The ENGEES counts among its academic partners (for student exchanges) 24 universities and engineering schools in 11 countries.
Academic partnerships are built by specifically taking into account the fit between the teaching themes, the interest expressed by students, the sustainability of the collaboration established, and the presence of research activities linked to those of our units.
All destinations are accessible for mobility opportunities of one or two semesters (for non-degree courses) and the ENGEES offers double degree courses with 7 institutions.
Within their UMRs (Unité Mixte de Recherche, joint research units), the school's teaching professors participate in numerous national and transnational research projects. Since 2006, the ENGEES has been involved in the European INTERREG Upper Rhine programme, which is open to partners in France-Germany-Switzerland cross-border research projects.
Projects and commercial development
These agreements concern the ENGEES engineering programme. Currently, agreements have been entered into with the following partners:
UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DEL LITORAL, SANTA FE
Bilateral double degree agreement with the degree in Water Resource Engineering (Environmental Engineering).
UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE SANTA CATARINA, FLORIANOPOLIS
ECOLE DE TECHNOLOGIE SUPERIEURE DE MONTREAL
ETS: Bilateral student exchange agreement with no enrolment fees, with possibility of a double degree.
INSTITUT AGRONOMIQUE ET VETERINAIRE HASSAN II DE RABAT
Bilateral student exchange agreement with no enrolment fees, with possibility of a double degree, (in the direction Morocco to France, subject to selection)
UNIVERSIDAD DE CANTABRIA, SANTANDER:
Double degree with the Masters of the "Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de Caminos, Canales y Puertos" as part of the Erasmus programme
- United Kingdom:
UNIVERSITY OF CRANFIELD:
Double degree agreement with several MSc programmes.
VIETNAM FRANCE UNIVERSITY, Hanoi
Bilateral double degree agreement, as part of the USTH Consortium, with the Master of Water-Environment-Oceanography