ESME-Sudria

The Ecole Spéciale de Mécanique et d'Electricité (English: Special School of Mechanics and Electricity), called ESME Sudria is a private engineering school in France that was founded in 1905.[2] It is part of the IONIS Education Group.[3]

ESME-Sudria
ex-École Spéciale de Mécanique et d'Électricité
MottoEcole d'ingénieurs de tous les possibles
Motto in English
For more than a century, the ESME-Sudria has been training engineers in the fields of Energy, Electronics, Telecommunications, Mathematics and Computer Engineering
TypePrivate Science & Engineering School (Grande Ecole)
Established1905 by Joachim Sudria
PresidentMarc Sellam
DeanVéronique Bonnet
Students1500
Undergraduates1250
Postgraduates250
Location, ,
CampusIvry-sur-Seine, Montparnasse, Bordeaux, Lille and Lyon
AffiliationsIONIS Education Group, Concours Advance, Elles Bougent, CDEFI, ASTech, CGE, Medicen, UGEI
Websiteesme.fr

Founded in 1905 by Joachim Sudria and certified by the State since 1922, the diploma is signed by the French Education Ministry and authorized by the "Commission des titres d'ingénieur". The ESME-Sudria is also member of the "Conférence des Grandes Ecoles"[4] and of the Union of Independent Grandes Écoles.[5] Students & Graduates of the school are called the Sussus.

The school is graduating students at different levels:

Since 2006, the school is part of the IONIS Institute of Technology from IONIS Education Group.[6]

In 2014, the university will open a new campus in Beijing and a Mastère en sciences course in partnership with the Beijing Institute of Petrochemical Technology.[7]

Dean history

List of ESME-Sudria directors
Name Years
Joachim Sudria 1905 - 1950
Pierre Doceul 1950 - 1980
Jean Doceul 1980 - 2003
Hervé Laborne[8] 2003 - 2011
Roger Ceschi 2011 - 2014
Eric Simon 2014 - 2015
Véronique Bonnet Since 2015

Alumni

References

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