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The educational programme

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Teaching methods based on interdisciplinary courses.

Shared values

An educational programme developed around shared values

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A professionalized based curriculum and leading research labs

The INP-ENSIACET engineering course aims at professionalizing students to a high scientific and technical level.  It is supported by leading research laboratories which meet the needs of industry In the field of matter transformation.

A broad yet specialized course which gives a comprehensive view of the industry

ENSIACET engineering-students are offered a broad course in a specialized field of matter transformation. They also have general courses in economics, management and humanities in order to give them a comprehensive view of the industry. Throughout the degree course, interpersonal skills like communication and teamworking are developed as well as work and time management.

Adaptability and mobility

The transmission and acquisition of knowledge and the educational programme at the school aim at improving the adaptability and mobility of the ENSIACET engineering-student.

International Dimension

The international dimension is at the heart of the curriculum. The ENSIACET engineering student has to master a foreign language and acquire some international experience.


The ENSIACET engineer must be highly skilled and able to work in multicultural teams.  

An individualized professional project

ENSIACET engineering students  organize their curriculum according to their individualized professional projects. Therefore they must display responsibility, dynamism, openness and independence.

The teaching staff

Last modification on: 05/05/2015 - 16:34

Courses are given by:

  • research faculty members,
  • associate professors,
  • part-time associate professors
  • temporary lecturers and research assistants,
  • INPT teaching assistants

Occasionally for some courses, experts (from industry,, researchers, professors from other engineering  faculties,etc) participate and give the engineering students their knowledge of industrial needs.

Foreign languages

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English: a requirement

For all ENSIACET students taking the engineering course, a minimum level of English is required. All must obtain level B2  (high range) defined by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

This required level must be certified by a recognized external test ( a minimum score of 550 on the TOEFL exam or 785 on the TOEIC exam) and by the successful completion of  the English course.

A session is organized at the ENSIACET every year by the academic dean and the language coordinator. This session is free for second year students. Other students have to pay.

For apprenticeship engineers, the requirement is a B1 level, i.e. a minimum score of 480 score on the TOEFL exam or 550 on the TOEIC exam.


The importance of non-scientific courses

Last modification on: 28/04/2015 - 11:14

Engineers are not only  scientists, they should also display human skills in communication, management and responsibility towards society. This is why the school offers courses and activities to help the engineering student to acquire these skills throughout the three years of the degree course.
For example at the end of the 1st semester of the third year, before leaving for their 6-month placement, all students from the five minors are brought  together to follow a two week course on the following themes:

  • management
  • communication
  • innovation
  • ethics
  • business knowledge
  • competitive intelligence