When living on the HEC Campus, located in the small picturesque village of Jouy-en-Josas, everything is at your fingertips. Whether you want to study, party, play sports or go out, the HEC Campus has it all: a self-service restaurant, a snack bar, a newly built gym and sports hall, not to mention 8,000m² of sports fields. Our Library offers 60,000 books and e-books on management, as well as 1,500 periodicals in a variety of languages to help keep you up to date, and our Languages Center offers students the chance to practice their French (as a foreign language) or learn a completely new language. All of this is located in the beautiful surroundings of the French countryside, with acres of woods, lakes and fields to be discovered.
Our Full-time MBA students live on the campus in a dedicated residence called Expansiel, with 177 equipped individual rooms and 24 apartments reserved for couples and families. This on-campus residence includes meeting rooms, a relaxation lounge, the Piano bar with a big screen TV, a laundromat and a reserved indoor/outdoor parking area. The HEC gym is a 2 minute walk from Expansiel.
The HEC Campus is located just 10 minutes walk from the charming medieval village of Jouy-en-Josas, where you will find everything you need.
There are two Simply supermarkets within walking distance; one just opposite the HEC main entrance, and the other in the heart of Jouy. There is also a selection of banks in Jouy for students to organize their finances: these banks will visit HEC during Orientation Week to help you to open your French bank account. There is also a hairdressers and spa just opposite the campus' main entrance so that our students can relax and put their feet up after a hard day's work.
Jouy-en-Josas is well-equipped with restaurants, all offering good food at reasonable prices for our students. There is also a pharmacy, bakery and a Newsstand, as well as St Martin's Church in the heart of the village.
Jouy-en-Josas station is located just 10 minutes walk from the middle of the HEC campus, and from there students can get RER C trains; the historic town of Versailles is only a 10 minute train-ride away, and Paris is a mere 45 minute journey away.