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The Co-Financed or Joint scholarships for Indian students are joint ventures of the French Embassy and ParisTech.

 

These scholarships aim to support meritorious Indian students financially for the duration of their studies in France.

ParisTech and the Embassy of France in India contribute towards the living expenses of selected students through allocation of social security (BCS) scholarships and reduction of tuition fees under the joint scholarship programme.

As a part of social security (BCS) scholarship, the selected students receive the status of French government scholarship holder and benefit such as social security, visa fee exemption, Campus France fee waiver and assistance with finding accommodation.

The Embassy of France in India and ParisTech have put in place a co-financed scholarship scheme to encourage Indian students to pursue their engineering training on the campus of one of the following ParisTech schools:

  • Arts et Métiers Sciences et Technologies
  • Chimie ParisTech – PSL
  • École des Ponts ParisTech
  • Institut d'Optique Graduate School
  • Mines Paris – PSL

As a part of this scheme, the scholars are entitled to following benefits:

The French Embassy awards a BCS (Bourse de Couverture Sociale) scholarship providing Status of French government scholarship holder, social security (mutuelle), assistance in finding affordable accommodation (priority access to CROUS; subject to availability), Visa and Campus France fee waiver.

The interested candidates must follow the admission process and selection procedure for the scholarship.

 

More details about the ParisTech International Admission Program can be found here

 

 

IDEAL – a success story about a European partnership that innovates the training of doctoral candidates

The final transnational meeting of the project IDEAL – European Soft Skills for PhD: enhancing transversal skills through innovative doctoral courses – took place on July 11 2022. The meeting focused on the final evaluation of the project and on how PhD students can continue to benefit from the innovative courses implemented to improve their soft skills after the end of the project.

 

It goes without saying: The IDEAL project has been strongly impacted by the pandemic: Students were not able to travel, collaboration between the partners has been extremely hampered by working only online, and everyone had generally to adapt to the new situation, students as well as administrative staff and researchers. Considering these circumstances, the achievements of the project are all the more impressive:

  • Publication of online course catalogue, listing the courses of the IDEAL partners in which their PhD students can participate: click here to see the course catalogue
  • Survey about the needs of doctoral candidates for the development of soft skills with more than 1000 replies
  • Creation of the training session “Creative thinking – Tools and Techniques of Success”
  • Creation of the training session “Mediating International and Scientific Communication”
  • Creation of the MOOC “Creative and Design Thinking: Process and Tools for Innovation”: register here for free access to the MOOC
  • Pilot course in a face-to-face setting at Polimi with 50 participants in September 2022
  • Participation of PhD students in the course “Co-Orientation”, developed by Mines Paris PSL, in order to give a concrete and proven response to the problem of professional choice
  • Participation in the research-based learning symposium of the European University EELISA, dissemination of the IDEAL project
  • Exchanges about the content of the project, the training sessions and the MOOC with the Advisory Employability Council, which consists of external experts in the training and integration of PhD students in the labor market

The aim of the IDEAL partners is to make sure that even though the project comes to an end, PhD students can still benefit from the training sessions and the MOOC. Therefore, the MOOC stays available on the online platform of Polimi, so that doctoral candidates of all universities around the world can follow the course. When it comes to the two training sessions “Creative thinking – Tools and Techniques of Success” and “Mediating International and Scientific Communication”, the consortium agreed to integrate these courses in the offer of the ATHENS network. All IDEAL partners are as well members of the ATHENS network, whose aim it is to offer two annual sessions of high quality courses to students from excellent engineering universities from all over Europe. As most of these courses address master students, the IDEAL courses allow widening the scope of the offer to PhD candidates, too.

In conclusion, despite of the challenges of the last two years, the IDEAL partners made a success of the project, thanks to their determination and professionalism. Even though the duration of the project is over now, they will keep in touch to ensure that PhD students can benefit from the training sessions and the MOOC. The feedback of the participating students has been heard: Soft skills are highly important for the training of doctoral students, and the IDEAL partners stay determined to propose high quality education for their young researchers.

 

European partners: UPM (Spain), POLIMI (Italy), University of Lisbon/IST (Portugal), ITU (Turkey),

ParisTech partners: AgroParisTech, Arts et Métiers, Chimie ParisTech, Mines Paris PSL and ENSTA Paris, Télécom Paris

Project period: 1st September of 2019 to 31st of August 2022

For more information on the IDEAL project please visit our website.

For more information on the ATHENS network please visit our website.

