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École Nationale Supérieure en Génie des Systèmes Industriels (ENSGSI)

The ENSGSI is a French National Engineering School, part of the Université de Lorraine and member of the « Conference des Grandes Écoles de France ». The School was created in 1993 following original research work to develop a professional skills framework in close collaboration with industry. Designed around these professional standards, the undergraduate program (3 or 5 years) aims to train engineers with expertise in conducting complex industrial projects and implementing innovation processes in companies. The permanent link between the school and industry, coupled with a growing number of international partnerships (five double degree programmes and numerous international agreements) enables our graduates to integrate a wide variety of professions in small and medium size enterprises, high-tech companies and multinational groups in France or abroad. The ENSGSI is the first school in France and in Europe to be accredited in Management of Technology by the International Association for Management of Technology (IAMOT) whose goal is to promote and develop excellence in training in the field of management of technology. Bringing together science and creativity, learning by doing and a participative pedagogy in an interdisciplinary context, the ENSGSI programme is focused on innovation engineering. This complex process is defined as the...
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