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2 «Stimulate students curiosity in the evolution of sciences and techniques, ensure they can understand and even predict these changes» A model of openness firmly focused on the future Both an engineering school and reference centre for research, INSA Lyon is founded on the humanist values which have formed the bedrock of its model for over 50 years. Half a century ahead The INSA Group The INSA Group is made up of five INSA establishments in the regional cities of Lyon, Rennes, Rouen, Strasbourg and Toulouse. The five INSA share a federal structure and a common philosophy whilst each establishment maintains its individual identity based on its own history, origins and economic environment. The INSA Group represents the largest grouping of engineering courses in France, each year almost 10% of all engineering graduates graduate from an INSA establishment. At present, over 62,000 INSA engineers (32,000 from Lyon) form an integral part of the international socio-professional fabric. State establishments of a scientific, cultural and professional nature, under the authority of the Ministry of Higher Education, the INSA are authorised to confer engineering degrees by the French Titles Commission. Created in 1957 by the philosopher Gaston Berger and the Dean Jean Capelle, INSA Lyon is the oldest and largest of the five INSA Group establishments. INSA engineers know how to develop their careers thanks to their excellent adaptability, a pioneering approach to science and technology and genuine social responsibility. These defining characteristics still today reflect the values of its two founders. Creation : ,600 students Creation : ,500 students RENNES TOULOUSE ROUEN From them INSA has inherited its humanist commitment and its model of openness to all differences, origins, cultures and social classes. They also inspired the democratisation of the engineering profession and made sustainable development a central preoccupation, well before this was fashionable. STASBOURG LYON Creation : ,500 students Creation : ,500 students Creation : ,400 students
3 % % >> INSA Lyon in figures (ACADEMIC YEAR 2009/2010) Graduates Almost 1,400 graduates each year Students ,400 students in 2008 (including 4,500 engineering students) International International mobility for 78% of engineering students 30% of foreign students Personnel members of staff (engineers, administrative staff, technical staff, workers) teacher-researchers and researchers PhD students Campus - 134, 000 m 2 total surface area - 11 halls of residence (3,500 beds) - 3 catering facilities (1,000,000 meals a year) student clubs and societies The LyonTech Campus INSA Lyon, a founding member of the Université de Lyon, a key stakeholder in the Lyon Cité Campus project Headed by the Université de Lyon*, and their partner organisations, Lyon Cité Campus is one of the projects selected by the Ministry of Higher Education and Research within the framework of its Opération Campus call for projects. It will result in the creation of modern campuses where higher education establishments, research bodies and private-sector businesses and institutions cohabit. Two sites have been selected, the LyonTech and the Charles Mérieux campuses. INSA Lyon is mainly involved in the Lyon- Tech section of the project and has made a significant contribution to the project dynamic and the development of the campus. *The Université de Lyon is a Centre for Research and Higher Education (PRES) a public-sector establishment for scientific cooperation grouping 19 establishments in Lyon and Saint-Etienne. Home to INSA Lyon, the LyonTech campus is looking to become an international reference in terms of Cleantech, by building on the site s two fields of excellence: Chemistry and Engineering. The cornerstone of the project is the reorganisation of the campus into five scientific zones: Chemistry, Engineering, Biology and Environment, Physics and Nanotechnologies and Information Sciences and Technology. The creation of a Materials Institute, working at the interface of Chemistry and Engineering has consolidated the Rhône-Alpes region s international strategic positioning in this field. This opening-up to the economic sector will be furthered by the creation of an innovation centre, a collaborative project centre, an experimentation building and new structures to house new businesses. The project also seeks to rethink the campuses of the future as living spaces for their users: teachers, researchers, administrative and technical staff and students.
