University of Lille

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The original university in the Lille region of France was the University of Douai established in 1559 in Douai and that was moved to Lille in 1887 as University of Lille (French: Université de Lille).

University campuses in the Academy of Lille (Académie de Lille) are members of the Université Lille Nord de France and European Doctoral College Lille Nord-Pas de Calais.

Lille has three public university campuses (student enrollment: 90,000):

Lille has one private university (enrollment: 20,500)

In the neighbourhood of Lille city, members of the Academy of Lille:

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