Engineering College

The Engineering College (Collège des Ingénieurs, CDI) was established in Paris in 1986, as an international independent institute of postgraduate education. CDI actively conducts scientific research, provides engineering education, and offers training in MBA programs in France, Germany, Italy and Switzerland.

In the educational, scientific and cultural fields, the Engineering College closely cooperates with leading European universities including Pierre-and-Marie-Curie University (Paris, France), and the largest Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany) Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT). 

The strategy of Engineering College is geared toward training personnel for working in high-tech industries. The principle of “Learning through Action” underlies the programs at Engineering College: a year at CDI is a year at work.

Engineering College actively creates joint programs with foreign partners to exchange ideas, experience and solutions for educating highly-skilled professionals and satisfying the modern needs of the international community.