 

 

The ATHENS network holds its general assembly in Bucharest in June 2022

After almost three years, the coordinators of the ATHENS network could finally hold their General Meeting on-site again. This year, they followed the invitation of Mr. Mihnea Cosmin Costoiu, the rector of the University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest (UPB), to reunite in order to discuss about organizational matters, and the implementation of Blended Intensive Programmes in the ATHENS offer.

 

No less than 20 local coordinators from all over Europe came to Bucharest: From Lisbon and Vienna, from Budapest and Leuven. Mrs. Luciana Mihai, Director of International Relations, and Prof. Mihai Ghinea, Associate Professor and UPB’s local coordinator, welcomed the ATHENS partners. The University POLITEHNICA is the youngest member of the ATHENS programme; they joined the network in 2018. Therefore, it has been the first General Meeting that took place in Romania.

The participants shared the results of the last ATHENS week, which took place in the middle of March. In total, more than 850 students participated in this session, which is a clear proof of the unbroken interest in mobility in Higher Education, despite the challenging situation. The feedback of the students has been positive without exception: They benefitted from the high quality course provided by the ATHENS partners, enjoyed their stay in another European city, and met students from all over Europe (and beyond).

Another focal point of the meeting was the organization of the next ATHENS session in November 2022. All partners emphasized their intention to hold the courses on-site. However, if needed, every institution is ready to provide again online solutions, so that the students can still follow the courses, even in the unlikely event that they cannot travel.

After two years of pandemic and the arrival of some new ATHENS coordinators, the ATHENS partners decided to extend the next General Meeting that is taking place in December in Paris in order to exchange about how the ATHENS week is organized at their respective institutions. The objective is to share best practices, and to get to know more about the other partners. The participants also raised a need for more communication material of the ATHENS programme, and to spread the news about it benefits for both the students and the institutions. Therefore, they agreed on organizing a dissemination event next year.

Finally, the discussion turned to the implementation of a new and innovative type of course in the teaching offer of the ATHENS network: the Blended Intensive Programme (BIP). A BIP is a new learning activity proposed in the framework of Erasmus+ programme. The novelty lies in the combination of a physical mobility with a virtual part, where the participants actively collaborate with each other. This format makes it possible to extend the excellent teaching offer of the ATHENS network, and to participate in the Erasmus+ programme. The Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU) will propose a first BIP at the next ATHENS session in November 2022 by transforming one of their most popular ATHENS courses: Prague Urban Palimpsest. Other partners are as well in the starting block to propose a BIP. For example, the French engineering school Arts et Métiers plans to offer its course Polymers and Composites (Properties and Durability) in March 2023 as a Blended Intensive Programme.

The next day, the ATHENS local coordinators participated in the guided tour of the Palace of Parliament in Bucharest organized by the team of UPB. They left with a lot of new ideas and initiatives in mind, and are looking forward to welcome the ATHENS students on November 12.

International Women in Engineering Day

Today is the ninth International Women in Engineering Day (INWED2022). On this occasion, ParisTech schools are joining forces to highlight seven portraits of female engineering students.

 

A recent study published by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research on "enrollment in engineering programs in 2021-2022" reveals that women are still underrepresented in engineering schools. At the start of the academic year 2021, they made up 29.1% of the enrollment "i.e. 0.4 points more than a year ago and 2.1 points more than five years ago."

Attracting more women in S&T studies, and more particularly in engineering formations, involves promoting existing professions to young girls from secondary school onwards and highlighting the career paths of women engineers in order to arouse vocations and remove barriers for potential candidates who lack confidence in themselves.

Aware of this issue, the ParisTech schools are committed to gender equality by participating in the Cordées de la réussite, which help high school and preparatory school students to progress in science and encourage them to enroll in a scientific program, thus helping to challenge certain social or gendered representations of science. The schools also carry out specific promotional activities (exhibitions, partnerships with dedicated associations) and regularly broadcast testimonials to highlight the wide range of career paths that exist after obtaining an engineering degree.

For the ninth edition of the International Women in Engineering Day (INWED 2022), discover the testimonials of Catherine, Salomé, Mélanie, Clara, Lilia, Fanny and Olympe, female engineering students in ParisTech schools. Seven paths that highlight several access routes to training (preparatory classes, DUT, bachelor's degrees, etc.) and specialties (industrial engineering, mechanical and atomic engineering, robotics, biosourced chemistry, etc.) as well as various professional projects and visions of the engineering profession.

