Dear graduates,

Spring is here, and with it, IFP School’s latest news.

This year’s cohort, Class of 2023, is already more than halfway through its academic year, and everything is going well.

The recruitment rates of last year’s students (Class of 2022) have been impressive: approximately 95% of the graduates have already been recruited, amongst which 38% of them are working in new energy-related fields, a figure that continues to rise year after year. It is a great satisfaction for us to see that the new skills students have acquired at our School are allowing them to address the industry’s new challenges!

On a similar topic, the Partner Companies Event was a big hit. 26 companies attended, ranging from start-ups to multi-energy corporations, and the students were all present and eager to meet them!

This example of School-Industry interfacing is a real asset for our School, but it is of course, not the only one!

In this new edition of our newsletter, we have chosen to highlight all the School's various partnerships, whether they be academic, industrial, national or international, within the framework of a program or a chair, etc. They illustrate the School's openness to the world, if that were even necessary.
I will let you discover them.

I would also like to share with you the career path and objectives of our new colleague, Supervisor of the ENEP program and former student, who after more than fifteen years of working in the industry, has chosen to return to IFP School.  He is driven by the desire to pass on all the experience he has acquired and is full of ideas on how to develop the programs and anchor them in the energy transition. An ideal profile for a school of specialization!

Enjoy your reading,

Christine TRAVERS
IFP School