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|Ecole d'Electricité et de Mécanique Industrielles de Paris|
|Motto||Votre vie d'ingénieur commence ici ("Your engineering life starts here")|
|Type||Engineering school, Grandes écoles|
|Established||1990, Can be traced back to the Ecole d’Electricité et de Mécanique Industrielles de Paris established 1901 in Paris|
|Location||La Rochelle, France|
|Affiliations||Commission des titres d'ingénieur, IngéFrance|
L'Ecole d'Ingénieurs en Génie des Systémes Industriels, also known as EIGSI (can be translated into 'Industrial systems engineering school'), is an engineering school (French Grandes écoles) situated in La Rochelle, a town on the Atlantic Ocean on the west coast of France.
The EIGSI is a generalist engineering school, meaning that all the students are given a truly multidisciplinary education. In their fourth year, out of five, a specialisation can be chosen between: mechanical engineering, mecatronics, information systems, energy and environment, industrial management.
Upon completion of the 5 years of study, and the required industry internships, a Master of Engineering is delivered (equivalent to 'diplôme d'ingénieur' in the French system).
The EIGSI was placed at the 25th position out of 67 in a 2009 survey comparing similar engineering school across France.
Video presentation of EIGSI on YouTube: [www.youtube.com]
Detailed data for EIGSI from the 2009 survey: [www.letudiant.fr]