École Polytechnique, also known as l’X is the most prestigious engineering school in France (l’X is ranked the first French institution.) It was established in 1794 in Paris but in 1976, the school was moved to southwest of Paris. In 1804, Ecole Polytechnique was transformed to a military academy by Napoléon I and given its motto: “Pour la patrie, les sciences et la gloire” (“For the Homeland Science and Glory”) … Read more

ENSTA (École Nationale Supérieure de Techniques Avancées) is a French Grande École in engineering. It is located in Palaiseau of the Paris-Saclay campus, around 30 Km from Paris. It is one of the prestigious engineering institutions in France, and every year about 170 engineers graduate from it. ENSTA ParisTech is a public educational and research establishment, self-governed under the supervision of the Ministry of Defence …Read more

ENSIIE (Ecole Normale Supérieure d’Informatique pour l’Industrie et l’Entreprise) is one of the oldest public institution in France, specializes in computer science. The admission is based on a competitive entrance exam or on qualification. As many other French institution, the engineering degree lasts for 3 years and it provides students with fundamental knowledge, technique and practice required for general IT engineering …Read more

ESPCI (Ecole Supérieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles), founded in 1882, is a major institution for higher education specialized in physics, chemistry and biology. The school provides different education programs, such as undergraduate (engineering degree), master and doctoral studied. Admission to the school is based on a very competitive entrance examination (an exam in common with Ecole Polytechnique and Ecoles Normales Supérieures) or on qualification … Read more