St. Albert school
student life

The Paris campus ◆◆


The first Albert School campus in Paris opens its doors in September. It is located at 18 rue de Paradis, in the 10th arrondissement of Paris.

Other openings are planned in major European cities in the coming years.

ALBERT SCHOOL welcomes its students ◆◆ in an exceptional 2500 m² campus◆◆

Students are thus in the heart of Paris, in a lively neighbourhood where young entrepreneurs meet all the social and creative dynamics of the time.

Located in the former Magasin des Faïenceries de Choisy-le-Roi, the first Albert School campus has been completely renovated to accommodate students and teachers. Classified as a historical monument, the building, built in 1889, is entirely decorated with painted ceramics. An iconic setting for a new kind of school.

Designed by Adrien Raoul, the architect of École 42, as a warm, hybrid space, halfway between a school and a coworking space, the place will be designed to make room for students' activities, associations and clubs that they wish to develop.

Did you know that 18 rue de Paradis is also known for having hosted the famous Manoir de Paris?  

the Paris campus

The Museum Of Data Art ◆◆

The site, itself remarkable, with its many earthenware and mosaic decorations, will house a museum devoted to works of art inspired by or in dialogue with the data.

- transport ◆◆

A strategic location, in the heart of Paris, close to the main places of student life.

Ideally located in the heart of Paris in the 10th arrondissement, the Albert School campus offers all the advantages of Parisian life and proximity to all the shops and places to live. It is also very well served by public transport (metro, bus, RER, trains).

How do you get to school by public transport?

Metro / LINES
4 : Château d'eau
5/7 :Gare de l'est
7 :Poissonnière
8/9 :Strasbourg Saint-Denis
bus / lines
32 : hauteville
32/38/39/54/91 :Gare de l'est
46 : Magenta,Saint-Martin
31/56 :La Fayette, Magenta, Gare du nord
RER / lines
B/c/d : stop gare du nord
SNCF / stops
gare du nord
gare de l'est

Association life at ALBERT SCHOOL ◆◆

ALBERT SCHOOL encourages students to take their destiny into their own hands and to take the initiative in projects that are important to them.

Campus life is punctuated by the programming of all the student associations:

A chess club

TheSt. Albert's Chess Club brings together lovers of the noble game to allow all players, experienced or beginners, to practice. The club is open to all and the members of the teaching team are not the last to push the wood! In order to keep a strong rotation, the blitz format is privileged (3:0) and according to the demand, external chess professionals will be invited to give conferences or courses. The chess club will also have the means to organise a tournament for external players (students and/or professionals): it only remains to invent it. Gambit welcome, Scandinavian and Scottish games appreciated

A junior company

Working with partner companies to help them solve concrete problems

A coding club

Hackatons and competitions around computer programming of chess games and introduction to artificial intelligence.

A music club

The Albert's Music Club brings together students for whom music is a passion beyond Spotify or Deezer. Dedicated slots in the Studio Bleu, a 3-minute walk from campus, will allow the more experienced to practice their instrument in a group, and newcomers to learn about drums, guitar or singing. The studio even has a recording capacity so that each class has its own signature compilation. The Music Club is also a driving force in organising concert outings, and hosting certain artists on campus.

Sports associations

For indoor football (five), volleyball, table tennis, basketball, swimming, yoga, dance, tennis...

Cultural associations

Theatre, Improvisation matches, Cinema / Museum outings, Art activities.

Let's meet ◆◆

Do you want to know more about ALBERT SCHOOL? The team is available to answer all your questions.