2 Degrees in engineering First year: Consolidation of scientific knowledge and opening seminars Immersion course: degrees begin with 4 weeks in a company working on the shopfloor Scientific internship: the whole year group spends 3 months (April-July) in public or private research centres, 61% of them abroad Masters programme: Year 2: choice of a faculty department: Civil and structural engineering City, environment, transport Mechanical engineering and materials science Industrial engineering Economics, management, finance Applied mathematics and computer science Second-year internship: Between the 2 nd and 3 rd years, 77% of the year group a long internship (1 year), 30% of them abroad The other students undertake a short summer internship (2 months), 20% of them abroad Year 3: End of Course Project (PFE): For at least 4 months, students apply the skills acquired during their course to a scientific or technical problem, in a company or research facility. Job sectors 2013 survey of graduates in 2012 (excluding public service personnel): Innovation Research 4% Telecommunications IT 4% Commerce Marketing Distribution Art/Culture 3% Other 4% Transport Environment Public Service 3% Public sector 3% Construction 20% Industry 22% Average starting salary: 42.1K and 46.7K with bonuses and extras Public Works engineering (excl. Construction) 11% Consultancy Banking Insurance Finance 26% FACULTY STAFF 1249 part-time teachers (excluding the 11 permanent language teachers), comprising: 166 teachers for the engineering course modules (excluding languages and sport) 154 teachers in charge of specialist training modules (Masters, research Masters), including 40 cross-faculty staff 77 École nationale des ponts et chaussées professors, 4 assistant professors and 87 lecturers Masters Degrees École des Ponts ParisTech contributes to 4 Masters degrees awarded by ParisTech: ParisTech Masters - Water, Soil and Waste Management with AgroParisTech, Chimie ParisTech, ENSTA ParisTech, ESPCI ParisTech, MINES ParisTech ParisTech/Renault Foundation Masters - Transport and Sustainable Development with École Polytechnique and MINES ParisTech Masters in nuclear energy with Paris-South University, ParisTech, École Centrale Paris, Supélec, INSTN and the support of several industrial firms (EDF, Areva, GDF SUEZ) ParisTech Masters in Mobility and Electric Vehicles with Arts et Métiers ParisTech, MINES ParisTech and ENSTA ParisTech, in partnership with the Renault Foundation Partnership - 2 professional Masters programmes: Environmental Services Management and Engineering with Cergy-Pontoise University, UPEMLV, Veolia Environnement and its training campus Transport System Management and Operation with Casablanca EHTP, Escuela de Ingenieros de Caminos, Canales y Puertos de Barcelone and ENTPE 16 research Masters programmes: Mechanics of Materials and Structures with UPEMLV Materials Science for Sustainable Construction with UPEMLV, École Polytechnique Mechanics of Soils, Rocks and Structures in their Environment with UPEMLV, UPMC, École Centrale Paris and École Polytechnique Materials of the Build Fabric in the Environment with UPEC and Paris Diderot - Paris 7 Mathematics, Vision, Learning with Paris Descartes, Paris Dauphine and ENS Cachan universities, École Polytechnique, Télécom ParisTech, École Centrale Paris and EGIM Numerical Analysis and Partial Differential Equations with UPMC, ENS Paris and École Polytechnique Applied Mathematics in Finance with UPEMLV, UPEC and the University of Évry-Val-d Éssonne Enterprise, Innovation, Society with UPEMLV Project financing - structured finance with Paris West Nanterre La Défense University
3 Public policy and development with EHESS and ENS in partnership with AFD and IRD, J-PAL Europe and CEPREMAP Economic analysis and policy with EHESS, ENSAE ParisTech, ENS Paris, École Polytechnique Economics of sustainable development, the environment and energy with Paris West Nanterre La Défense University, AgroParisTech, EHESS, École Polytechnique, INSTN, MINES ParisTech, IFP School and the University of Bourgogne Transport and mobilities with UPEC and UPEMLV Cities, services, uses with UPEMLV Ocean, atmosphere, climate and spatial observations with UPMC, ENS, École Polytechnique and ENSTA ParisTech Aquatic Systems and Water Management with University of Paris Diderot - Paris 7 and UPEC Specialist Masters degrees 9 jointly accredited specialist Masters programmes: Public Policy for Sustainable Development with AgroParisTech Urban planning and development European civil engineering Engineering of Large Energy