IMT (Institut Mines-Télécom)
The number one group of engineering and management graduate schools in France, IMT (Institut Mines-Télécom) is a public institution dedicated to higher education, research and innovation in engineering and digital technology. It provides the economy with 12.300 freshly-trained engineers, managers and doctors.
8 engineering and management graduate schools
IMT has also formed close ties with 12 partner institutions, known as affiliated schools.
4,100 degrees are awarded each year and 90 % of graduates go straight into permanent work contracts (figures excluding the affiliated schools).
IMT schools form a powerful group, complementing each other and working cohesively together. Their strength is founded on a shared vision to:
- train graduates for businesses,
- develop the economy and France’s territories,
- contribute to innovation and entrepreneurship.
These activities are rolled out in areas linked to the major digital, energy, industrial and educational transitions underway.
The quality of IMT’s partner-orientated research is recognized by 2 Carnot Institute labels, (M.I.N.E.S and Carnot Télécom & société numérique) awarded in 2006 and renewed in 2011.
The research concerns projects that involve IMT research teams and its socioeconomic partners (businesses, associations, local authorities, etc.). This is a major focus of IMT’s Research and Innovation strategy.
Partner-orientated research takes many forms:
- Contractual research
- Collaborative research
- Technology transfer