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HEI (Advanced Studies in Engineering) is an engineering university created in 1885, recognized by the French government and accredited by the French Engineering Accreditation Commission CTI since 1935.  The school has two campuses:  Lille and Chateauroux.

HEI Trains General Non-Specialized Engineers

HEI trains non-specialized engineers, able to lead large-scale high-tech projects and to manage teams in an international and multi-cultural context.  The school focuses on its unique strengths:  It’s close relationship with the world of business and economics, a humanistic approach and engineering educational method that is tied to new career fields.

HEI Objectives

  • Are in line with the needs of the business and economic world
  • Ensure that young engineers are employable
  • Put the student at the core of its core priorities


HEI – 13 rue de Toul
CS 40 007
59046 Lille Cedex
03 28 38 48 58
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The 3 HEI Career Fields: Training (Initial, Ongoing and Apprenticeship) / Research / Innovation Technology Transfer to Businesses.

The School’s Core Subjects

  • Building Architectural Planning
  • Building and Public Works
  • Mechanical Design
  • Habitat, Energy and the Environment
  • Electrical Energy Systems and Automation
  • Computer Science and Information Technology
  • Healthcare and Medical Engineering
  • Mechatronics and Robotics
  • Business Organization and Management
  • Chemical Processes for Environmental Engineering
  • Technology Innovation and International Textile Management
  • Industrial Management and Logistics Systems
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Banking, Finance and Insurance


The school has 4 research centers:

  • Electrical Networks – Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • New and Innovative Materials
  • Healthcare Technology and Sustainable Chemistry Processes
  • Habitat, Energy and the Environment (focus on transverse dynamics)