Nancy-Université

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University of Nancy
A building of Nancy-Université

Nancy-Université federated the three principal institutes of higher education of Nancy, in Lorraine, France before their merger into the University of Lorraine:

With over 50 000 students, Nancy has the fifth largest student population in France.

Libraries[edit]

Nancy-Université has several academic libraries. The academic library of Nancy 2 University, opened by French president Albert Lebrun, contains around 500 000 documents, among which at least 250 000 are books, in 35 locations.

History[edit]

The original University of Nancy was founded in 1572 in the nearby city of Pont-à-Mousson by Charles III, duke of Lorraine, and Charles, Cardinal of Lorraine, and transferred to Nancy in 1768. It was closed by the revolutionaries in 1793, and reopened in 1864.

Notable personnel[edit]

See also[edit]

List of public universities in France by academy

External links[edit]