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Strong links with the industry

ESITC Caen has very strong relationships and close ties with the corporate world.
These links are made possible the trades (FFB and FNTP) and directly with major construction companies (VINCI Construction, Bouygues, Eiffage), mid-sized companies, as well as SMEs.
Representatives of these different stakeholders are members of the board of directors, the teaching staff, the examination boards, and the alumni network. They also participate in the development of training content.

Regional and national link

ESITC Caen is deeply rooted in Normandy, an important region for higher education and research. Our school cooperates with main Higher education stakeholders (Caen Normandy University, ENSICAEN, EMN) and it’s member of the COMUE Normandie.
At national level, ESITC Caen has been involved in a contract with the Ministry of Higher Education and Research since 2010. The school is part of the UGEI and CDEFI network. It has been a member of the CGE (Conférence des Grandes Ecoles) since 2008, and joined the Concours Avenir schools in 2018.

Links with research and innovation

ESITC Caen research activity is systematically carried out with national and international research organisations as well as with companies as part of collaborative projects.
Examples of collaborations:
- Regional level: University of Caen Normandy (ABTE, M2C, BIOMEA, LUSAC), CNRS (CRISMAT)
- National level: LGCE, Ecole Centrale Lille, GeM (Research Institute of Civil and Mechanical Engineering) (University of Nantes-Ecole Centrale de Nantes)
- International level: University of Brighton, University of Exeter, University of Southampton, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, University of Cantabria, University of Manitoba, Red River College, University of Kyoto
ESITC Caen research teams belong to the PSIME doctoral school of the University of Caen Normandy.

European and International links

Since its creation, ESITC Caen has always promoted multicultural teaching and encouraged internationally-oriented learning.
The openness and mobility of engineering students is made possible through partnership agreements in some twenty countries and through involvement in numerous programmes (FITEC, BCI, ERASMUS+).