The University of Paris-Dauphine’s historical campus is the work of architect Jacques Carlu. It housed NATO through to 1966. Extensive renovation work is in progress on the campus to meet today’s environmental standards, concentrating mainly on improving facilities and streamlining the provision of educational resources. Work is being carried out step by step so that teaching can continue.
Students have a wide range of facilities available to them : two libraries, a vast sports complex, a selection of catering services, a travel agency, an ATM cash machine, etc.
In September 2009, the Department of Masters in Sciences of organization (MSO) moved onto a second campus, the Leonardo da Vinci University Centre (PULV) at La Défense, with space for 1,400 students on Masters 1 and Masters 2 programmes. This places the department’s Finance courses right in the heart of Paris’ business district, which fosters student connections with international corporations.