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MINES ParisTech

EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION
155 Masters degree in science & executive engineering per year
155 Advanced Masters graduate students per year
27 Corps des Mines engineers
114 PhD awarded per year
108 Continuing education students
A network of 220,000 MINES ParisTech alumni
RESEARCH
Eighteen research centres working on fve diferent areas:
Earth Sciences and Environment
Energy and Processes
Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Mathematics and Systems
Economics, Management, Society
30 million in research contracts per year
First French engineers school for the extent of contractual research
200 industrial partners
16 academic chairs fnanced by external partners
114 PhD thesis and 400 publications per year
Two Nobel prizes: M. Allais (Economics, 1988), G. Charpak (Physics, 1992)
INTERNATIONAL AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Member of Mines-Telecom Institute
Founder member of ParisTech
Associate member of PSL Research University
100 university partners through the world
30 companies created in recent years
New disciplines conceived at MINES ParisTech: Mathematical Morphology and
Geostatistics
37 % foreign students
50 nationalities represented
Museum of Mineralogy with unique collections
100,000 samples frst museum in the world for its systematic collections, third for
the wealth of its samples
Historical Library
The library is accessible to internal and external users. Amongst its missions is the
preservation and development of its historical collection of 200,000 books, maps,
archive documents this collection is adapted to both research and education.
MINES ParisTech AND ITS VALUES
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www.mines-paristech.eu
The way we operate gives value to both the spirit of initiative
and entrepreneurship.
It creates real dynamics in the organization and an exceptional
motivation of the actors.
Romain Soubeyran
Director of MINES ParisTech
TALENT IS MINE
MINES ParisTech is a hive of talent.
To Mines graduates, an unlimited range of career opportunities worldwide is
open.
CREATIVITY IS MINE
An entrepreneurial spirit is one of
the fundamental values symbolic of
MINES ParisTech. It drives our tea-
ching philosophy and opens the way
to ambitious projects.
EXCELLENCE IS MINE
The fundamental principles of our
teaching are based on regular gui-
dance and supervision. The limited
numbers of students per class ensures individual tutoring.
Two Nobel laureates have been MINES ParisTech students : Georges Charpak
(Physics, 1992) and Maurice Allais (Economics, 1988).
Many Research prizes are awarded each year to MINES ParisTech.
CHALLENGE IS MINE
Our executive engineers have become a reference in many companies. From year
to year they contribute substantially to the negotiation of many kinds of indus-
trial research contracts.
INNOVATION IS MINE
Our executive engineers beneft from an exceptionally favourable study environ-
ment. Our courses are demanding, are continuously adapted to innovative tech-
nologies and match challenging professional stakes.
THE WORLD IS MINE
Students from many countries, work placements and internships abroad, interna-
tional networks... MINES ParisTech is a world-focussed institution.
A fundamental aspect of our institution and teaching methods is multiculturalism.
SCIENCE IS MINE
We train executive engineers in preparation for every feld of research. Our multi-
discipline courses allow them to approach industrial projects from every angle.
First French engineers school
for the extent of contractual
research
30 million in research
contracts per year
90 million of annual budget
1 351 students
37 % foreign students
50 nationalities represented
400 publications per year
MINES ParisTech
www.mines-paristech.eu
The world is mine
EDUCATION AT MINES ParisTech
A distinctive feature of the training programmes at MINES ParisTech is the limited
annual intake of students thereby ensuring individual tutoring. The teaching is pro-
vided by research academics, masters of their felds, who have close links with the
economic world. The students are selected, in France and abroad, according to their
motivation and their aptitude to beneft substantially from the courses. Most of the
programmes include placements in France and abroad which enable the students
to complete their theoretical training and to deal with the practical aspects of engi-
neering, research and organization.
MASTERS DEGREE IN SCIENCE AND
EXECUTIVE ENGINEERING
Inspired by the notion of practice and the prac-
tical, the training of Mineurs (nickname of our
engineering students) is perfectly balanced
with 1/3 in engineering sciences, 1/3 in econo-
mics and social sciences and 1/3 in projects and
practical experience.
The students are admitted through a compe-
titive examination, after the classes prpara-
toires, and are joined, in the second year, by
externally qualifed students from French and
foreign universities and the Ecole Polytech-
nique. They acquire all the skills required for
senior positions of responsibility. 86 % of them
have a job ofer before graduation.
The average annual salary for our young graduates, in 2012, was 44 900: one of the
highest in France.
OTHER MASTERS DEGREE PROGRAMMES
The specializations ofered in our Professional Masters programmes are much apprecia-
ted by our students. They are conducted in French or in English (Nuclear energy, Trans-
port and sustainable development, etc.) or linked to the Masters degree in science and
engineering programme (Energy strategies). They elicit a lot of interest among foreign
students.
11 Research Masters degrees, conducted jointly with universities, ensure that the
knowledge developed in our laboratories is widely disseminated and enhanced.
CORPS DES MINES : SENIOR CIVIL SERVICE
This programme trains senior civil servants who have already acquired sound scientifc and
technical training. After graduation, the Ingnieurs des MINES hold positions of responsi-
bility of a technical and economic nature in government departments, and specialize in eco-
nomic development, the management of TICEs, industrial safety and nuclear security.
