Published on December 1, 2020 Updated on January 19, 2021

Campus Condorcet is located to the north of Paris and consists of two campuses, one at Aubervilliers and one at Paris (at Porte de la Chapelle). Metro, RER, tram, bus: the Campus is served by a vast public transport network.


At the Aubervilliers site, the buildings are spread out over 6.5 hectares of grounds, between Place du Front Populaire and rue de Saint-Gobain.

Rue des Fillettes runs along the west side of the site and avenue Waldeck-Rochet along the east side. Two roads cross the site: rue Germaine Tillion and rue Fantani Touré.

The Omega student residence can be found on rue du Pilier.


  • Metro 12
  • RER B
  • Bus : lines 139,153, 239, 302, 512

En voiture

  • 200 parking place on the campus

By car

  • Bike parks on the campus
  • Vélib' stand(self-hire bikes) 200 meters from the campus
  • Vélib’ stand on avenue George Sand

On foot

  • 0 minutes’ walk from the Front Populaire metro station
  • 10 minutes to walk the length of the Cours des Humanités
  • 15 minutes on foot from the RER B - La Plaine - Stade de France station
See the campus interactive map


Public transport to access the Porte de la Chapelle site will include:

  • Metro line 12, Porte de la Chapelle station, which is a 5-minute ride from the Aubervilliers site and a 20-minute ride from Saint-Lazare train station.
  • Porte de la Chapelle station on Tram line T3b, which serves north-eastern Paris.
  • Bus line 302 (Gare du Nord - La Corneuve-Six routes), Porte de la Chapelle bus stop.
  • Since the extension of the T3b tram line at the end of 2018, the tram now links the Porte de la Chapelle Campus site with the Université Paris Sorbonne Clignancourt site, then on to Porte d’Asnières.