This Master, named “diplôme d’Ingénieur Civil des Mines (ICM)” in French, is the signature diploma of three French elite Schools of Engineering, Mines Paris-Tech, Mines Saint-Étienne, and Mines Nancy. The aim of the ‘Ingénieur Civil des Mines’ Master’s degree in Engineering is to train executive engineers for top-level management and technical positions in industrial and service companies in a globalized context.
5 excellent reasons to join us…
- High Faculty/Student Ratio: 1 to 5, one-on-one personalised tutoring
- Extensive Hands-on Experience
- Unique Informal Learning, Networking, Alumni
- Superb Residential Experience
- World Class International Partnerships
All this on a multicultural campus: 30% International students
Based on their academic credentials, international students can be enrolled for the ICM diploma (see admission requirements). ICM welcomes an increasing number of international students from all over the world: Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America, and North America.
It was originally created to meet the needs for elite executive staff in the French mining industry.
Associated with the “Mines” label, a symbol of excellence for nearly 200 years, the ICM curriculum offers a broad educational programme focused on ten different majors. Regularly ranked among the top 15 of the 230 French engineering courses, ICM combines broad theoretical knowledge with hands-on projects, development of management and communication skills through mandatory international experience and practical training through long term interships in partner companies.Teaching in small classes, and close educational supervision are essential features of the programme. Research-oriented projects are offered to students wishing to start a PhD programme after graduation.
After graduating from Mines Saint-Étienne, an “Ingénieur Civil des Mines” is able to innovate in a chosen field of expertise, interact with experts in other fields, manage complex organizations and lead teams, operate in a multicultural and global context, respond quickly to professional challenges.