École des Ponts ParisTech

PROFILE

Status:
Active member
Abbreviation:
FR-ENPC
Country:
France
City:
Marne-la-Vallée
Total number of students:
2000
Number of students in engineering:
2000
Year of creation:
1747
Website address:
http://www.enpc.fr
T.I.M.E. Coordinator:
Mr. Pierre MICHAUX
michauxp@enpc.fr
Head of Institution:
Prof. Armel de La Bourdonnaye
Facts:
École des Ponts ParisTech is one of the leading French Engineering School. It is devoted to the training of top engineers for industries, services and research. Main facts and figures: • 2,018 students, including 442 PhD students • 435 faculty members • 6 Faculties: - Civil Engineering and Construction - Urban Planning, Environment and Transports - Mechanical Engineering and Materials - Industrial Engineering - Economics, Management and Finance - Mathematics and Computer Science • 21 masters of Science • 11 research departments in the field of Materials and structures; Public policies, urban planning and transports; Environnment; Economics and Finance. • 56 partner universities in 32 countries • 33 double-degree agreements • Over 500 international students on the campus representing 48 different countries

École des Ponts ParisTech

PROFILE

Status:
Active member
Abbreviation:
FR-ENPC
Country:
France
City:
Marne-la-Vallée
Total number of students:
2000
Number of students in engineering:
2000
Year of creation:
1747
Website address:
http://www.enpc.fr
T.I.M.E. Coordinator:
Mr. Pierre MICHAUX
michauxp@enpc.fr
Head of Institution:
Prof. Armel de La Bourdonnaye
Facts:
École des Ponts ParisTech is one of the leading French Engineering School. It is devoted to the training of top engineers for industries, services and research. Main facts and figures: • 2,018 students, including 442 PhD students • 435 faculty members • 6 Faculties: - Civil Engineering and Construction - Urban Planning, Environment and Transports - Mechanical Engineering and Materials - Industrial Engineering - Economics, Management and Finance - Mathematics and Computer Science • 21 masters of Science • 11 research departments in the field of Materials and structures; Public policies, urban planning and transports; Environnment; Economics and Finance. • 56 partner universities in 32 countries • 33 double-degree agreements • Over 500 international students on the campus representing 48 different countries