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École nationale supérieure des ingénieurs en arts chimiques et technologiques

École nationale supérieure des ingénieurs en arts chimiques et technologiques
The new school on the Toulouse-Labège campus
Established 1906 (1906)
Type School of engineering
Director Jean-Marc LeLann
Students 750
Location Toulouse, France
University system National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse
Affiliations Toulouse Tech
Website http://www.ensiacet.fr/

The École nationale supérieure des ingénieurs en arts chimiques et technologiques, or INP-ENSIACET (or A7), is a high-level selective institute, located in Toulouse, France.

It is part of the National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse (INPT), which includes 3 other grandes écoles: INP-ENSAT, INP-ENSEEIHT and INP-ENIT.


Departments

Teaching departments Chemistry, Materials, Chemical engineering, Process engineering, Industrial engineering
1st semester Core modules
2nd - 4th semester 5 majors (Chemistry, Materials, Chemical engineering, Process engineering, Industrial engineering)
5th - 6th semester One of 13 options (Environmental Engineering, Fluids and Processes, Eco Energy, Physico-Chimical Analyses, Design and Analysis of Processes, Green Chemistry,Quality-Safety-Environment, Management of industrial systems, Industrial systems, Functional Materials, Processes for Fine Chemistry and Bio-Industries, Durability of Materials and of Structures, Management of Complex Projects and Information Systems)
Duration of courses 3 years
Levels From L3 to master's degree


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