 

Catherine Rouanet joined AgroParisTech in 2006 in Massy (formerly ENSIA Agro-alimentaire) with the intention of specializing in Food Science. After her engineering degree, she pursued a work-study program in R&D at Fleury Michon with an Advanced Master program in Product Engineering at the Cuisine-Industry Interface (IPCI), offered by AgroParisTech in partnership with the Ferrandi School of Gastronomy.

Discover her testimonial

 

Salomé Bergthold, an Arts et Métiers student, is currently in her third year of the Specialized Engineering Program that she joined after a bachelor in technology (Industrial Engineering and Maintenance). She is studying on the Metz campus. She pursues a work-study program and works as a reliability engineer since 2019 at EDF at the Cattenom nuclear power plant.

Discover her testimonial in video

 

Mélanie Daoudi, a student in her final year of the engineering program at Chimie ParisTech - PSL, is currently doing an internship at Hermès. She joined the School in 2019 after obtaining a bachelor degree in chemistry from the University of Cergy-Pontoise, from which she graduated at the top of her class. Committed to sustainable chemistry, she wants to work in the luxury industry.

Discover her testimonial

 

Clara Kowalczyk is in her second year of the engineering program at École des Ponts ParisTech. From building a motorized shoe cabinet to programming an autonomous drone, her training meets her need for discovery and experience. After studying mechanics and robotics at the school, she wants to do a double degree in computer engineering at Polytechnique Montreal and join a Graduate Program in a big company to test different positions and travel the world.

> Discover her testimonial

 

Lilia Bouraoui, a student in engineering, is involved in a double degree program at ESPCI Paris - PSL and at MINES Paris - PSL in atomic engineering. Passionate about the nuclear industry, she completed her first internship in July 2020 in the DIPDE (Division Ingénierie du Parc Nucléaire, de la Déconstruction et de l'Environnement) at EDF, then a second one in the Probabilistic Safety Studies group of the DIPDE. Motivated and full of ambitions, she is now an intern at IRSN in nuclear safety.

Discover her testimonial

 

Fanny Kalifa, in her third year of the engineering program at the Institut d’Optique, is currently doing her internship in the  final year at Dxomark as a technical-sales engineer, a job she hopes to do after her degree. Her project was formalized during her stay at Institut d’Optique, notably with her experience as a Junior-Entrepreneur but also by discussing with SupOp alumni.

Discover her testimonial

 

Olympe Tournier, a student engineer at MINES Paris - PSL, knows that she has wanted to become an engineer since she was 15 years old because society needs scientists to fight global warming, and especially engineers, because they are the ones who transform the world by transforming industry. She would like to explore three main areas: big industrial companies, companies or agencies in environment, and public policies to have a more global vision of environmental issues and global warming.

Discover her testimonial

 

More information about ParisTech actions on gender equality

Sophie Griveau, new EELISA Dean of Studies

Sophie Griveau, who has been acting for a few months, has been confirmed for the position of EELISA Dean of Studies.

 

Sophie Griveau has been confirmed for the position of EELISA Dean of Studies. She is a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry and has been an associate professor in the Grande Ecole Chimie ParisTech-PSL since 2005. She also has extensive research activity and publications in the field of electrochemical microsensors, analytical microsystems, and the development of scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM), among others. Sophie was also appointed Director of Studies (2015-2018) and led the coordination of the CTI (Commission des Titres Ingénieurs, France) accreditation file for the Chimie ParisTech-PSL engineering program. Her extensive experience taking on responsibilities at the pedagogical, collective, and managerial levels, as an interlocutor with students as well as her previous experience with EELISA, has led the committee to the unanimous decision to select her for the position.  The committee also emphasized her strong knowledge of the Engineering education field with experience as the former interim Dean of Studies and her proven capacity to interact and assume a coordinating position in EELISA.

Sophie has had an important role in the celebration of the first in-person EELISA Academic & Scientific Board held at UPM Higher Technical School of Engineers of Telecommunication (June 6-7 2022). She has brought a summary of the discussion topics elaborated by EELISA Work Packages.

In addition to the new EELISA Dean of studies, this meeting has counted on the presence of academics from UPB, ENPC, PSL, and UPM, as well as student representatives from UPB, BME and UPM.

The input of students has been an essential part of both formal and informal meetings.

“This has been a great opportunity to collaboratively analyze the added value of the EELISA credentials and its societal impact, as well as to explore ways for the implementation of the joint EELISA catalog and the EELISA disciplinary broadening workshops.”, said Sophie.

