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www.nplusi.comJean-Pierre TROTIGNON (AIEC 2005 Gold Coast, Australia)

a training of Top engineerswith international ambition

www.nplusi.com

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An International Network

All Fields of Engineering

A network of over 60 ‘Grandes Écoles’and Engineering Institutes in France

Located in over 40 cities in France

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Mutualisation

Promotion,Evaluation, Preparation of studentsControl of applications (ex: 1 specific person in China)Recruitment, Admission, (several offers),Welcome and assistance,Cultural and Linguistic adaptation,Training,Funding, (several offers)Alumni follow up

Mutualisation

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Mutualisation

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Objective of “n+i” Programmes

A top training in sciences and technologyTo be fluent in English

A training in Management of international projectsExposure to different culturesA good practice of one or two foreign languagesBe creative and open-mindedPreparation to communicate Prove autonomy and adaptability

national

international

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To train engineers with international ambition ?

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A Programme of Cooperation

World to …

Cultural Experience,

France

France to … World

a key point

One step (cooperation and selection)

+ Second step (Double Degree)

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Why Study Engineering in French ?

To prove the adaptability to a new environment by joining the French system,

More than a pure academic exchange,National Degrees internationally recognized in the L (B),M,D, Dual Degrees,Mixed classes, with local students (both ways of exchanges),Language practice (2 or 3 languages),Discover of the culture (history, traditions, political and social organization, arts, sports …),Placements in companies to discover the way of working, of thinking, of living, etc.,

In opposition to the adaptation of the local system to the “clients”,The two systems may co-exist in the same institute for different purposes

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The Réseau « n+i »

60 « Grandes Écoles » and Engineering Institutes in France

All fields of Engineering ( Agriculture, Chemical, Mechanical, Civil, Biotechnologies, Materials, Environment, Processing, Electronic, Computer, Industrial, Food sciences, Information Technologies, etc… over 250 key words)

7 000 ‘post-graduate’ (Master) students per year(25 000 students)

Over 250 Research laboratories

1500 PhD Students

Cooperation with more than 40 countries

Training in over 250 fields of engineering

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Some figures of « n+i »

Most important network of “Grandes Ecoles” covering all fields of engineering (Arts et Métiers, Supélec, SupTélécom Bretagne, ESTP, ESIEE, INSA Toulouse, Strasbourg, Rennes, ENS Chimie Clermont Ferrand, Nancy…, Mines Nancy, ENSSAT, ENSCI Limoges, ENSIACET, ENSEEIHT, ENSMA, …)

IFIPS University of Paris-Sud Prof F. MeyerUTBM University of Technology of Belfort Montbéliard Prof. A. Herléa

Partnerships with the best universities in the world: over 45 agreements with Australia, Japan, China, Hungary, Russia, Iran,South Korea, Thailand, Jordan, Mexico, Argentina, Lebanon…

Scholarship fund of 1 million € from companies such as Total, France Telecom, Dassault systèmes,Rhodia, EDF, PSA, Faurécia, Thomson, Lafarge, ST Microelectronics, MacaoWater, Saint-Gobain, Rockwell Collins, Danone, Snecma, Bouygues, Soletanche, etc.)

In 2005, 400 Students in France from 35 countries

75 EduFrance-n+i desks in the world

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Some figures of « n+i »

Evolution of the recruitment of « n+i » students

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Master’s Degree(s)Programme in 2 years

‘Experience’ in FranceProgramme in 1 year

Diplôme d’Ingénieur = Master Degree (L,M,D)Accredited by the national committee CTI (QUALITY)European standard, World wide recognizedAccess to DoctorateFunding from FranceSame degree as French students

No Degree, Transfers of credits ECTS

How to find top students in engineering prepared to study in France in French ?

Mutualisation (promotion, funding, welcome….) and Assistance!

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Welcome at Paris Airport4-day introduction

to France

Training in France

Welcome4 days

Scheme

Licence or equivalent (B)

Period of linguistic, cultural and methodological adaptation

Diplôme d’ingénieur

Master Degree

180 ECTS relevant credits

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Training in France

Welcome MNF

MNFIntensive courses of French July - Sept

4 days July-Sept

Beginningof the Engineering studies in September

Scheme

Period of linguistic, cultural and methodological adaptation

Licence or equivalent (B)

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Training in France

MNFIntensive courses of French July - Sept

STSemester of TransitionPart 2 Jan. - Mar.Part 1 Sept - Dec.

Welcome MNF4 days July-Sept Sept-Dec./Jan.-Mar.

ST

Licence or equivalent (B)

Scheme

Period of linguistic, cultural and methodological adaptation

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Training in France

Period of linguistic, cultural and methodological adaptation

MNFIntensive courses of French July - Sept

STSemester of TransitionPart 2 Jan. - Mar.Part 1 Sept - Dec.

Welcome MNF4 days July-Sept Sept-Dec./Jan.-Mar.