4 > business partnerships Focusing on areas for collaboration which correspond to businesses objectives When a business enters into a partnership with INSA Lyon they obtain full access to our 12 training courses and 20 research laboratories, and benefit both from the support of INSAVALOR, our R&D and lifelong-learning subsidiary, and, under the patronage system, from the expertise of the INSA Lyon Foundation. Average time between graduation and employment: 1.2 months Almost 15% of 2008 graduates found employment abroad. 78% find a job in less than two months Graduate employment figures Starting salary: 33,000 37,000 83% hired on a permenant contract 94% hired at management level 29% hired by VSEs (10%) or SMEs (19%) An educational project based on business realities INSA Lyon has sought from the outset to harmonise its educational programmes with the realities of the business world. Businesses have a hand in developing our courses and updating their content. Through the various work and industrial placements the engineering students undertake throughout their studies, businesses participate in training highpotential future professionals, able to adapt and develop as decision-makers in increasingly complex and multicultural environments. Entrepreneurship: a second nature An Engineering and Enterpreneurship course As a stakeholder in sustainable economic development, INSA Lyon actively encourages entrepreneurship. Created in 2000, the Engineering and Entrepreneurship course encourages students as of their 5th year of studies to understand the specificities of setting up and running a business. This course offers students a six-month training programme during which they learn how to use concrete management, marketing, communication, legal and administrative tools to ensure the success of projects undertaken. Since its launch more than 200 engineers have taken the course leading to 27 businesses being set up or taken over. The model has been exported to Mexico where it is used at two of the country s largest universities, the Mexico National Polytechnic Institute and the Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon de Monterrey. Work placements and professional integration The «Espace Avenir Ingénieurs» offers a range of services to help with professional development: Offers of work placements, graduate jobs, and International Business Volunteer positions... Research into businesses, the engineering profession, work placements, graduate employment, the job market in France and abroad, etc. This resource centre is open to all INSA Lyon s engineering students and staff. Internet gateway:
5 A Foundation devoted to developing INSA Lyon The INSA Lyon Foundation INSA Lyon has the ambition to meet new industrial, technological, scientific and social challenges. The creation of the INSA Lyon foundation in partnership with some of France s largest companies is proof of the quality of the establishment s relationships with its economic partners and its commitment to working with businesses. The foundation itself and the foundation development campaign which aims to raise 15 million euros in five years, mark a new chapter in the history of INSA Lyon with the aim of positioning the establishment as an international reference whilst preserving its traditional values of openness and integration. T h e F o u n d e r s T h e E D F G r o u p, R e n a u l t Tr u c k s, t h e E i f f a g e G r o u p, A C I E S, t h e I N S A d e Ly o n a s s o c i a t i o n o f e n g i n e e r s, I N S A VA L O R, I N S A Ly o n. The foundation has been created for a renewable five-year period and is intended to support the development of INSA Lyon in four main areas: Building the future by integrating training and research for the benefit of engineering students, business and socio-economic stakeholders. Promoting the integration of culture, science and social issues into engineering courses. Welcoming, supporting and integrating diverse populations from a variety of backgrounds and cultures as part of the founding values that make up INSA Lyon s philosophy. Pooling the strengths of the 6 multidisciplinary research units to tackle environmental issues, notably in relation to sustainable building and habitats, to help businesses combine both economic growth and sustainable development. Creating a campus that is attractive in terms of its environmental and architectural features and the services offered to students.
6 > Corporate Social Responsibility Diversity, a priority policy for INSA Lyon Positioned from the outset as a driving force for upward social mobility, INSA Lyon considers diversity as an opportunity to enhance the courses it offers and its students professional and social skills. 1 INSA student in 3 is a woman 1/3 of INSA Lyon s engineering students are female, 8% above the national average for Grandes Ecoles (France s top higher education establishments). This is not just down to chance but is the result of awareness-raising work carried out with qualified partners such as the Win France association, a network of women working in the fields of nuclear power and its applications (energy, space, medecine, art, biology) and the educational program Companieros, which brings together female students and large companies to discuss the concept of the feminine touch in engineering. Social awareness In 2009 INSA Lyon decided to make use of the multidisciplinary competence of a Diversity and Success Centre in order to ensure both social equality and success for its students. The laboratory of excellence is home to a team of researchers working at the interface of human and engineering sciences and aims to pursue innovation along five lines: - encouraging vocations and instilling ambition; - expanding recruitment and broadening social horizons; - encouraging personal development; - guaranteeing quality learning throughout a person s studies; - promoting professional inclusion in liaision with businesses and local authorities. A responsible employer A major stakeholder in the economic life of the region, as an employer INSA Lyon bases its human resources policy on a dynamic approach to social development. A discrimination prevention guide was published in 2008, in partnership with employers in the Rhône-Alpes region. The institute has also launched concrete initiatives to support people in disabling situations whether in terms of recruitment, the accessibility of buildings and work spaces or service provision contracts signed with specific structures for the professional inclusion of people with disabilities.
