IMT Atlantique

IMT Atlantique (Bretagne-Pays de la Loire), the result of a merger between of Mines Nantes and Télécom Bretagne, is a new school of the Ministry of Industry and Digital Technology. It focuses on digital technology, energy and the environment. IMT Atlantique (Bretagne- Pays de la Loire) has research potential which places it among the 10 best schools in France. Find out more

IMT Lille Douai

Mines Douai and Télécom Lille merged on 1 January 2017 to create IMT Lille Douai, the first engineering school north of Paris, to educate future engineers, whether general engineers or digital experts. Every year IMT Lille Douai, an IMT graduate school, and the Université de Lille award diplomas to more than 500 talented engineers, trained to anticipate economic and societal progress. Find out more

Mines Alès

logo-malesCreated in 1843 in Alès, the Ecole des Mines developped according to the world of industry and society’s evolutions. It is now an engineering school in France Grandes écoles and of the Groupe des écoles des mines. There are three year engineering degree and masters’ degree programs. Find out more

Mines Albi

logo-malbiThe main objective of the Ecole des Mines d’Albi-Carmaux is to train multi-purpose engineers (in undergraduate or adult education) in response to the needs of industry, with a core emphasis on Process engineering. The usual duration of the course is four years (admission after one year of preparatory studies) but it is also possible to be admitted directly into second or third year.Find out more

Mines Saint-Etienne

Mines Saint-EtienneMines Saint-Etienne is one of the French generalist engineering schools Grandes Ecoles. Its function is to support the development of its students and of companies through a range of courses and fields of research, from the initial training of generalist engineers ingénieurs civils des mines, to PhD teaching; from material sciences to micro-electronics via process engineering, the environment, civil engineering, finance, computer science and health engineering. Find out more

Télécom Ecole de Management

logo-temTelecom Ecole de Management is a public business school in the French Grande Ecole tradition. Founded in 1979, the School operates under the auspices of the Ministry for the Economy, Industry and Finance. For over 30 years, the School has been recognized for its dual expertise in management and information and communication technologies (ITC).  Find out more