Metz, city of arts and history, is a very pleasant city which offers its visitors many tourist and cultural riches. It is also ranked in the 20 destinations to visit by Condé Nest Traveler and ranked 4th in the European Best Destination competition in 2019.
City of gardens , Metz has 1000 hectares of natural agricultural and forest areas, or 1/4 of the total area of the city and offers a privileged environmental setting to its inhabitants and its guests. Metz is the cradle of urban ecology, initiated by Jean Marie Pelt. The City of Metz is in third position in the 2020 ranking of the most green cities in France, published by the Observatory of Green Cities.
Metz Campus, the higher pole of Jean XXIII in Montigny-lès-Metz, is located on an exceptional site. It is easily accessible from everywhere and very well served by public transport. Everything is done to ensure that the student lives his best years of study. Students appreciate the pleasant environment and the reception conditions available to them. The serene climate that reigns there is conducive to their studies and their development.
In addition to connected spaces for working in groups or individually, students benefit from relaxation and catering areas to meet and discuss. They can also use the establishment’s sports facilities and attend the gym, even outside of normal opening hours. All this in a framework totally dedicated to students that promotes meetings, collaborative spirit and creativity.