|ASSOCIATION POUR LA RECHERCHE ET LE DEVELOPPEMENT DES METHODES ET PROCESSUS INDUSTRIELS â€“ ARMINES. ARMINES. France.
ARMINES is one of the oldest French higher education institutions in engineering. While its inspirational model has not changed, its teaching methods and its research have anticipated and accompanied its times ever since 1783. The School graduates 150 engineers, 170 students in post- Master degrees and 90 PhDs per year from 50 different nationalities (36% of the students). Two Nobel laureates were trained at the School: Georges Charpak (Physics, 1992) and Maurice Allais (Economics, 1988). Our alumni enjoy challenging careers in a variety of fields Research at ARMINES is based on creativity and anticipating a constantly evolving world; with its wide range of disciplines, the School is a leader in many areas. With 15 research centres extending over five different fields and 260 research academics. ARMINES is the leading partnership in France for its volume of contractual research with a â‚¬30 million turnover including contracts with business partners. Major research themes are essentially based on problems raised by industry, including MITAL, EDF, TOTAL, RENAULT, PSA, SNECMA, GDF and SAINT-GOBAIN, as well as society as a whole and European Projects.