The new agreement with Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Arts et Métiers (ESNAM) is a continuation of the longest running double degree agreement at Lodz University of Technology. It is particularly noteworthy that Lodz University of Technology was chosen as the only university in Central and Eastern Europe to continue cooperation with this prestigious institution of higher education.
On Monday (15.03) a double degree agreement was signed online with the French university ENSAM. The agreement will cover first and second degree students of the following fields of study: Mechanical Engineering, Business and Technology, Gestion et Technologie, Master of Operations Management, Master in Human-Computer Interaction, Master of Mechanical Engineering, Master of Business Studies offered at the International Faculty of Engineering (IFE).
As Professor Dorota Piotrowska, Head of the International Cooperation Centre at TUL, explains
Each year, 15 students from both TUL and ENSAM will be able to obtain a double diploma. They will go through a demanding admission process. In total, they will spend two years away from their home universities, working on their diploma theses under the guidance of supervisors from Poland and France. Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Arts et Métiers is the leading science and technology "Grande Ecole" in France. It has an international reputation in education and research, and is one of the oldest and best engineering schools in France specialising in mechanical, industrial and energy engineering. Arts et Métiers has a tradition of over 250 years of technical innovation and industrial involvement.
Christophe Paoli, attaché for Scientific and Academic Cooperation of the French Embassy in Poland, was a special guest of the ceremony.
Cooperation with ENSAM has a long tradition at Lodz University of Technology, dating back to the 1980s. It was established by the former rector Professor Jan Krysiński.