Top 10 of French Engineering Schools
Founded in 1925 and located in Sceaux, Troyes and Montpellier, EPF is one of the best postsecondary School for general engineering sciences.
In 1991, EPF - Graduate School of Engineering - acquired the status of Public Foundation and became co-educational in 1994.
EPF offers to its 2,400 students a year (including 15% of international students) a five-year post-secondary engineering sciences curriculum. First three years consist in a general curriculum. In 4th year, students chose among 8 different majors: Aeronautics & Space, Structures & Materials, Engineering & Health, Engineering & Management, Engineering & Digital technologies, Energy & Environment, Architectural Engineering and Data Engineering.
EPF’s diplomas are accredited by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research and the “Commission des Titres d’Ingénieurs”. EPF is a member of both the “Conférence des Grandes Ecoles” (CGE) and the “Union des Grandes Ecoles Indépendantes” (UGEI). EPF’s curricula favors a faster integration into the job amarket with one of the highest starting salaries amongst post-secondary schools.
More than 12,000 graduated engineers from EPF are spread out within the industry and service sectors.