7 ISO Sustainable development Diversity INSA Lyon controls its environmental footprint Researchers providing concrete solutions to environmental protection issues, the integration of corporate social responsibility concepts into the curriculum, the extensive mobilisation of students and staff in order to raise awareness amongst different groups of people within the establishment and the promotion of responsible actions INSA Lyon has just passed its second ISO renewal audit with flying colours. This is the result of the establishment s continued and collective commitment to exemplarity. It also demonstrates the success of the catalysing role played by the sustainable development ambassadors. This original network was set up by the student association Objectif 21 and then extended to staff members, with the aim of spreading and promoting the institute s awareness-raising and prevention actions. Welcoming the disabled Welcoming, supporting and ensuring the professional inclusion of disabled people is a key concern for all INSA Lyon staff members and students. In 2008, the institute allocated 560k to refitting buildings and providing educational support. The school s internet and intranet sites meet the W3C / WAI (World Wide Web Consortium / Web Accessibility Initiative) accessibility standards and thereby fully meet the requirements for public sites as set out in French legislation. Admissions: A variety of channels First-year admissions are the perfect illustration of an establishment that is open to difference: The egalitarian recruitment process based on each candidate s application file means the best students are admitted regardless of where they have studied. In addition there is an admissions process for students taking a technical baccalaureat (STI-STL), adapted support for students on grants, and specific programmes such as the Interview Passport programme for secondary schools in priority education zones (ZEP), as well as a wide international scope with international courses offered from the very first year of study. INSA Lyon is also working to diversify thirdyear admissions by opening recruitment to students having followed other courses at French or international higher education establishments.
8 > courses Engineers of the future The Humanities Centre creation, INSA Lyon has also placed great importance on the humanities in order to produce engineers who are open to the world around them. In addition to classes in languages, philosophy and culture, engineering students can take courses in business and management studies (covering finance, marketing, Human Resources management etc.). These courses include discussions on ethics and use innovative and active pedagogical approaches which aim to ensure students learn independence, responsibility and citizenship and to encourage creativity and innovation. Scientific and technological expertise, firmly-held values, an artistic sensibility and sporting spirit, an understanding of corporate culture and openness to the world around them INSA engineers are professionals with five years of a unique education behind them. Sporting and artistic achievement A leader as regards its scientific teaching, and a pioneer in terms of accessibility and diversity, over half a century after its creation, INSA Lyon is still an outstanding exception. For example, it is one of very few engineering schools to offer a High Level Sports Section (SSHN) accredited by the French Ministry of Sport. Over 4,500 engineering students have passed through this pool of talent in the last 30 years and around 20 have participated in the Olympic Games*: Students with qualities determination, a taste for a challenge, a competitive spirit, resilience, organisation etc. that are as vital to sporting success as they are to professional success. In addition to its excellence in the field of sports, the institute also shines on the cultural scene, offering courses unavailable at any other top higher education establishment. Our Art- Studies, Dance-Studies, Music-Studies and Theatre-Studies programmes allow almost 500 engineering students each year to give a free rein to their creativity whilst working towards an engineering degree. *At the 2008 Beijing Olympics: three INSA Lyon graduates and four engineering students participated in the games winning three of the French delegation s 40 medals. Fundamental sciences Humanities Projects Practicals Applied and technical engineering sciences A model of continuity training
9 An international outlook Open-minded, open to talent and open to the world. That in short is the credo of INSA Lyon, an establishment that crosses both cultural and geographical borders. International partnerships with 230 universities located across the five continents, support for international mobility, and networks of excellence. With 30% of its students of international origins representing 100 different nationalities, each year group has a multicultural profile unique amongst France s top engineering schools. At INSA Lyon 78% of engineering students spend at least six months abroad. Several specific programmes have been set up in which French and foreign students work together from the very first year of their studies. For over ten years, ASINSA s year groups have been made up of 50% French and 50% Asian engineering students. EURINSA takes in 1/3 French and 2/3 European students and AMERINSA 50% of Latin-American students. The SCAN programme also allows French and English-speaking engineering students to take classes for their first two years of studies in English. The GRAL programme offers the same option in German as of the second year. A hive of clubs and societies Extra-curricular activities centre around the Maison des Etudiants, a 1,000 m 2 building which houses the Student Union and offers a wide range of practical activities to engineering students. There are 130 clubs and societies with almost 2,500 INSA members offering sports, leisure, cultural and humanitarian activities etc.
