ParisTech, a research and higher education cluster of excellence, is composed of twelve French Grandes Ecoles (Engineering and Business Schools) that cover a sweeping spectrum in science, technology and management.
The high professor/students ratio, the wide range of scientific disciplines covered and the quality of research at ParisTech attract the best students and scientists.
- ParisTech Members
- ENSTA ParisTech
- Arts et Métiers
- ESPCI ParisTech
- Chimie ParisTech
- HEC Paris
- Ecole des Ponts ParisTech
- Institut d’Optique
- Ecole Polytechnique
- Mines ParisTech
- ENSAE ParisTech
- Telecom ParisTech
- ParisTech in FIgures
- 18,900 students (31% foreign)
- 3,650 faculty members
- 165,000 alumni
- 126 laboratories
- More than 500 PhD theses defended every year
- More than 15,000 publications in the last five years
- More than 40 chairs
- 11 MSc in Engineering
- 1 MSc in Management
- Over 100 Masters of Science
- 7 MBA
- Over 60 Advanced Masters
Over two centuries of history
ParisTech benefits from the heritage of its schools: five of them were founded in the 18th century, the rest at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. All are public and come under the aegis of various French ministries, Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry or the City of Paris.In the 1990s, the schools were federated into an organisation, ParisTech, and started developing inter-school activities.
In 2007 ParisTech became a Public Establishment of Scientific Cooperation, giving the network an institutional framework to strengthen its development, especially on the international level.
High level education
ParisTech offers top MSc of Engineering and Management, Master of Science, MBA and PhD courses covering every area of science and engineering. Students receive science and managerial training preparing them to hold key positions in companies, in civil service or in academic research institutes.
Research is the cornerstone of ParisTech and holds a prominent place. It is characterised by a wide multi-disciplinary approach in science and technology, international quality and close relation ships with industry, services and the socio-economic world.
Close relations with industry
ParisTech maintains close ties with companies in every area to accompany its growth and ensure that training matches economic and social needs.
Openness to the world
International cooperation is essential for ParisTech. Since its creation, the institute has developed more than 90 exchange and partnership programmes with the world’s most prestigious universities.
- ParisTech (http://www.paristech.fr)
- ParisTech Alumni (http://www.paristech-alumni.org)