ADVANCED MASTERS DEGREE PROGRAMMES
11 full-time Advanced Masters degrees and
5 Executive Masters degrees provide high-le-
vel specialization or dual qualifcation. Candi-
dates are recruited among French and foreign
students holding a Masters degree, engineers
wishing to acquire additional skills, or compa-
ny executives seeking to give a new impetus to
their career.
DOCTORATE
The mainfeature of doctoral trainingat MINES ParisTechis soundscientifc knowledge, sup-
ported by the Schools research tradition and practical professional experience, resulting
fromthe synergy nurtured by the laboratories with the world of industry.
The doctorate thereby combines science and industry in an internationally recognized
training programme.
MINES ParisTech, SINCE 1783 RESEARCH AT MINES ParisTech
MINES ParisTech is a Grande Ecole centred on its research activities. It encom-
passes all felds of scientifc knowledge thanks to 18 innovative research centres
exploring fve major felds.
Earth Sciences and Environment
Energy and Processes
Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Mathematics and Systems
Economics, Management, Society
With 286 research academics, 391 doctoral students and 50 post-doctoral students,
MINES ParisTech ranks top among the Grandes Ecoles for the volume of contractual
research.
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Health
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TOP-NOTCH
LABORATORIES
The schools laboratories are part-
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Ecole Polytechnique, INSERM, IN-
RIA, Institut Pasteur, etc. Their re-
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felds, has led to the emergence
of new disciplines (geostatistics,
mathematical morphology and
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CLOSELY LINKED
TEACHING AND
RESEARCH
The range of education pro-
grammes engineer, masters,
advanced masters and docto-
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academics working in the labora-
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DIMENSION
Of the 30 million in research
contracts, 30% involve at least one
foreign partner. MINES ParisTech
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than 100 diferent countries and
foreign universities.
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2012 Creation of
Mines-Tlcom Institute.
MINES ParisTech joins
PSL Research University.
The School worked hand in hand with French industry: from mining to energy, transport
1860 Le Play instituted the teaching of the social sciences
which continues today to be an original feature of the Schools
training programme.
1967 Training and partnership research provide the model for
the School. Establishment of research centres at Fontainebleau
and the Materials Centre on the Snecma premises at Corbeil.
1783 Training intelligent managers capable of leading teams and possessing a global view of projects
for the Kingdoms mines.
20 students
3 professors
1281 students
from 50 nationalities
Cration of
the School
Le Play
Creation of Armines
2005 Creation of the rst industry
chair.
Globalization of the higher education
(1878 - 1936)
Conrad
Schlumberger :
Energy,
Geophysics
(1854 - 1912)
Jules Henri
Poincar:
Mathematics,
Physics
(1850 - 1936)
Henry
Le Chatelier :
Metallurgy,
Chemistry
Outstanding scientic gures
LE R OI tant inform que lart de dcouvrir & dexploiter des Mines , na pas fait dans on Royaume les progrs dont il toit uceptible : que , dans l e nombre de ceux qui ont obtenu d es conceions , les uns nen ont fait aucun uage , dautres y ont employ , ans fruit , des fonds conidrables ; & que ceux qui ont rui , nen ont pas tir tout le prot quils devoient en attendre , par la dicult de trouver des Direceurs intelligens : Sa Maje se fait rendre compte des direns moyens quon pourroit employer pour exciter un genre dindurie dont les Etats voiins retirent de i grands avantages ; & elle a reconnu que ce ntoit pas aez de donner des encouragemens ceux qui voudroient e livrer la recherche & exploitation des Minraux , quil falloit encore ret que dconomie ; ce par ces motifs que Sa Maje a rolu dtablir une Ecole de Mines linar de celle qui a t tablie avec tant de uccs , ous le regne du feu Roi , pour les Ponts & Chaues. A quoi voulant pourvoir : Ou le rapport du ieur Joly de Fleury , Coneiller dEtat ordi- naire , & au Coneil Royal des Finances ; le Roi tant en on Coneil , a ordonn & ordonne ce qui uit :
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Extrait des Regires du Coneil d Etat.
1793 Ren Just Hay discovered scientic mineralogy.
1849 Dual-feature training, both scientic and technical, with a view to the
management of the mining and metallurgy industries.
Mechanization and
major industrial
developments
1950 The School envisaged a more
general approach to the training of engineers,
adapted to the dynamics of the industrial world,
and created its specialized module courses.
1946 Creation of the Schools Foundation, FIMMM.
1969 Creation by Pierre Latte, then director of the School,
of the Sophia Antipolis Technology Park (near Nice).
1985 The School was granted the right to award
doctorates.
1987 Creation of Advanced Masters Degrees
2008 30% of civil engineer
graduates are from outside France.
1991 major alliances.
1847 Distinction established between the Inspectors of Mines
(the current Corps des Mines) and civil engineers (Engineering students).
1942 The Metallaturgy Laboratory at Saint-Germain-en-Laye was instituted at
the initiative of Charles Crussard.
1904 Georges Charpy devised the impact tests known as The Charpy test.
Two Nobel laureates
Maurice Allais
(Economics, 1988)
Georges Charpak
(Physics, 1992)
INSTITUT DES SCIENCES ET TECHNOLOGIES
PAR I S I NS T I T UT E OF T E CHNOLOGY
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