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Becoming a partner

Flexible partnerships

IFP School offers flexible partnerships to companies, designed to benefit all those involved: the company, students and IFP School.
 
The support provided to IFP School students gives access to a vibrant student community. It gives companies an opportunity to attract young talent with very diverse profiles, in terms of both their academic background and nationality as well as their professional aspirations. Companies may decide to make a contribution to the Tuck Foundation, which maintains a scholarship fund, or offer apprenticeship contracts, enabling students to alternate between training both at IFP School and in companies.
 
Companies can also contribute their expertise to IFP School by sending their employees to teach at IFP School and share their know-how with students, or by organizing industrial site tours in France or abroad, or else by providing industrial data to be used in case studies.
 
Companies can as well support the development of IFP School and promote higher education as part of their corporate social responsibility. This involves setting up company chairs, financing practical training courses in the field for students and sponsoring rooms, spaces or events within IFP School.
 
Companies entering into a partnership with IFP School are able to benefit from numerous advantages such as taking part in the "Partner Companies Event" (a forum involving students) and in the Steering Committees as well as the possibility of sponsoring the graduation ceremony.

 

The main companies working in partnership with IFP School are as follows:

Air Liquide, Arkema, Axens, Bosch, BP, Cepsa, CGG, Continental, Delphi, EDF, ExxonMobil, Ford, GDF Suez, PDVSA, Perenco, Petrobras, Petronas, PSA Peugeot Citroën, PTT, Renault, Saipem, Saudi Aramco, Schlumberger, Shell, Statoil, Technip, Total, Valeo EMS, Volvo Powertrain, etc.