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  1. Reims University (French: Université de Reims or Rheims) was one of the largest and most important universities in Europe during the early modern era. It was established in 1548 by papal bull, but shut down in 1793, during the French Revolution. The University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne was officially established in 1967. See also

  2. The University of Reims was established in 1548, [8] after the Cardinal of Lorraine met with Pope Paul III. The 'Collège des Bons-Enfants' Catholic school thus became a university, teaching the arts, theology, law and medicine. The university was closed in 1793 during the French Revolution, and reemerged in the 1960s .

  3. The University of Reims first opened in 1548, but was closed in 1793 during France’s revolution against the monarchy. It remained shut for over two and a half centuries, reopening in the 1960s. It is now a public university with over 25,000 students in attendance and over 2,500 staff.

    • 9 bd de la paix, 51097 Reims, France
  4. D'abord Ecole cathédrale, l'une des plus importantes d'Europe au Moyen-Age, l'Université de Reims naît en 1548, grâce à l'intervention du Cardinal de Lorraine qui lui fit attribuer sa charge par la papauté.

  5. Reims (Marne, France) Voir sur la carte des lieux d'origine et de fabrication Notes : "D'abord Ecole cathédrale, l'une des plus importantes d'Europe au Moyen-Age, l'Université de Reims naît en 1548, grâce à l'intervention du Cardinal de Lorraine qui lui fit attribuer sa charge par la papauté.

  6. The University of Reims was created in 1548, thanks to the Cardinal de Lorraine who made the papacy turn it into one of the main cathedral schools in Europe in the Middle Ages. It was closed down in 1793 during the French Revolution and disappeared almost completely for a century, until it came back in the sixties.

  7. former University of Reims, founded in 1548, closed in 1793 during the French Revolution