10 > courses Multidisciplinary courses The courses offered by INSA Lyon are built on the concept of continuity. The first two years consist of general courses to ensure students acquire the high level of understanding of sciences and the humanities that form the basis for the second cycle during which students have access to 12 specialised courses which aim to prepare them to exercise the professions of tomorrow: A total of five years of study with 7 11 months spent on work placement. Biochemistry and Biotechnologies Bioinformatics and Modelling Civil Engineering and Urban Planning Electrical Engineering Energetics and Environmental Engineering Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering Design Mechanical Engineering Development Mechanical Engineering Plastics Conversion Processes Information Technology Science and Materials Engineering Telecommunications, Services and Uses p p Research Masters Professional Life p p p PhD 5 4 a p Masters Level Engineering Diploma 5 th year 4 th year p Masters M1 or recognised equivalent a a 3 rd year DUT 2nd year CPGE L2 - BTS or recognised equivalent 2 nd year 1 st year SCIENTIFIC BACCALAUREAT
11 Engineer apprenticeships In order better to meet the expectations of the economic sector, INSA Lyon has expanded its Mechanical Engineering Plastics Conversion Processes course to include an apprenticeship programme. By opening up an engineering course by apprenticeship to students with a Bac 2 qualification (DUT, BTS Plastics Conversion or INSA second cycle) thereby allowing them to acquire both theoretical and professional expertise, INSA Lyon has once again demonstrated its capacity for innovation in education League Tables 1 st Post-Baccalaureat Engineering School in France Engineering Schools League Table L Etudiant - L Express High value-added courses 10 th Engineering School in France (all categories) Engineering Schools Rankings L Usine Nouvelle INSA Lyon has implemented actions to prepare its students for the ever-increasing complexity of engineering issues and professions. - the creation of multi- and/or crossdisciplinary modules to develop the management of problems in complex environments and train students in emerging professions that cross the boundaries of traditional disciplines. - the reinforcement of the experimental approach supported by platforms equipped with cutting-edge technology. - the creation of cross-discipline options for 5th-year students with modules on offer at the interface of various disciplines: Design and materials, sustainable cities, network and system security, risk management, strategic management and economic intelligence, business engineers, micro and nanotechnologies etc.
12 > courses Lifelong learning What applies to higher education also applies to professional training. Through INSAVALOR, its business services subsidiary, INSA Lyon has firmly established itself in the field of lifelong learning thanks to a comprehensive offer covering a wide range of scientific and technical fields, but also cross-disciplinary themes such as management, project management and quality. Faithful to its values, the institute offers the possibility to holders of a DUT, BTS or equivalent diploma (2 years study after the baccalaureat) having exercised a professional activity for at least three years to obtain an engineering degree, identical to that obtained by higher education students. INSAVALOR is home to over 2,500 trainees and runs 400 training courses each year. Masters and PhD Courses INSA Lyon offers a range of post-degree courses closely related to the preoccupations of its 20 research laboratories: 10 Masters (Bac 5) open to final-year engineering students and 8 doctoral schools leading to a PhD (Bac 8). Eight specialised Masters accredited by the Conférence des Grandes Écoles are also on offer. These postgraduate courses of a minimum of two semesters allow students to obtain a specialisation or dual competence by means of theoretical teaching, a personal project in a company and presentation of a professional thesis. 10,2% 14,7% 4,5% 2009 Graduates n 936 Engineers n 135 Doctors n 195 Research Masters n 60 Specialised Masters 70,6%
13 10 Research Masters - mathematics and Applications, Mathematical Engineering, Information Technology - Materials - Mechanics, Energetics, Civil Engineering, Acoustics - Electrical Engineering and Process Engineering - Environment and Natural, Industrial and Urban Risks - Biochemistry - Microbiology, Ecology - Health, Population - Space and Urban Planning 8 Specialised Masters accredited by the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles - Information Technology - Environmental and Industrial Safety Management - Industrial Engineering - Technical Director for the Performing Arts - Design, Production and Management of Information Systems - PLM: Product Lifecycle Management - Franco-Chinese Specialised Masters: - International Energy Management - International Environmental Management 8 Doctoral Schools - Lyon Chemistry - Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Automatic Control - Evolution, Ecosystems, Microbiology, Modelling - Information Technology and Mathematics - Cross-disciplinary Health-Sciences - Lyon Materials - Mechanics, Energetics, Civil Engineering, Acoustics - scso : Social Sciences: History, Geography, Space planning, Urban planning, Archeology, Political Science, Sociology, Anthropology
