Institut Mines-Télécom

The Institut Mines-Télécom is a major public player in higher education, research and innovation in the fields of engineering and management.

It is made up of 10 Mines and Télécom grandes écoles under the supervision of the Minister for Productive Recovery (Mines Albi, Mines Alès, Mines Douai, Mines Nantes, Mines ParisTech, Mines Saint-Etienne, Télécom Bretagne, Télécom École de Management, Télécom ParisTech, Télécom SudParis) and two subsidiary schools (Télécom Lille and Eurecom). It has a special relationship with two strategic partners, Mines Nancy, part of the University of Lorraine, and Armines.

Institut Mines-Télécom is at the forefront of educational innovation. It is the leading group of engineering schools in France, graduating 8% of engineers each year.

Its open online courses are part of a movement to create and lead communities for initial and lifelong learning. Institut Mines-Télécom will contribute to this movement and will involve all of its stakeholders: teacher-researchers, students and future students, graduates, companies and, more generally, all learners interested in the Institute's areas of specialisation.