LAUNCH OF THE 2016 C.A.M.P.U.S. AWARDS, Natixis’ call for solidarity projects among students

Paris, France, September 22, 2015

Natixis supports and rewards student initiatives selected for their spirit of solidarity and collective intelligence. The fifth edition of the C.A.M.P.U.S. Awards will award three prizes ranging from €1,500 to €5,000 to help students make their project come true.

Starting today through to November 30, 2015, students who wish to defend a solidarity project that is to be carried out in 2016 can submit an application form to the following address:


The projects that best meet the criteria of solidarity, equal opportunity and collective action are rewarded. This year, Natixis decided to create a third category in addition to the socio-sports and socio-cultural categories, i.e. diversity. The goal is to support initiatives that promote equal opportunity, the combating of discrimination, gender diversity and disability awareness.


To date, the C.A.M.P.U.S. Awards have supported 26 projects defended by students from 14 Ivy League schools (“grandes écoles”) across France. In 2015, the first prizes were awarded to Cheer Up! (Toulouse Business School): helping young cancer sufferers and Pachamama (ESSEC): building a rugby field in Madagascar.


For more information, go to,”Careers”/”Students” or write to:


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