Graduate School of General Engineering created in 1992, this school trains field engineers with a high scientific, technological and managerial level.
ECAM-EPMI is a Graduate School of General Engineering created in 1992 by four major industrial groups: EDF, Philips, PSA and Schneider. It trains general top-level engineers in three fields with high growth potential: Energy, Industry and Digital Technology. The school is accredited to award graduate and Masters-level engineering degrees by the CTI (French Engineering Degree Commission). The school is part of the prestigious French “Conférence des Grandes Ecoles” and of the CoomUE “Paris Seine”, a Parisian community of university and institutes.
ECAM-EPMI built its educational project directly confronting the needs and requirements of the labour market, thus guaranteeing an exceptional employment rate to all its graduates.
The school issues three degrees:
-General Engineering Degree (student status).
-Specialised Engineering Degree in “Power & Environmental Engineering” (apprentice status).
-Master’s degree in Protection by video and digital remote processing