Newsletter 13: support for international  students at ParisTech

Interview with Charlotte Audéoud, Head of the international student welcome programme run by the Student Union at ESPCI Paris  PSL and Gustavo de Lima Olivo, brazilian student on a double degree programme with AgroParisTech and the University of São Paulo

 

You’re in charge of the international student welcome programme run by the Student Union at ESPCI Paris – PSL. What does that involve?

CA : When international students arrive in France, I help them with their paperwork and admin and invite them to attend a training session about studying at ESPCI – and at ParisTech in general – because the system is usually quite different to that of their home university. These aspects are often a source of stress for international students. I also manage our induction programme, which helps make the students feel welcome. We organise events like dinners, film nights and sightseeing trips around Paris. I also share information from the Facebook group for each intake, because there’s a lot of information and it’s easy to miss things. I try to highlight the most important events so students can attend those. Lastly, I run a buddy scheme whereby I match international students with one of our French students, so they have someone to reach out to as soon as they arrive. Overall, one of my most important tasks is to listen and build friendships with our international students.


What support did you receive when joining AgroParisTech?

GLO : The school’s support staff helped me find accommodation and deal with all the paperwork.That made coming to France much easier! I also did a training course on intercultural communication to learn about cultural codes in France. Then it was time to join the school and meet the other students. When I arrived, like other international students, I was assisted by AgroParisTech’s student welcome association. They pair up international students with French second-year student volunteers to show us around the city, familiarise us with France and its education system, and organise outings. The academic staff at the school also help make sure international students feel welcome, for example by getting the French students to include us in their working groups.

 

What does your school do to help international students settle in, and what do you think could be improved?

CA: The school offers conversation classes to give international students the chance to talk with French students, who can correct their mistakes. They already do a French as a foreign language class, which covers grammar, verb conjugations, tenses and so on. But often what they really need is to be able to talk about day-today situations, and have someone correct any minor slips. The school also offers extra academic tutoring in some subjects, allowing students to go over certain maths or physics topics more slowly, in a small-group setting. As well as having a student buddy from the school, it would be great if international students could be matched up with a lecturer or researcher or even a former student who could offer more practical help, for instance with administrative procedures.

 

How do you feel about your induction experience?

GLO : The administrative and academic aspects were all handled relatively well. However, not all French students are aware of the needs of international students. Many don’t realise the challenges involved in coming to France, speaking a new language, learning how a different education system works and so on. It would be a good idea for French students to do some training to learn more about the other cultures represented in the student community. It would help us understand one another better. I was lucky as I had a buddy who really supported me, but I know it wasn’t the same for everyone. Out of around ten students who took part in the buddy scheme, only two or three felt their buddies really helped them settle in. I think clearer rules need to be drawn up for the buddy scheme, and that the student volunteers need to be made more aware of what international students need. The AgroParisTech student welcome association is made up solely of French students, which sometimes makes it hard for them to understand the needs of international students. We’re already talking to them about that.

 

In your opinion, what makes for a successful induction experience?

CA : Everyone involved has to be prepared as best possible. In terms of student life, our French students don’t always understand how best to welcome international students, so that’s one point we definitely need to think about. Our French students can make a real difference in helping international students settle in and feel welcome. It’s an opportunity for students to build true, long-lasting friendships too. Those in charge of student welcome activities also need to be attentive. Cultural codes differ greatly between countries. By talking to Brazilian and Colombian students about student nights, I learned that in those cultures it’s normal to have to insist when inviting someone to an event. You need to ask them more than once and remind them several times, including the day before. If you don’t, they may assume it wasn’t a genuine invitation. Chinese students on the other hand tend not to enjoy big student parties. They prefer sit-down dinners. We have to adapt our communication techniques to the culture of the students we’re trying to reach. We need more people on-board so we can organise more events focused on different cultures, so that international students have somewhere to talk about their experiences. The clubs at Chimie ParisTech – PSL and AgroParisTech are a good source of inspiration.

 

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Newsletter 13: interview with Marie-Ségolène Naudin, delegate for Diversity & Teaching at ParisTech

Interview with Marie-Ségolène Naudin, delegate for Diversity & Teaching at ParisTech

A special workshop on the theme of “Internationalisation & Diversity” was held on 31st March this year to encourage reflection on how international students are supported. The event brought together French and international students, academic and administrative staff, and others involved in education, internationalisation and diversity initiatives at the ParisTech schools. Representatives from the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation (MESRI), the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs, and the Conference of Deans of French Schools of Engineering (CDEFI) also attended

 

What were the aims of the workshop?

