Capital of The Garden of France, Tours is listed as a City of Art and History. In the 15th and 16th centuries, kings of France elected the region second French capital. With 480 000 inhabitants, the city is today the largest urban zone in the region. To come to study in Tours is to choose an incomparable Unesco World Heritage setting along with the 30 000 students from campuses across the city.

Agenda

Open Days

Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 February 2018
10am – 5pm

Saturday 14 April 2018
10am – 5pm

Careers Fairs

Forum de l’Orientation in Blois
16 and 17 February 2018

Graduation Project

From 23 to 26 March 2018
10am – 5pm

Campus + points

Tours has a highly-developped campus spirit : workshops are regularly organised with the adjoining Business School. The school boasts a bright, comfortable and spacious 1500m²  with an additional 500m² annex in the city centre.

The Students Bureau is very active and facilitates the integration of new arrivals.

Brassart campus in Tours
Brassart campus in Tours

City/ region + points

Culture is ever-present in the lives of the ‘Tourangeaux’. The Museum of Fine Art and its beautiful collections retrace the history of painting and sculpture over centuries.

The CCC or, Centre for Contemporary Creation, has recently moved to a new setting and the cultural offer is completed with famous music and urban arts festivals (Aucard, Terre du Son, Rayon Frais…).

Library and Pont de Pierre
Library and Pont de Pierre
  • The Secularity of the Republic Prize 2015 : B4 Students – Multimedia and Graphic Design The visuals were exhibited in exhibitions around the country on the theme of Secularity.
  • Les Chatons d’Or 2015 – Charly Manceau, Prize in the category « Good Morning » for the « Good Morning » campaign.
  • Les Chatons d’Or 2015 : Romain Thiollet, Prize in the category « Good Morning » for the « Good Morning » campaign.
  • WWF / Saxoprint 2016 : Léa BOUISSOU, nominated in the poster competition « Preserve the oceans ».
  • WWF / Saxoprint 2015 : Pierre GAUDOUIN, Grand Prix « Paris Climate 2015 ».
  • WWF / Saxoprint 2015 : Céline LENZ, Grand Prix « Paris Climate 2015 ».
  • Ciné-Jeune de l’Aisne 2016 : Louis FIEVRE, winner of the poster competition for the 34th edition of the festival.
  • Ciné-Jeune de l’Aisne 2016 : Morgane FAGGION, nominated for the poster competition for the 34th edition of the festival.
  • Ciné-Jeune de l’Aisne 2016 : Erwan LAUDAT, nominated for the poster competition for the 34th edition of the festival.
  • Ciné-Jeune de l’Aisne 2016 : Pauline BARRIN, nominated for the poster competition for the 34th edition of the festival.
  • CHRU / Tours Day Hospital 2015 : B3 Students – Multimedia Graphic Design, decoration of the day hospital.

Contacts

1 rue Léo-Delibes
bâtiment B
37200 TOURS
+33 (0)2 36 70 49 80
tours@brassart.fr

Bus stops :

  • Line 2 – Beethoven
  • Lines 3 and 10 – Ecole de commerce

Students’ Bureau (BDE)

SOA / Sons Of Art
sonsofart.asso@gmail.com
Facebook : Soa Brassart

Crous Orléans-Tours

www.crous-orleans-tours.fr