Structures with École Centrale Paris Electric Vehicle Engineering with Arts et Métiers ParisTech, ENSTA ParisTech, Mines ParisTech, in partnership with the Renault Foundation and the support of EDF and professional automotive groups Global Supply Chain Design and Optimisation with EPFL and AFT/IFTIM Rail and Urban Transport Systems with ARF, Alstom Transport, Ansaldo STS France, Bombardier, FIF, RATP, RFF, Siemens Transport System, SNCF and SNCF International, the Lille and Paris Écoles centrales, ENTPE, ENSIAME University of Valenciennes and Hainaut Cambrésis and Compiègne Technical University Urban Engineering and Information Technology with EIVP Real Estate, Building and Energy with CSTB and CNFTP PhD programmes The research labs at Ecole des Ponts ParisTech are a training ground for many PhD students. The doctoral schools in which École des Ponts ParisTech has a stake as part of Paris-East University, are essentially: Sciences, engineering and environment ; City, transport, territories ; Mathematics and ICT ; Organisation, markets, institutions. Some labs are also linked with other doctoral schools: the Panthéon- Sorbonne Economics doctoral School, Agriculture, Biology, Environment and Health (ABIES) and Social Sciences at EHESS; or Ile de France Environmental Sciences and the École Polytechnique doctoral School. Enpc mba paris The AMBA accredited ENPC MBA Paris offers 7 course programmes: MBA in International Business MBA in Technology & Entrepreneurship MBA in Enterprise Risk Management Tri-Continent MBA (Paris, Philadelphia, Tokyo and Shanghaï) Executive MBA (weekend course) Doctoral management course for ParisTech (open to PhD students at ParisTech and Paris-East) Initial management course open to engineering students at ParisTech member schools, with two curriculum options: International Management (IM) and Technology and Entrepreneurship (T&E) Paris students can also follow a few courses at ENPC MBA Paris branches in China and Morocco. Degrees awarded 255 engineering degrees 128 masters degrees 73 doctoral theses with PhDs awarded by Paris-East University 135 specialist Masters degrees 145 ENPC MBA Paris Student numbers at the School: engineering students on Masters, including 56 in a double-degree programme PhD researchers, including 321 at Paris-East University and 21 IPEF as of 1 January enrolled in specialist Masters programmes including 23 IEPEF and 42 public service engineers (City of Paris Engineers, military engineers, Public Works Engineers, École Normale Supérieure, National Geographic Institute) MBA des Ponts - 18 on post-examination courses as State Architects and Planners (AUE) In total: 2148 students, 25% female
4 Lifelong learning Ponts Formation Conseil 250 training sessions conducted in France and abroad 6 study days offered 109 specific training operations at the request of companies or public authorities, both French and international 7000 participants (engineers and managers) 1450 speakers (experts and professionals) 59 % interns in competitive sector companies 41 % interns in public authorities IHEDATE (Institute of Advanced Development and Planning Studies in Europe) IHEDATE s annual training programme is supported by Government (DATAR, ministries, Central Secretariat of the Interministerial Committee for Towns), local authority associations (ARF, ADF, AdCF), the City of Paris, private and public firms (Auchan, Caisse des dépôts, Colas, ERDF, Groupe La Poste, RFF, RTE, SMABTP, SNCF) and trade organisations (ASFA, FNTP, USIRF). International relations Europe: 19 double-degree agreements Asie: 5 double-degree agreements Amérique: 5 double-degree agreements Africa and Middle East: 3 double-degree agreements 54 partner universities in 32 countries on 4 continents 32 double-degree agreements with universities in 22 countries 36 partner institutions in 20 European countries under the ERASMUS programme 539 foreign students: 208 engineering students under a double-degree arrangement 25 students on 6-month or 1-year exchanges 76 in Masters degree programmes 36 in MBA programmes (excluding foreign branches) 47 in specialist Masters programmes 148 on PhD programmes 60 engineering students (3 rd year) training abroad Research Research at École des Ponts ParisTech is organised into 11 laboratories, very often shared with other higher education institutions, research bodies and companies. It is driven by 380 permanent researchers, 86 of them in post at the School. In 2012, these researchers published several hundred articles in peer-reviewed international journals: 296 citations in the WoS (as of and