ECAM-EPMI is a Graduate School of General Engineering created by four major industrial groups: EDF, Philips, PSA and Schneider.

Our primary objective is to produce operational engineers with top-level scientific and managerial skills. We offer courses created to reflect the industry’s needs, thanks to our strong tradition of cooperation.
A member of the prestigious French « Conférence des Grandes Ecoles », ECAM-EPMI is accredited to award graduate and Masters-level engineering degrees.

ECAM-EPMI is part of the ECAM network, which brings together four engineering schools covering a large geographic area both in France and abroad. The group boasts over 2,500 students, 6,000 working graduate engineers in France and abroad, 380 lecturers including 120 permanent professors, and 15 teaching and research labs.

The school is also a member of FESIC (Fédération d’écoles supérieures d’ingénieurs et de cadres) which includes 28 management and engineering Grandes Ecoles. Today, it forms the largest network of private French higher education institutions.

FESIC schools are reputed for their high standards in terms of academic excellence, international curriculum, research development, and cooperation with businesses and various higher education institutes.
Our goal is to help students live their dream, develop, achieve their potential and fully assert themselves by promoting their individuality and uncovering their talents.

We do not simply train engineers: we train men and women with enormous potential, who are highly valued by companies for their people skills and professional abilities.
ECAM-EPMI is more than just a graduate engineering school; it is a big family where each individual’s skills contribute to the success of all.