The idea was to provide a space for discussion where everyone involved – at all levels – could talk about how international students are welcomed and supported at the ParisTech schools and share their understanding of our approach to diversity. We wanted to compare and contrast different operational and strategic visions. The aim wasn’t to provide instant, ready-made answers, but to raise awareness by sharing experience. The ParisTech schools share a common culture, but can nonetheless feel alone when it comes to dealing with these issues, so sharing best practices was a big help.

 

What key points emerged from the discussions? What did you learn about supporting international students at the ParisTech schools?

Lots of interesting points were raised. Participants gleaned some useful takeaways from the strategies implemented by the government ministries, and the experts present were very interested to hear about the experiences of those “on the ground”. The three groups – government representatives, school staff and students – usually operate in their own circles and don’t necessarily know what’s being done elsewhere. The workshop broke down those barriers and allowed the different stakeholders to discuss this important topic in a way that hadn’t been possible before. Several very concrete issues were identified. For international students it was a unique occasion to tell decision-makers about the problems they face so that these could be addressed at a more macro level and so solutions could be implemented. For example, most international students who arrive in France aren’t prepared for culture shock. They don’t necessarily realise that mindsets and behaviours that are normal in their home country aren’t shared by other cultures. They arrive in France midway through their studies, and find that friendship groups are already formed, that the French used by their peers isn’t the French they learned in the classroom, and that teaching methods are very different. In recognition of this, several schools are organising intercultural awareness sessions for both French and international students, to raise awareness of cultural differences.

 

What do the ParisTech commissions have planned on these topics?

Over the next few months, we’re planning to talk to international students directly by sending out an anonymous questionnaire to find out about their experience and needs, and get as broad an understanding as possible of the issues international students face when arriving in France and joining one of the ParisTech schools. The Teaching and Diversity commissions want to encourage the schools to set up new initiatives. For example, those that don’t already have one could create an international club or student association to help international students get involved in social activities at their schools. We’ve also just published a list of the different kinds of assistance available to international students at each school.

 

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Renata Nohra Chaar Pradelle, Project Management Advisor at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio)

Diplôme d’ingénieur, Chimie ParisTech – PSL (2012) + Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (2013)

Master degree (research), Chimie ParisTech – PSL (2012)

 

 

Can you introduce yourself?

I am Renata Nohra Chaar Pradelle. I am Brazilian and I studied at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. In France, I studied in one school of ParisTech: Chimie ParisTech. So, I obtained my engineering degree, the so called « diplôme d’ingénieur », and a master degree in research in 2012. For now, I work as project management advisor at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio) in Brazil.

 

Could you introduce your current position and company?

The Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro is a catholic university located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

The university was founded in 1940; it received the title of Pontifical University by a degree of the Jesus Congregation of January 20, 1947.

PUC-Rio has about 15 000 students. It is internationally recognized as one of the five most important universities in Brazil and one of the best in Rio de Janeiro in the domain of law, engineering, psychology, economics and international affairs.

 

What do you do in your current position?

I work for the Technology Institute of PUC-Rio in project management, performing activities such as resources management, reporting, budget control, supervision of timeline and quality control etc. We have projects in energy field, particularly on energy efficiency, reduction of pollutants emission, use of renewable energy, etc.

 

Why did you choose to study in a ParisTech school to become an engineer?

I was studying to become a chemical engineer in Brazil when the double degree selection process with ParisTech schools in the second and the third year started. I chose to study at Chimie ParisTech because of its reputation. Besides, it is one of the engineering and management schools in Paris, in a privileged location in the capital of the country, with a fame to welcome foreign students and the subjects were aligned to my personal wishes. The engineering degree has a real plus.

 

What does being a ParisTech engineer mean for you?

The certainty of having a diploma recognized worldwide. ParisTech engineering degree opens doors to the best opportunities for my personal and professional projects.

 

What did you like during your studies at Chimie ParisTech?

What I liked the most during my study at Chimie ParisTech was the high quality of the teaching. I was able to discover topics in a perspective that I had never thought of.

 

Could you define in 3 words what is a ParisTech engineer?

Innovative, capable to question the frontiers of knowledge, adaptable.

 

What does studying engineering at Chimie ParisTech bring you?

I will not even speak about the indisputable quality of the academic education in the development of my career. I would rather talk about the major skills I developed during my stay in a ParisTech school, which is helpful in my professional life : emotional management, flexibility, compromise, resilience, respect, tolerance, and versatility.

