First and foremost, the National School for Water and Environmental Engineering (ENGEES) specialises in hydraulics applied to the environment and trains engineers who are immediately operational in the following areas:
- municipal facilities, including drinking water, sanitation and waste management systems
- sustainable development of local areas
- management of environmental and health risks
- management of public services.
At a time when environmental concerns are a central focus for the management of our communities, ENGEES provides a professional response tailored to the needs of the companies and services that deal with matters involving water and the environment.
A wide range of courses are offered, always structured around the school's area of expertise – water and the environment – so as to respond precisely to students' aspirations and to the diversity of their profiles, as well as to the needs of the market and the expectations of employers.
Backed by 50 years of experience, the school is now a renowned leader in its field.