Our brand name
ParisTech is an alliance of the most prestigious Schools:
- Arts et Métiers
- Chimie ParisTech - PSL
- École des Ponts ParisTech
- ESPCI Paris - PSL
- Institut d'Optique Graduate School
- Mines Paris - PSL
It is working to develop joint educational, research, and innovation projects in the fields of science, technology and management.
The complementary nature of the areas of excellence of the ParisTech Grandes Écoles provides students, researchers, and all partners with an outstanding pool which allows for a unique transdisciplinarity.
The ParisTech activities are based on three main areas:
the promotion of education based on the French Grande École model in France and abroad
multi-disciplinarity in education and research for the benefit of business
increasing commitment to promote diversity
solidarity: class sizes are kept intentionally small to allow students to interact closely together and with teaching staff, both during and after their studies.
ParisTech has gained strong public recognition over the years, due to its close ties with major foreign universities and its many partnerships with international companies. The Grandes Écoles can benefit from international recognition through the ParisTech brand name.
A formative and unifying impact
ParisTech’s best successes include:
the doubling of foreign student recruitment
the institution of common chairs and the ability to raise funds
the "engineer-manager" dual-degree agreements
the Villebon-Georges Charpak Institute
the Institute of Sustainable Mobility
3 campuses in China, including the École d'ingénieurs ParisTech Shanghai Jiao Tong
Did you know that?
Several of the ParisTech Grandes Écoles were founded at the beginning of the 18th century with the aim of training the technical managers and military officers of the great state bodies (Army, Mines, Civil Engineering, etc.)