 

What would you say to an international student who hesitates to come to a ParisTech school?

Don’t hesitate to embark on the best experience of your life! You will not regret it! I know the fears very well: to live far away from family and friends, the cost of linving in one of the most expensive cities in the world, courses in a language that you do not always master 100%, etc. Life in Paris can be tough, especially at first, but the experience is wonderful and totally worth it.

 

 

ParisTech launches its 2022 recruitment campaign extended to the whole world

The 7 ParisTech schools are launching their 2022 international student recruitment campaign. After opening the program in Asia, ParisTech has decided to give students from all continents the opportunity to apply to enter the second year of the engineering program.

 

The beginning of spring coincides each year with the preparation of the recruitment campaign for international students in ParisTech schools. Indeed each year, the ParisTech schools - AgroParisTech, Arts et Métiers, Chimie ParisTech - PSL, École des Ponts ParisTech, ESPCI Paris - PSL, Institut d'Optique, Mines Paris - PSL - recruit dozens of international students who enter the second year of the engineering cycle.


The graduate engineering schools, which support major French companies in their international development, have long been training many international students. The member schools of the ParisTech network have organized themselves to recruit students in emerging countries, first in China since 2000, then in Brazil, Russia, Colombia and Argentina.


In 2021, the schools have opened the ParisTech International Admission Program to bachelor students in several new regions and countries in Asia. In 2022, the schools are opening the program to bachelor students from all over the world in order to diversify the profile of the international students they welcome and give students from all continents the opportunity to study engineering in the French way and start an international career. Students from ParisTech partner universities - except from Russian universities, in accordance with government instructions - have the opportunity to enter a double degree program; Russian students will be able to apply as individuals.

Capitalizing on the digital experience of the last two years, ParisTech schools are launching a digital promotion campaign again this year, particularly in countries where ParisTech has partner universities, but also more widely. This campaign will take place on social networks and webinars are organised. But the schools are also returning to their partner countries, starting with Brazil and Argentina. It is important to renew partnerships after two years of forced absence. The delegation of schools will hold information meetings with interested students and will meet with the faculties and departments of science and engineering of the universities visited.

ParisTech traditionally opens the application platform on June 1. International students must submit their applications by September 21 at the latest. Then comes the admission process itself with an online scientific test, an interview, and even scientific interviews. More and more international students are expected to enter the schools in September 2023.

 

AGENDA

 

April 28, 2022, Tsinghua University (China) : Webinar organized by Campus France with participation of ParisTech. Register here.

 

May 6, 2022, 10:00 – 11:30 (Bogota time) : Webinar for students in Colombia (Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Universidad EIA, PUC Javeriana). Register here 

 

May 17, 2022, 14:00 – 16:00 (Paris time) : Webinar for all students worldwide with participation of all ParisTech schools. Register here.

                             1. ParisTech : Introduction (Marie-Christine Bert)                                 14:00

                             2. Studying engineering at ParisTech schools (MarieChristine Bert)

                             3. ParisTech International Admission Program (Ricardo Lobo)             14:15
                             4. Questions & Answers Session                                                                                  

                             5. ParisTech graduate engineering schools                                           15:00
                                       a. AgroParisTech (Christophe Sodore, Aliénor Jeanne)
                                       b. Arts et Métiers (Daniela Stelmaszyk)
                                       c. Chimie ParisTech – PSL (Fethi Bedioui)
                                       d. Ecole des Ponts ParisTech (Marie-Christine Bert)
                                       e. ESPCI Paris – PSL (Ricardo Lobo)
                                       f. Institut d’Optique (Pierre Baladi)
                                       g. Mines Paris – PSL (Mayra Agudelo)
                            6. Questions & Answers Session

June 2022, Indonesia : Participation of ParisTech in the event « Choose France Education Fair Indonesia 2022 » organized by Campus France Indonesia. Stay tuned!

June 2022, Argentina : Meetings with a delegation of ParisTech’s schools at Universidad Buenos Aires, Universidad Nacional de Cordoba and Universidad Nacional del Litoral

Tomates

Food plays an essential role in our lives and food engineering is necessary for the improvement of products and the development of innovative processes.

 

AgroParisTech in particular offers advanced training in this field, either on its own or within European networks, and thus trains students to work in the agri-food industry or in sustainable agriculture. Food safety and security are essential in these master degrees, as well as the link between food and health.

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