around 350 A-ranked WoS citations. École des Ponts ParisTech s research activities are essentially conducted within the framework of Paris-East University s Research and Higher Education Cluster (PRES): Paris-East University: CEREA (Atmospheric Environment Education and Research Centre), École des Ponts ParisTech - EDF R&D (*A) CERMICS (Mathematics and Scientific Calculus Teaching and Research Centre), École des Ponts ParisTech (*A+) CIRED (International Environment and Development Research Centre), École des Ponts ParisTech - EHESS - AgroParisTech - CIRAD - CNRS (UMR) (*A+) LATTS (Techniques, Territories and Societies Laboratory), UPEMLV - École des Ponts ParisTech - CNRS (UMR) (*A) LEESU (Water, Environment, Urban Systems Laboratory), UPEMLV - École des Ponts ParisTech - UPEC AgroParisTech, (*A) LHSV (Laboratoire d Hydraulique Saint-Venant), École des Ponts ParisTech - EDF R&D CETMEF, (*B) LIGM (Gaspard-Monge Computer Science Laboratory), UPEMLV - École des Ponts ParisTech - ESIEE - CNRS (UMR), (*A+) LVMT (City, Mobility, Transport Laboratory), UPEMLV École des Ponts ParisTech - IFSTTAR (*A) Laboratoire Navier (mechanics and physics of materials and structures, geotechnics), École des Ponts ParisTech - IFSTTAR - CNRS (UMR) (*A+) Two of the School s laboratories are situated outside the Paris-East University PRES: PSE (Paris-Jourdan Economics), École des Ponts ParisTech - EHESS - ENS Paris - INRA - CNRS (UMR), as part of the Paris School of Economics Advanced Research Network, (*A+) LMD (Dynamic Meteorology Laboratory), ENS Paris - UPMC - École Polytechnique - École des Ponts ParisTech - CNRS (UMR), (*A+) (*) AERES evaluations in wave D (2009), except for LEESU (wave C, 2008) Next assessment: Wave E (2013)
5 Chairs and partnerships Chair in Materials Sciences for Sustainable Construction Company: Lafarge Duration: 5 years (renewed in 2011) Chair in Financial Risks Companies: The Risk Foundation and its founder Société Générale Academic partners: École Polytechnique, Université Pierre et Marie Curie Foundation: Fondation du Risque Duration: 5 years (renewed in 2012) The Saint-Venant Chair in Fluid Mechanics Applied to Hydraulics and the Environment Company: EDF Duration: 10 years (created in 2008) Chair in Sustainability of energy materials and structures Companies: La Fondation européenne pour les énergies de demain and its founders EDF, GDF SUEZ, GRT Gaz Academic partner: MINES ParisTech Foundations: Fondation des Ponts and FI3M Duration: 5 years (created in 2008) The Chair in Eco-Design of Buildings and Infrastructures Company: Vinci Academic partners: MINES ParisTech and AgroParisTech Foundation: ParisTech Foundation Duration: 5 years (created in 2008) Chair in Forward Modelling for Sustainable Development Companies: EDF, Total, Renault, Schneider Electric, ADEME Academic partner: MINES ParisTech Foundations: Fondation des Ponts and FI3M Duration: 5 years (created in 2008) Chair in CO2 Capture, Transport and storage Companies and local authorities: Air Liquide, EDF, GDF SUEZ, Lafarge, Le Havre municipality, Grand Port du Havre and Total Academic partners: MINES ParisTech, Le Havre University and BRGM Foundation Foundation: FI3M Duration: 5 years (created in 2009) Chair in Socio-Economics and Modelling of Urban Public Passenger Transport Company and local authority: STIF Foundation: Unsponsored Duration: 10 years (created in 2009) Chair in Hydrology for a Resilient City Company: Veolia Duration: 10 years (created in 2010) Chair in Innovative Solutions for a Sustainable and Responsible Habitat» Company: Saint-Gobain Duration: 5 years (created in 2010) Chair in Sustainable and Innovative Building Company: Bouygues Academic partners: École Centrale de Paris, Supélec, CSTB Duration: 5 years (created in 2010) Chair in Transport Infrastructure Management Company: Abertis Academic partner: IFSTTAR Duration: 3 years (created in 2011) City Chair Companies: AFD (French Development Agency), SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT, GDF SUEZ Duration: 5 years (created in 2011) Chair in Reinventing stations in the 21st-century Company: SNCF Gares & Connexions Duration: 5 years (created in 2012) Chair in Rail Transport Sciences Company: Eurotunnel Group Duration: 5 years (created in 2013) The d. thinking Paris partnership Companies: Thales, GDF SUEZ and Panasonic Europe Duration: annual Design thinking programme devised by multidisciplinary and international student teams in partnership with Stanford University and its network. The goal is to create the next generation of products or services for a company.
