♦ With the companies

Thanks to their support, companies contribute to the development of ESITC Paris, enabling the School to offer its students a high level of education, with innovative teaching tools and a genuine research programme. This close collaboration of professional federations and companies (major construction companies, SMEs and intermediary companies) with ESITC Paris ensures that our training is in line with the needs of companies and thus guarantees excellent professional integration for our engineers


♦ With accreditation bodies

ESITC Paris has been recognised by the State since 2001 and has also been accredited by the CTI since its creation. The school's commitment to institutions is also characterised by the renewal of the contractualisation agreement that links it to its supervisory ministry, the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, its supervisory ministry. ESITC Paris is also a member of the UGEI and CEDFI networks


♦ Internationally

The mobility of our engineering students is possible thanks to partnership agreements signed with foreign universities as part of our commitment to the ERASMUS+ programme as well as within the ECEM-ECM network composed of 12 universities (Denmark, Scotland, Finland, Spain, Hungary, the Netherlands, Poland, the Czech Republic, Sweden, Italy, Russia and Ireland). The EUR-ACE label of our degree is the assurance of international recognition for our engineers


♦ For Research

Our team of teacher-researchers collaborates with two laboratories and research organisations in the framework of collaborative projects: the CERTES (Centre d'Etudes et de Recherche en Thermique, Environnement et Systèmes), Université Paris-Est Créteil and IFSTTAR/MAST/FM2D (Formulation, Microstructure, Modelling and Durability of Construction Materials)- Université Gustave Eiffel


ESITC Paris is participating in the BBobE project, which aims to recycle vegetable sponge waste in concrete as a partial or total replacement for sand. The objective is to optimise, through an experimental and numerical approach, the formulation in order to develop materials with a reduced environmental impact while meeting technical requirements according to the targeted application in the building industry