14 > research - innovation A scientific pool, a capital of engineering and innovation Research at INSA Lyon involves more than 650 researchers and teacherresearchers, 640 PhD students and over a thousand industrial contracts with the socio-economic sector. It is on these scientific and technological resources that the institute s excellent international reputation is built. A research-innovation ecosystem Research Units tackling society s key issues INSA Lyon has structured its scientific policy into six main thematic units working towards economic and social development. The establishment works on the interfaces between disciplines, adopting a collaborative approach to combine its key strengths and those of its institutional and business partners. Chemistry-Biology-Health Materials Energy-Environment- Sustainable Urbanisation Mechanics Information Technology Sciences Micro-Nano Electronic Technologies The 20 INSA Lyon research laboratories are grouped together into six thematic units in which research and education go hand in hand. Sixteen of these laboratories are associated with major research bodies, (the CNRS, INRA, INRIA and INSERM) and half are shared by the main partners in the Université de Lyon Centre for Research and Higher Education (PRES). These structures act as accelerators for innovation in what is the second-largest region in France in terms of Research and Development activity. Funding comes from calls for tenders (85%) and industrial contracts (50%), proof of the excellent links the institute has formed with the socio-economic sector both at the regional level with the competitiveness clusters and at the European level through networks of excellence.
15 Four key challenges facing INSA Lyon Backed up by its multidisciplinary culture, INSA Lyon is now looking to meet four research challenges raised by today s society. Engineering sciences and the challenges of the living world In light of the current challenges posed by the living world, INSA Lyon has developed a new form of engineering on the interface with the science of living organisms in order to meet society s needs. Building a digital society To bring this future society into being, researchers at INSA Lyon are inventing the means for enriching this knowledge and creating secure devices by working on the production, modelling, indexing and exchange of digital content. From the material to the complex system By creating simulations to invent the systems and then the devices of tomorrow to respond to major contemporary issues such as the reasonable use of energy, INSA Lyon is meeting the major challenges of our times. The move towards environmental engineering: The sustainable city Developing the urban systems of the future in a sustainable manner is a key challenge for man, his habitat and his individual and collective development. This ambition to create the sustainable city has galvanised researchers at INSA Lyon who are working on the issue with commitment and determination.
16 > research - innovation Sharing progress One of INSA Lyon s major roles is to share the results of its scientific research and its applications for technological progress. The two Carnot Institutes demonstrate the concrete effectiveness and originality of the INSA model: LISA: «Lipids for Industry and Health» aims to improve understanding and analysis of lipids (their production, transformation and metabolism), within the framework of a national research programme on public health and sustainable development issues. : «Engineering at Lyon» aims to act as an international reference centre for the development and transfer of the general tools required for technology and competitiveness in the transport, materials and energy sectors. In order to achieve this, is consolidating the partnership activities of 11 Lyon-based laboratories across a wide scientific field with a strategy to create cross-disciplinary competitiveness clusters. * Carnot Institute is a label which recognises structures research capacity to collaborate with socio-economic partners, notably businesses. INSAVALOR the roots of innovation An active interface between the socio-economic sector and INSA Lyon s laboratories, INSAVALOR, the valorisation subsidiary, has been working for over 20 years to boost research and development at the institute. Its role: To identify the needs of businesses in terms of knowledge and technology and to mobilise the scientific teams in order to propose innovative solutions. Partner to a number of reference bodies in terms of technology transfer and research valorisation, INSAVALOR is establishing itself as both a generalist monitoring centre and a specialised centre of expertise. Scientific monitoring or support, traditional collaborations or multipartner agreements in connection with a competitiveness or industrial cluster, a wide variety of partnerships have been set up. For SMEs who have very specific expectations, the INSA Lyon subsidiary offers adapted support ranging from formalising specifications to developing operational solutions. In 2008, over 1,000 businesslaboratory partnership contracts were signed worth a total of e17.6 million. Within the framework of the Centre for Business and Innovation (CEI), the 9,000m 2 covered by INSAVALOR is home to around forty innovative businesses (of which one third were created in the business incubator) with links to Crealys and branches of both the European Plastics Conversion Cluster and the Plastipolis competitiveness cluster.
