École nationale supérieure d'ingénieurs de Caen

The École nationale supérieure d'ingénieurs de Caen & Centre de Recherche (ENSICAEN), which translates as National Graduate School of Engineering & Research Center, is one of the French "grandes écoles", whose main purpose is to form chemical, electronical, and Computer science engineers (with a level "bac+5"). It is located on the city of Caen (France) in Normandy.

ENSICAEN
École nationale supérieure d'ingénieurs de Caen
TypePublic engineering school, Grande école
Established1976 (1976)
Budget16,6 M€
DirectorJean-François Hamet
Academic staff
85
Students700
Location,
France
AffiliationsCouperin consortium[1], CGE
Websitewww.ensicaen.fr

Graduate specializations

The school delivers five engineering degrees[2] accredited by the French Commission des titres d'ingénieur:[3]

  • electronics and applied physics
  • computer science
  • chemical engineering
  • industrial engineering
  • mechanical and materials engineering

In general, the obtained degrees are internationally recognized as equivalent to masters of science, for instance in the United States.[4]

References

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