2 Understanding the French system Scientific "Baccalauréat" A-LevelIUT (2 y)Technician degreeUniversity (3-5-8 y)Bachelor (3 y)Master (5 y)PhD (8 y)Scientific prepa (2 y)INSA LyonGrandes Ecoles (3y)Engineer DegreeFrench Engineering "Grandes Ecoles"(University of Sciences & Technology)Very hard selectionHigh scientific background+ practical skills + human & management skills
3 INSA-Lyon: a school of excellence Founded in 1957by Capelle, Rector of the educational district of Lyon
4 INSA-Lyon: a school of excellence Situated on the Doua Science and Technology park INSA Lyon is part of a nation wide networkof 5 schools(Lyon, Rennes, Rouen, Strasbourg,Toulouse) which confers nearly10% of all French engineering diplomas.
5 INSA-Lyon: a school of excellence In 2001 INSA-Lyon celebrated its40th graduationthat is more than qualified engineering graduates from INSA.
6 INSA-Lyon: a school of excellence In the year , INSA’s outstanding level of performance was acknowleged in4 prestigious publications:- Voted top 5-year French engineering schoolby “L’Etudiant” magazine- Ranked in the top 10 French engineering schoolsby “Le Nouvel Economiste” magazine- Ranked 2nd among French engineering schools interms of Research and Development turnover (more than 1,050 industrial contracts with a total turnoverof more than 15.3 Million Euros) by the monthly“Industries et Technologies” magazine- Ranked 4th among Europe’s non-university institutionsfor the number of Socrates exchange programmeby the National Socrates-Leonardo agency.
7 A 5-year programmeINSA-Lyon trains highly qualified engineers over a period of five years (1st and 2nd cycles) and doctoral students in a 3rd cycle.• A multidisciplinary schoolOver 800 qualified engineers per year in 10 different specialised fields• Open to the professional world- In-company work placements throughout the course of study- Projects in partnership with industry- Extensive research activity
8 A 5-year programme• Multi-skilled training integrating Science, Technology, Art, Culture and Management- a Humanities Department- an “Engineer-Entrepreneur” section- Art Studies sections (music, dance, theatre, plastic arts)- A High-Level Sports section- Numerous student clubs and associations
9 Equivalent to a Masters A 5-year programme22 Doctoral programmes offered5 specialised Master’s courses• Management of the Environment • Computer Science • Internet Engineering • Technical Director of Live Shows• Industrial EngineeringPROFESSIONNAL LIFEPHD5 Advanced Masters1 Yearpost-graduateCourseENGINNEERING DEGREEEquivalent to a Masters10 Specialized engineering fields• Bioengineering • Civil Engineering and Urban Development• Electrical Engineering • Energetics and Environmental Engineering• Mechanical Engineering -Manufacturing • Mechanical Engineering-Development • Materials Science Engineering • Industrial Engineering • Computer Science • Telecommunication54Entrance at Bachelor level foreign students32nd CYCLE 3 YEARGraduate Level211st CYCLE 2 YEARUNGRADUATE LEVEL INCLUDING3 INTERNATIONAL SECTIONSASINSA, EURINSA AND AMERINSASCIENCE-BASEDA ’-LEVELS
10 A dynamic international policy • More than 180 partneruniversities throughout the world• Very high mobility rates forengineering students with70% spending time abroad• Increasing numbers offoreign students on campus:- 72 different nationalities present- 21% of all students are foreign
11 A dynamic international policy • International Sections:EURINSA, ASINSA, AMERINSA• Teaching availablein 10 languages• Possibility of completingthe 1st cycle in Germany or Spain• Specialist linguistic groups
12 A centre for research and socio-economic development 29 research laboratories- 575 research faculty and permanent researchers- 240 postgraduate students of which 94are engineering students- 450 doctoral students- 130 theses defended each yearpublications andinternational correspondence
13 A centre for research and socio-economic development INSAVALOR: a subsidiary encouraging industrial application of research(1,050 industrial contracts worth more than 15.3 Million Euros in turnover per year) and a centre for industry and innovation which works with 25 companies.October 2002 :INSA was ranked 2nd among French engineering schools in terms of Research and Development turnover by the monthly magazine ‘Industries et Technologies’.
14 A centre for research and socio-economic development Technological research focused on engineering sciences:• Materials : Functional Materials, Structural Materials,Civil Engineering, Metals, Ceramics, Polymers• Mechanics : Solid Mechanics, Structural Mechanics,Tribology, Vibrations-acoustics• Energy and the Environment: Systems Security, Clean WorkingPractices, Waste Management and Purification, Thermic Energy, Urban Engineering,Management, Communication Engineering and Epistemology of Engineering Sciences• Science and Technology of Communicationand Information: Electronic Components and Systems, Computer Science,Robotics, Micro and Nanotechnologies, Telecommunications, Data Processing• Biology and Health: Health Care Engineering, Biotechnology,Biochemistry and Pharmacology, Interaction Biology, Bimolecular Synthesis, Ethics
15 Continuous training with INSACAST INSACAST has forty years of expertise in running adult education courses. INSACAST trains 2,500 people per year through more than 350 programs. (Annual turnover is more than 3m euros).• INSACAST offers a wide variety of courses :• 300 short tailor-made internships.• 15 certified programs to meet the needs of industry.• 15 diploma courses according to demand.• These recognized courses cited above comprise :• Training INSA engineers (post DUT level), in Mechanical Engineering,Electrical Engineering and Civil and Urban Engineering.• Access to the engineering qualification DPI.• Masters’ courses specialized in Computing, Internet Engineering, Environment Management,Industrial Engineering and Performing Arts Management.• Specialized certificates.• As part of its range of courses, INSACAST also offers :• Distance-learning modules (including one master’s).• One-to-one coaching.• An approach to teaching based on engineering practice and pedagogical methods.• The possibility of running à la carte courses.
16 INSA-Lyon: all the facilities of a town on a campus A tradition of quality and excellence focusing on:• Residence facilities- 3,200 beds/1,000,000 meals per year- 4 restaurant options- 80% of students from outside the Lyon area- 80% of accommodation facilities renovated with the helpof the local housing office• Active student life: associations, sports and social clubs- A large students building run by thestudents union since 1997 which co-ordinatesaround 100 student clubs and associations- 2,500 students (60% of all participants)make use of these facilities
17 INSA-Lyon: all the facilities of a town on a campus • Clubs by theme:• Student association highlights:• “The INSA 24 Hours”- a large cycle race attracting over 15,000 visitors• FORUM ORGANISATION – an exposition with the participation of over 200 companies• ETIC – a student-run company, regularly ranked first among junior companiesat a national level• The Humanitarian carnival – a week of solidarity events
18 INSA-Lyon: all the facilities of a town on a campus Sport: an integral part of the study programme- A highly active sports section, present in the majorityof French university championship finals- A High-Level Sports-study section- Participation of INSA students in the Olympic Games• Well organised cultural activities encouraging strong links with the town and local area:- an active cultural service- Combined art-study sections:• Music/Science Studies• Dance/Science Studies• Theater/Science Studies• Plastic arts/Science Studies- "La Rotonde des Humanités"A cultural centre with 400 seats/20,000 spectators per year.
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