17 RESEARCH AT INSA LYON KEY FIGURES 6 RESEARCH poles GROUPING TOGETHER 20 LABORATORIES PHD STUDENTS 650 TEACHER-RESEARCHERS AND RESEARCHERS A partner for competitiveness INSA Lyon plays an active role in the Rhône-Alpes region s competitiveness clusters (9 out of 15) and research clusters (12 out of 14 steering of the Macodev and Environment clusters) and in the European dynamic ( REX projects, Erasmus Mundus Masters etc.). 700 Publications INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS PER YEAR 140 THESES PRESENTED PER YEAR 250 RESEARCH MASTERS STUDENTS 17,6 MILLION RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT TURNOVER IN 2008 which ranks INSA Lyon in second place for Research and Development in French Engineering Schools.
18 > international Courses available in English Over 100 nationalities represented 30% students from foreign countries (Europe, Asia, Latin and North America, Africa) Over 10% of INSA graduates are currently employed abroad Over 230 partner universities International key figures Over 600 INSA engineering students study abroad each year 4 international courses (ASINSA, AMERINSA, EURINSA, SCAN) 6 offices abroad (Shanghai, Curitiba, São Paulo, Mexico, Hô-Chi-Minh City and Sendaï) An ambitious international development strategy A leader in disseminating French culture and engineering Open to the world, INSA Lyon has developed a model of ambassadorship for French culture and engineering. INSA Tunis and the ENSA in Morocco (Tangiers, Agadir, Fez) have been created using the INSA model with pedagogical support from INSA staff. The young foreign managers trained in these establishments are also those chosen by French companies to pioneer their conquest of world markets. International development has been a strategic priority for INSA Lyon since its creation. In the 21 st Century engineers must have an international dimension to their background based on language skills, negotiation and working in multicultural teams to steer innovative technological projects in a geopolitical and social environment that is both complex and constantly changing. The institute s international policy revolves around two major aims: To improve the quality of international mobility and encourage strategic national and international alliances. International investment to develop joint projects INSA Lyon establishes win-win relationships with its partners in emerging, developing and developed countries across five continents. The aim remains to develop long-term collaborations with an emphasis on meshing education and research activities and industrial partnerships. Intrinsically international research The implementation of international partnerships with a heavy emphasis on research, often coupled with education, is a key area for development and exchange, as demonstrated by the recent creation of the International Associated Laboratories (LIA) in partnership with the CNRS, the Ecole Centrale de Lyon and the University of Lyon 1: The Nanotechnologies and Nanosystems Laboratory (LN2) dedicated to nanotechnologies with the University of Sherbrooke in Quebec (July 2008). The Elyt Lab with the University of Tohoku in Japan (December 2008). The MAXWELL Laboratory (December 2009) with three Brazilian universities (Sao Paulo, Florianopolis and Belo Horizonte).
19 Offering a warm welcome and a shared commitment All the facilities and services available at INSA Lyon contribute to making our international students welcome (restaurants, halls of residence, the admissions department, the international relations department, etc.). The French as a Foreign Language department, approved by the French Higher Education and Research Ministry, is another vital factor in ensuring the successful integration of overseas students. A resolutely international campus At the crossroads of culture and knowledge, INSA Lyon welcomes students from all around the world in its international courses in the first cycle (first two years), engineering degree cycle (3rd to 5th years), PhD level and on joint programmes resulting in dual qualifications. To date, over 20 dual qualifications have been set up with prestigious establishments such as the Pontifícia Universidade Católica in Rio de Janeiro, Trinity College Dublin, the Universität Karlsruhe (TH) in Germany and the Tohoku University in Japan. The establishment is also the first French engineering school to obtain the Erasmus Mundus label with the Erasmus Mundus Mechanical Engineering Masters.
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