Period 1 - S5, S6 et S7

Discovering yourself + founding + experimenting

During this first part of the course, you forge your engineering culture, at the same time as you enter a phase of personal exploration.

During the first 2 semesters, students are required to study basic sciences, together with international languages and civilization, and social sciences. They will learn how to resolve complex problems (i.e. through a transversal project), spend time in an industrial or business company (internship), and take their first optional courses. 

Finally, students will develop skills appropriate for their personal and professional objectives.

Semesters 5 et 6

The promotion is divided in two and the lessons are followed in an indifferent order in S5 or S6.

➔ Basic sciences, specialities sciences and engineering sciences

Mechanics, Informatics, chemistry, process engineering, physics, waves and signal, mathematics, Eco-management

➔ "Train'Ing" Week

These weeks are placed under the sign of the learning by the action, and the setting in situation. They cover scientific activities and practical work in the platforms and laboratories and in the form of so-called "Opening" days, days of conferences, exhibitions, interaction with industrial partners, but also activities to develop managerial skills. Individualized support activities for students and the creation and strengthening of the network are offered.

➔ Sports and artistic activities

➔ International languages ​​and cultures

Sports

Sports, leisure activities or competition contribute to the interior balance of the students.
They develop a sense of initiative and a sense of mutual respect. Sports are organized in liaison with the « Bureau des Sports » and the organizations bound by convention to our school.
Each week, half a day is reserved for this practice.

Complementary activities

  • Conferences
  • Meetings and company visits
  • Laboratory work Individual or team projects

Semester 7

The semester 7 (Fall Semester)

This first semester makes it possible to complete and deepen the knowledge acquired in the first year. A choice of electives is proposed in a list covering all disciplines of the common core.
These courses allow the student: openings in particular areas of his choice, a consolidation of the achievements of the Common Core in the areas that attract him, a construction of his personal and professional project (possibility to complete his training in areas he does not wish to go further). 

The teachings are available in:

➔ Basic sciences, specialties sciences and engineering sciencesElectronics and automatic

Social science
Deepening (1 of the 3 choices): Maths-Info, Chemistry-Process Engineering, Physics-Mechanics 

➔ Elective modules

3 optional options of 36 hours each in a list of disciplines of the common core (the rule of choice guarantees the generalist nature of the training).

➔ The times "Train'Ing"

Practical activities or project workshops, serious game, or scientific openness

➔ The project

Project "Innovation"

➔ International languages ​​and cultures

(About 10% of lessons) 

➔ Sports and artistic activities

 

Elective modules

1 module of your choice in each menu

Menu 1

Menu 2

Menu 3

  • Analysis and optical imaging of continuous media
  • Mathematical analysis
  • Applied mechanics - Structures, aerodynamics and mechanics of flight
  • Biochemistry
  • Macroeconomics and Economic Policy
  • Materials
  • Object-oriented programming
  • Sociology of organization
  • State feedback and observer-based control
  • Telecommunications
  • Heat transfer
  • Analysis and treatment of biomedical signals
  • Digital dependence
  • General culture
  • Electrical energy
  • Challenges for modern chemistry
  • Energy & environment
  • Artificial intelligence and games
  • Interactions with ionising matter
  • The structure of light: Basics and applications
  • Thermomechanics of continuous media
  • Advanced signal processing
  • Further signal treatment
  • Sensors in instrumentation
  • Dynamics of continuous media
  • Hyperfrequencies and radiofrequencies
  • Theoretical Computer Science
  • Semi-conductor materials, properties and applications
  • Microcontrollers and their environment
  • Economic philosophy
  • RID (research, identify, distinguish)
  • Strategy and Industrial Organization
  • Biosystems and Engineering
  • Hyperbolic systems, theory and applications