Designed by students, for students, EHL Campus Lausanne reinvents the university life experience by balancing academics and innovation with fine dining and great leisure activities.
The eco-friendly site creates a sense of harmony with the natural environment and openness to the local community. It facilitates spontaneous interactions between students, professors, and visitors from many backgrounds.
Food & Beverage Outlets
EHL is proudly inaugurating the new Campus Lausanne on Friday 8 July 2022.
Your taste buds are going to love it here!
Our campus features culinary delights from around the world prepared by students and award-winning chefs. From a quick bite to eat between classes to after-work cocktails, or a business lunch, you will find the perfect meal for any occasion.
While guests can eat in any restaurant on campus, these are the outlets that cater best to the general public. Free parking is available on campus and reservations are advised.
EHL’s signature Michelin Starred fine dining restaurant.
For reservations and to see the menu:
A retro-modern brasserie serving traditional French cuisine using fresh local and seasonal produce.
Monday to Friday: 12-1.30pm / 7pm-9.30pm
This campus offers state-of-the-art practical learning areas for you to explore the art of hospitality and get hands-on experience with every function of a hotel and restaurant. The practical learning courses are highly visible, allowing students and visitors to see the learning process in action and be immersed in a five-star hospitality setting.
One of the most surprising features of the new campus extension is the absence of many walls. From the entrance, you can see from end to end, and the 2,600m-long ‘Verrière’ section (opening in September 2022) connects the old campus to the new campus. This wide-open space encourages students, faculty, and visitors to be open-minded and ‘think outside of the box’ in an environment where living, learning and having fun all blends together.
Auditorium: This multimedia auditorium has a seating capacity of 220, which can be increased to 300. Named after the school's founder, Jacques Tschumi, it is used for conferences, seminars, lectures and external events.
Aula: This event hall has a seating capacity of 270 to 500. It is used for graduation ceremonies, student events and gala dinners for external clients.
Classrooms: The Lausanne campus has more than 50 classrooms, all conveniently located in N building and wheelchair accessible.
Library: The library is able to accommodate 260 students over an area of 900 m²; it houses around 34,000 books and provides access to over 100 databases containing more than 103,000 full text documents. It is part of the Network of Libraries and Information Centers in Switzerland (NEBIS). NEBIS provides access to around 10.5 mio documents.
Study Rooms & Areas: Rooms are available for study and meetings in N Building, and “Meet & Retreat” areas in M Building. Students also often work in the Food Court and Hall N outside of meal hours. The Study Rooms can be reserved using Outlook, for 4 hours maximum.
EHL is on a journey toward sustainability and our new campus aims to integrate sustainable living concepts throughout the campus experience. We aim for and maintain the highest standards possible for sustainability, starting with adhering to the stringent Minergie-P© energy consumption standards, which demand 80% self-sufficiency in energy use. This goal is ambitious but, thanks to renewable technology integrated throughout the campus, it’s becoming a reality.
The school proposes the following services to meet students’ every-day needs:
Reception : Postage stamps, taxi service, cash dispenser, phone cards.
Service Centre: Accommodation requests and administrative formalities
Dry cleaning service
IT service desk and printing center
Our dedicated team of industry relations specialists guide students towards fulfilling internships and careers:
CV & letter checking
Internship planning & monitoring
Job fairs and company visits on campus
Personalized coaching services
The Student Affairs department is composed of 22 qualified and certified professionals offering services that:
Enhance life on campus
Enrich the academic experience
Encourage personal growth and well-being
Target professional development
Offered as a free resource to help students develop their writing skills, the writing center provides:
Individual feedback and support
Coaching sessions and workshops
Guidance for professional-quality documents
Other services included in the school fees:
Digital Centre and professional print-shop
Shops and boutique