Networks and institutional partners

CTI (Commission des Titres d'Ingénieur)


CTI (Commission des Titres d'Ingénieur) is an independent body fully involved in the development of the European Higher Education Area, established by French law in 1934.
Its missions are respectively : the evaluation and accreditation of higher education institutions in the fields of engineering, computer science, applied mathematics, project management, etc ; the development of quality in engineering education ; the promotion of engineering curricula and careers in France and abroad. (ie. Germany, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Viet-Nam, others in process...)

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EUR-ACE® is the European quality label for engineering degree programmes at First Cycle (Bachelor) and Second Cycle (Master) level.


Characteristics of the EUR-ACE® label:

  • It encompasses all engineering disciplines and profiles, is internationally recognised and facilitates both academic and professional mobility.
  • It gives international value and recognition to engineering qualifications, and is awarded to programmes which fulfil the programme outcome standards as specified in the EUR-ACE® Framework Standards.
  • It respects the great diversity of engineering education within the European Higher Education Area and,
  • has created a quality system for accredited engineering degree programmes that share common objectives and outlooks.

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CGE: Excellence for a complex world


Created in 1973, the CGE brings together higher education and research institutions in France and abroad which train their graduates with a view towards excellence, in partnership with the business world, economic players and civil society.
Its aim is to foster and coordinate discussions and work on teaching, education and research, in order to improve social well-being and sustainable development.
It represents its members and furthers common interests in national, community and international government.

It maintains and improves relationships between its members in a spirit of openness and solidarity.

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ECAM group


In order to strengthen its global dynamic, ECAM Lyon,ECAM Rennes, ECAM Strasbourg and ECAM-EPMI formed an alliance to set up the ECAM group.

The four schools involved share a common ethic as regards educating generalist engineers for professional careers. While each school has conserved its own identity and its own degrees, the four schools have resolutely committed themselves, through a voluntary and autonomous approach, to developing their complementarily and their synergy, and to thus enrich their shared potential.


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