1965-02-01

Engineering Education from a French Point of View 650138

In France there are two types of institutions of higher scientific education: the Faculties of Science and the “Grandes Écoles.” The former train researchers and teachers, and the latter train cadres for industry.
In order to train specialists for the Petroleum and Automotive Industries, the Institut Français du Pétrole (French Petroleum Institute) extends its recruiting of students for the École Nationale Supérieure du Pétrole et des Moteurs (Higher National School of Petroleum and Engines) over and beyond these two traditional types of training. Its educational doctrine is based on the necessity of providing fundamental knowledge as the only way of successfully tackling present-day and future problems.

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