6 Library, architecture and legacy. A collection of 200,000 documents covering the School s fields of education and research Status as an External Department of the French National Library for civil engineering and construction A specialist document centre located in the heart of the Paris- East University and ParisTech document networks The Lesage Library, an educational resource centre open to all 90,000 L3, Masters and research level documents Seating for 100 people on 2 floors, individual and group workspaces Wi-Fi access, 10 self-service IT terminals 9500 e-books, a Factiva press service (12,000 international press publications) 16,000 internship reports, student dissertations and educational materials 25,000 visitors a year, 5400 registered users, 14,000 documents provided 62,000 hits on the bibliotheque.enpc.fr document portal and the Lesage blog On-site documentary services for researchers 10 libraries located at the heart of the research centres 40,000 research level documents, 350 subscriptions to learned journals 12 scientific, technical and economic databases (Web of Science, Mathscinet, Compendex, Techniques de l Ingénieur, Kompass,...) 10,000 e-periodicals 68,000 articles downloaded annually An open HAL archive containing almost 10,000 scientific publications, 1/3 of them full text An exceptional legacy A historical collection of 80,000 manuscripts and printed documents from the 18th to the 20th centuries A digital library containing more than 500,000 pages or views of digital documents, accessible on Gallica (the French National Library s digital library) and partially on archive.org A mission to preserve and highlight the history of the School: furniture, busts, portraits, medals and objects that bear witness to the history of France s first engineering school 11 stores, more than 1000 metres of shelving with archives dating back to the creation of the School in 1747, 11,300 archive files Presses des ponts Created in 1977, Presses des Ponts provides a catalogue of scientific and technical publications and software applications mainly in the fields of civil engineering, construction and planning. The new editorial policy aims to position Presses des Ponts in all the School s fields of education and research. 9 new works were published this year, including 6 in technical fields: Forages, sondages et essais in situ géotechniques, La physique statistique, Maîtrise de la qualité en construction routière, Projet national ASIRI (inclusions rigides), Procédés d amélioration et de renforcement de sols sous actions sismiques, Gestion des chantiers de TP and 3 works of wider scope, Le débat public: pour quel développement durable, Stereotomy: stone architecture and new research, Le pont et la ville: une histoire d amour planétaire
7 Fondation des ponts This state-approved foundation collects contributions from companies, alumni and friends of the School. In this capacity, it seeks to provide the School with additional resources to further boost its capacity for discovery, innovation and enterprise in the quest to build the world beyond tomorrow. Since 2006, 455 alumni from year groups 1934 to 2013 have made donations. In 2012, 18 companies and organisations contributed to the development of the School s research, educational programmes and innovation: Ademe, Areva, Bouygues Construction, EDF, Eiffage TP, Egis Industries, Eau de Paris, Fondation abertis, Hasso-Platner Institut, Institut de France FEED, Lafarge, Meridiam Infrastructures Advisory Services, Saint-Gobain, Schneider Electric Industries, SNCF - Gares & Connexions, Thalès Angénieux SAS, Total, Veolia Eau, The year 2012 was marked by contributions to: - 9 excellence prizes, 4 of them through academic chairs - 52 subsidies, loans and scholarships for study abroad (including the first scholarship awarded by Fonds Ailleret and 5 under industrial partnerships) - 10 teaching and research Chairs - the publication of a work in memory of Eugène Belgrand begun in 2013 Use of donations(*) in 2012 (Total: 1.5 M) 85.5 %: World ranking research and innovation (Chairs and Programme of the Paris-Est d.school at École des Ponts) 13%: International mobility and social diversity (scholarships, subsidies, loans) 1%: Excellence (prizes) 0.5%: The School s scientific legacy (book publication) (*) net of Ponts Alliance Ponts Alliance, a non-profit Association set up in 1860, brings together the School s 16,000 graduates: civil engineers, state engineers, holders of Masters degrees, PhDs or MBAs. The alumni network organised by Ponts Alliance is present in 86 countries and in all the School s sectors of activity. It is underpinned by 12 geographical groups, 13 professional groups (including 3 jointly with other grandes écoles) and 5 friends clubs. Created by Théodore de Goldschmidt in 1860, and awarded state approval in 1885, Ponts Alliance celebrated its 150th anniversary in Ponts Alliance has set itself five essential tasks: - to form an effective and high-level network both in France and abroad, - to support the professional development of graduates through its careers department and workshops, - to offer a locus for discussion and debate on current events, - to provide special services: graduate directory, job offers, access to the graduate networks of other ParisTech schools, - to contribute to the development, reputation and influence of École des Ponts ParisTech. The School in national. and international rankings QS World University Rankings 2013: The School is ranked 301st out of 700 worldwide institutions in the general ranking. It is also well placed in 101st position in the Engineering Mechanical, Aeronautical & Manufacturing discipline. Ranking by L Étudiant magazine: The School is ranked 4th best in the annual ranking of the 200 major French engineering schools.
8 Staff Staff employed by the institution and its subsidiaries as at 31/12/2012 (excluding part-time teachers and public servants in training): 510, including 200 researchers Subsidiaries: 74 School resources (excluding exceptional operations) To carry out its activities, the School employed of 54.8 million. Lifelong learning 10.6 M MEDDE subsidy for public service costs 30.5 M Sponsorship 2.2 M Research contract 6.5 M Apprenticeship tax 1.1 M Course fees 3.9 M Branch revenues in 2012: Ponts Formation Conseil: MIB Développement: 8.5 million 2.1 million École nationale des ponts et chaussées 6 et 8 avenue Blaise-Pascal Cité Descartes Champs-sur-Marne F Marne-la-Vallée cedex 2 Tél. : +33 (0) Maison des Ponts 15 rue de la Fontaine-au-Roi F Paris Tél. : + 33 (0) Find us on Facebook and Twitter