Academic partners

Centrale Supélec Gif-sur-Yvette

CentraleSupélec (CS) is one of 205 French engineering schools accredited as of September 1, 2018 to award an engineering degree. It was born in 2015 from the merger between Supélec (whose official name is "École supérieure d'électricité") and École centrale Paris (whose official name is "École centrale des arts et manufactures").

It is under the joint supervision of the Minister for Industry and the Minister for Higher Education, Research and Innovation. It currently has three campuses: Paris-Saclay, Metz and Rennes.

 

Centrale Supélec Metz

CentraleSupélec (CS) is one of 205 French engineering schools accredited as of September 1, 2018 to award an engineering degree. It was born in 2015 from the merger between Supélec (whose official name is "École supérieure d'électricité") and École centrale Paris (whose official name is "École centrale des arts et manufactures").

It is under the joint supervision of the Minister for Industry and the Minister for Higher Education, Research and Innovation. It currently has three campuses: Paris-Saclay, Metz and Rennes.

Centrale Supélec Rennes

CentraleSupélec (CS) is one of 205 French engineering schools accredited as of September 1, 2018 to award an engineering degree. It was born in 2015 from the merger between Supélec (whose official name is "École supérieure d'électricité") and École centrale Paris (whose official name is "École centrale des arts et manufactures").

It is under the joint supervision of the Minister for Industry and the Minister for Higher Education, Research and Innovation. It currently has three campuses: Paris-Saclay, Metz and Rennes.

CPE Lyon (École Supérieure de Chimie, Physique, Électronique de Lyon)

The École supérieure de chimie, physique, électronique de Lyon (also known as ESCPE Lyon or CPE Lyon for chimie, physique, électronique) is one of 205 French engineering schools accredited as of 1 September 2018 to award an engineering degree2.

It was born in 1994 from the merger of two schools: the Institute of Industrial Physical Chemistry (ICPI), founded in 1919, and the Higher School of Industrial Chemistry of Lyon (ESCIL), founded in 1883.

IMT Lille Douai

The Institut Mines-Télécom, abbreviated IMT, is a public institution attached to the Ministry of Economy and Finance, dedicated to higher education and research for innovation in the fields of engineering and digital technology for the benefit of industry. It includes the mining schools and the French telecommunications schools (public engineering schools authorised by the CTI), most of which are under the same ministry. It is under the supervision of the General Council of Economy, Industry, Energy and Technology.

EMN (École des Mines de Nancy)

The École nationale supérieure des mines de Nancy, or Mines Nancy, also known as the École des Mines de Nancy, EMN and Nancy School of Mines, is one of 205 French engineering schools accredited as of 1 September 2018 to award an engineering degree.

It was created in 1919 to train engineers to operate mines in northern Lorraine, a region that was reclaimed from Germany in 1918. The School has gradually evolved and is now a so-called "generalist" engineering school.

EMSE (École des Mines de Saint-Étienne)

The École nationale supérieure des mines de Saint-Étienne, also known as Mines Saint-Étienne or Saint-Étienne School of Mines, is one of 205 French engineering schools accredited as of 1 September 2018 to award an engineering degree. Created in 1816, it is a member of the Institut Mines-Télécom, under the supervision of the Ministry of Industry (now the Ministry of the Economy, Industry and Digital Technology).