The Commission des Titres d'Ingénieur has renewed ESITC Paris's accreditation to award the title of "Ingénieur diplômé de l'Ecole Supérieure des Travaux de la Construction de Paris" in initial training under student and apprentice status
The Commission highlights the school's strengths, including
- The school's strong identity
- The cohesion between the staff, all the student-engineers (students & apprentices) and the management
- The strong commitment of the building and civil engineering majors
- Graduates who meet the demand for engineers from companies in the sector
- The opening of the new campus in Egletons and new facilities on the Arcueil campus
- High employability of graduates
- A high proportion of women
- Strong governance
- Consistency of teaching with the skills required for the degree sought, enabling us to take into account the expectations of companies in a changing professional market
- A positive and tangible quality approach
- The human scale of ESITC Paris creates a real sense of closeness between all students and the management team
- Audits conducted by ESITC Paris senior managers with professionals in the building and public works sector to ensure that ESITC Paris is in line with the expectations and needs of construction companies
End of accreditation - August 2025
"The CTI is an independent body that has been responsible under French law since 1934 for assessing all engineering courses, developing the quality of courses and promoting the title and profession of engineer in France and abroad.
The CTI's missions include
► Periodic assessment of all engineering courses offered by French institutions in France with a view to their accreditation to award an engineering degree. The CTI has decision-making powers for the accreditation of private (...)
► Defining the generic profile of a master's-level engineer and drawing up the criteria and procedures needed to award the title of engineer and fulfil the CTI's missions. The CTI thus contributes to the ongoing development of engineering (...)
► Issuing opinions on all matters relating to engineering qualifications. These 'historic' missions have been broadened with the opening up of the international arena and the creation of the European Higher Education Area, within which the CTI is involved in its own areas (engineering training and quality assurance), particularly as a result of its recognition by bodies such as the European Association for Quality in Higher Education (ENQA) and the European Quality Assurance Register (EQAR).
► The development of a quality assurance culture within French schools in accordance with the Standards and guidelines for quality assurance in the European higher education area (ESG)
► All actions that work towards the academic and professional recognition of the title of French graduate engineer (...)
► Evaluation of French and foreign engineering programmes with a view to awarding quality labels. The CTI is a founding member of the European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education (ENAEE) and issues the European quality label for engineering courses EUR-ACE® (master's level) from this body (...)"