ST

Licence or equivalent (B)

Period of linguistic, cultural and methodological adaptation

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‘Experience’ in France

MNFIntensive courses of French July - Sept

STSemester of TransitionPart 2 Jan. - Mar.Part 1 Sept - Dec.

Period of linguistic, cultural and methodological adaptation

Tailor-made courses for non-French speaking studentsSmall groups of international students per topicStudents can ask questions and get answers in EnglishPersonal tutoringCourses of French vocabulary of the topicExtra-university activities with French students

A low level in French is possible,

English required, high motivation needed

Welcome MNF4 days July-Sept Sept-Dec./Jan.-Mar.

ST

Licence or equivalent (B)

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Training in France

Master’s Degree(s)

MNFIntensive courses of French July - Sept

STSemester of Transition

Official Master’s Degree(s) in 2 Years

Welcome MNF4 days July-Sept

STSept-Dec./Jan.-Mar.

Part 2 Jan. - Mar.Part 1 Sept - Dec.

Licence or equivalent (B)

Official Master’s DegreeDiplôme d’ingénieur

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Training in France

Master’s Degree(s)

MNFIntensive courses of French July - Sept

STSemester of TransitionPart 2 Jan. - Mar.Part 1 Sept - Dec.

Official Master’s Degree(s) in 2 Years

Welcome MNF4 days July-Sept

STSept-Dec./Jan.-Mar. Mar-June

Official Master’s DegreeDiplôme d’ingénieur

Training in Engineering Mar. - June

1st Year

M1

M1

S8

Licence or equivalent (B)

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Training in France

Master’s Degree(s)

MNFIntensive courses of French July - Sept

STSemester of TransitionPart 2 Jan. - Mar.Part 1 Sept - Dec.

Official Master’s Degree(s) in 2 Years

Welcome MNF4 days July-Sept

STSept-Dec./Jan.-Mar. Mar-June

Official Master’s DegreeDiplôme d’ingénieur

M1

Training in Engineering Mar. - JuneS8

July – Aug.Internship

Licence or equivalent (B)

Internship

July-Aug.

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Master’s Degree(s)

Licence or equivalent (B)

MNFIntensive courses of French July - Sept

STSemester of TransitionPart 2 Jan. - Mar.Part 1 Sept - Dec.

Official Master’s Degree(s) in 2 YearsOfficial Master’s Degree

Diplôme d’ingénieur

Training in Engineering Mar. - JuneS8

S10

S9

Internship July – Aug.

Sept – Mar.

Mar. - June

Engineering Training

Final Year Project

2nd Year

Welcome MNF4 days July-Sept

STSept-Dec./Jan.-Mar. Mar-June

M1 Internship

July-Aug. Sept-Mar.

M2

Mar.-June

M3

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‘Experience’ in France

MNFIntensive courses of French July - Sept

Welcome MNF4 days July-Sept Sept-Dec./Jan.-Mar.

STSemester of TransitionPart 2 Jan. - Mar.Part 1 Sept - Dec.

Experience(s) in 1 Year

No Degree

Mar-JuneCTC

In France or Europe Mar. - June

A semester with the choice between:a) Courses

b) Researchc) Internship

Credits Transfer Certificate CTC

ST

Licence or equivalent (B)

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..…Arrival in Paris French summer courses MNF in…

ParisBesançon

Vichy

Tours

French summer courses MNF in France

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..…After MNF Linguistic, methodological and cultural adaptation in…

ParisMetz

Angers

ToulouseLimoges

Semester of Transition ST in France

BesançonBrest

Clermont-Ferrand

Rennes

Saint-Etienne

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..…After ST Final training in…

MNF in France

60 Grandes Ecoles

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Academic evaluationPersonal qualities to become a manager

Selection and admission of Candidates

Privilege of each engineering institute

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Academic evaluationEasy to manage through quantitative evaluation (transcripts, degrees, matters, ...) with EduFrance desks, Embassies….Scientific tests are not well adapted,

Solution: Cooperation with partners (Universities) Selection with top universities,Control of the degree,Transcripts of the 3 or 4 last years (ranking in the class), 2 letters of recommendation,Professional project,Letter of motivation

Selection and admission of Candidates

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Personal qualities to become a managerMotivation,Curiosity,Open mindedness,Autonomy,

Evaluation through interviewsFace to face (Embassies, EduFrance desks)“n+i” missions with professors representing the network,Long distance interviews (Internet, viseo interviews)

Evaluation data sheet automatically added to the application form

Selection and admission of Candidates

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In 2005

Over 3 000 applicants from over 85 countries,600 validated files,400 students getting an offer,200 new students arrived in 2005.Target within 5 years, over 800 students per year

Some figures of « n+i »

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A wide selection, by keywords, of the right French “Grandes Ecoles”A single gate for application forms, registration, etc.

nplusi.comnplusi.com

contact@www.

