by UNESCO as an "asset of universal value".
You can travel around Dijon by bus and tram: plan your route (fr.).
Culture & Leisure
Dijon's cultural life is at once very rich and accessible (fr.). Students benefit from significant discounts for cultural events and free access to municipal museums.
Dijon also has a number of quality sports facilities (fr.): several swimming pools including an Olympic pool (fr.) with a diving area, many stadiums and gyms, a skating rink and a 37-hectare artificial lake with a water sports centre.