Institut National des Sciences Appliquees de Strasbourg

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24 Boulevard de la Victoire, Strasbourg 67084,
Bas-Rhin (67) France

There are 6 INSA establishments organised as a network and located in major French regional cities Lyon, Rennes, Rouen, Strasbourg, Toulouse, Blois and Bourges. All INSAs share the same philosophy, at the same time preserving an individual identity based on their respective histories, origins, economic environments and on poles of excellence developed from specific competences.

The INSA network represents the largest engineer training group in France: 12% of all engineers who obtain their degree in France each year, graduate from one of the INSA establishments. To date, almost 50,000 INSA engineers contribute to the social and economic fabric worldwide. The INSA are public establishments with a scientific, cultural and professional orientation. They are under the aegis of the Ministry of Higher Education and are accredited by the "Commission des Titres" to deliver Engineering Degrees.

The Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Strasbourg or INSA Strasbourg is a Grande École d'Ingénieurs. INSA Strasbourg is one of the 210 French Engineering School entitled to deliver the "Diplôme d’ingénieur". It is currently under the authority of the French Ministry of Education and Research and part of the INSA's network.

The school was founded in 1875, under the name of Technische Winterschule für Wiesenbautechniker. In 2003, the school joins the INSA's group regrouping six French engineering schools and takes its current name. INSA Strasbourg mission is to train highly qualified engineers, support continuing education, and conduct research and testing. The five-year curriculum aims at training engineers and/or architects who possess humane qualities and are well versed in the primary areas of science, engineering and/or architecture. The school accommodates 1,700 students in engineering and architecture.

INSA Strasbourg trains students in 7 specialist engineering programmes (mechanical engineering, plasturgy, mecatronics, civil engineering, topography, energy and environmental engineering and electrical engineering) and has an architectural curriculum.

In 2009, INSA Strasbourg was ranked 7th out of 67 French engineering schools offering a 5-jear curriculum (L'Etudiant magazine) and is to date the only engineering school in France that also provides a curriculum for architects.

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