Assistance for visasPersonalized welcome from the first minute(Package EduFrance including insurances)Personal tutoring Cultural and Linguistic preparationPersonal assistance for day life (accommodation, etc.) Management of industrial placements (Club of Companies)Transfers

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Find your training in over 60 Top Engineering Institutes by using key words among 250

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Electronic form

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Paper form

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Follow up

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Application Process

Admission by each engineering institute

Per fieldPer Region…

One single application form

Research of scholarshipsEiffelEmbassyRegionGrandes EcolesCompanies…

Free of charge

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Report to student before final choice(example for 2 Years) (personal web page of the student)

The tuition fees can be different from one institute to another,The financial support can be different from one institute to another,The curriculum of the degree is different,

A large choice and the final decision is made by the student

Up to this stage it is free of charge (no application fees, cancellation)

Engineering Institutes Tuition fees+

cost of living

Scholarship

EU Region Institutes Companies

School T

School B

School G

School C

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Conclusions

Promotion,Evaluation, Preparation of studentsControl of documents (ex: 1 specific person in China)Recruitment and admission,

one application form but different admission criteria, continuous process from August up to April with 3 common deadlines,joint offer, several offers “cercle vertueux” competition between French Institutes

Welcome and assistance,Cultural and Linguistic adaptation,Training,Funding, (several offers)Alumni follow up

Mutualisation

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www.nplusi.comJean-Pierre TROTIGNON (2005)

[email protected]

• Transfer to new fields in France

• Law Faculties (Edudroit),

• Art Schools (EduArt),

• Management,

• Humanities

• Sciences

• Exportation of the scheme (?) for French students and others

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On line Interviews

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European HarmonizationL-M-D (LICENCE-MASTER-DOCTORATE)

History

Sorbonne Declaration (1998) : First act regarding the European space for higher education signed by Germany, France, Italy and UK,

Bologna Declaration (1999) : Extension to 25 others European countries,

Prague Conference (2001) : Extension to professional training and definition of the European credit transfer system ECTS.

Berlin Conference (2003) : Accreditation

Bergen Conference (2005) : 5 new adhesions, Quality assessment, Introduction of Validation of professional experience (VAE),

2010 : Main objective : achievement of the common construction

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History

Sorbonne Declaration (1998) : Germany, France, Italy and UK,

Bologna Declaration (1999) : Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, Greece, Hungry, Ireland, Island, Leetonia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Pays-Bas, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Swiss,

Prague Conference (2001) : Croatia, Cyprus, Turkey ,Berlin Conference (2003) : Albania, Andorra, Serbia et Montenegro, Bosnia Herzegovina, Vatican, Russia, Macedonia.

Bergen (2005) : Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Ukraine, Moldavia

European HarmonizationL-M-D (LICENCE-MASTER-DOCTORATE)

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1/6 ► Adoption of a system easy to understand and to compare.

European harmonization, organization in semesters and bridges between Universities and Engineering Institutes,Motivation : Help European citizens to enter in the work market, and give a better competitiveness to the European higher education system in the world.

2/6 ► Adoption of the higher education system based on the L-M-D :• Licence (Bachelor) (qualification to work),• Master (Pro, Research, Titres d’ingénieurs diplômés)• Doctorat (PhD)

European HarmonizationL-M-D (LICENCE-MASTER-DOCTORATE)

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3/6 ► Set up of a common system of credits which can be transferred. (European Credit Transfer System)

Credits could be obtained out of the higher education system (byprofessional experience), after long life training or by credit of studies made abroad.

European HarmonizationL-M-D (LICENCE-MASTER-DOCTORATE)

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4/6 ► Promotion of Mobility :

Help students to travel in the European space by reducing the administrative obstacles.Promote mobility to professors, researchers, administrative staff and take these periods spent abroad in the career.

5/6 ► Help the cooperation in terms of evaluation of quality and methodology,

6/6 ► Cooperation in the participation to networks

European HarmonizationL-M-D (LICENCE-MASTER-DOCTORATE)

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Number of credits

1 credit ECTS is equivalent to 20 h working time (course, tutorial, laboratory, workshop, and personal work)

Training unit (unité d’enseignement UE)

The training unit is the constitutive block for a curriculum.Each training unit corresponds to a topic (discipline)1 UE corresponds to 6 credits ECTS i.e. 120 hours of work.

Semester

A semester is equivalent to 30 credits, i.e. 5 UE

European HarmonizationL-M-D (LICENCE-MASTER-DOCTORATE)

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Grades L-M-D(level of competence)

• Licence (Bachelor) (qualification to work),

• Master (Pro-Research, Titres d’ingénieurs diplômés)

• Doctorat (PhD)

Number of credits

180 credits

300 credits or licence + 120

Master + 180 credits

European HarmonizationL-M-D (LICENCE-MASTER-DOCTORATE)

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Electronic form

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