Beaulieu Campus

Built in the 1960s in the eastern part of Rennes, Beaulieu campus covers 60 hectares and is home to a large number of facilities dedicated to research and teaching as well as cultural and sports activities
Campus de Beaulieu

Beaulieu Campus Map

Training

Beaulieu campus is home to the following departments and schools: Life and Environmental Sciences, Sciences and Properties of Matter, Mathematics, Philosophy, ISTIC (Computer Science and Electronics), ESIR (Rennes Engineering School) and OSUR (Earth Science and Astronomy Observatory of Rennes).

Also located on the campus are Rennes IUT with the departments of Social Careers, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Industrial Computing, Mechanical and Production Engineering and Business and Administration Management.

Research

Beaulieu campus has some twenty research units accredited by the major national research organisations (CNRS, INRA, INRIA and INSERM).

Student Information Points (PIE)

Run by on-campus students who are trained and employed by the university, the Student Information Points are the place to find practical information (CROUS, CAF, mutual insurance companies, STAR, etc.) and things to do (cultural, sports or scientific events run by the University of Rennes or by the associations). These information points are places where students can meet and exchange in a friendly atmosphere, and they also act as a relay between students and the university services.

The Beaulieu Information Point is located in Hall 43, above the Astrolabe cafeteria.

Facilities

Beaulieu campus has a large number of sports facilities (football pitches, basketball courts, sports halls) available to students and staff of the university and managed by the sports department SIUAPS.

Le Diapason, the cultural venue of the University of Rennes, is also located on Beaulieu campus.