Yncréa Hauts-de-France training combines the scientific and the humanistic approach in order to train engineers that will be aware of their environment and internationally minded.
A Yncréa Hauts-de-France engineer will ultimately become a “global engineer”.
Training That Combines Several Dimensions:
- Sciences and Technologies
- Administration and Management
- A Human and Social Approach
The students also train themselves in research and innovation in the framework of projects which they are assigned. The titles of engineer delivered by HEI, ISA and ISEN Lille are accredited by the French Commission for Engineering Accreditation (CTI).
Different Types of Training
In addition to the title of engineer, the schools integrate different types of training. Apprenticeship is now a solid part of Yncréa Hauts-de-France training, it allows students with a highly technical Bac+2 background to obtain an engineering degree.
The schools also offer Bachelor Degrees, des professional degrees, and Master’s.
New Avenues for Admission
Yncréa Hauts-de-France schools ensure the integration of different types of students in their programs.
The schools have already started to integrate students from STI2D and ES disciplines into their integrated preparatory courses. The diversity of candidate profiles is a real asset for the students that work in the multi-skilled teams.
The Humanity Brand
The ultimate goal of the “brand” is to confirm the ability of a future engineer to understand and evaluate a process in view of the challenge of sustainable and responsible development, which tries to balance the data on the environment (Planet), economics (Prosperity) and social responsibility (People).
The students of Yncréa Hauts-de-France can volunteer to obtain the Humanity Label, developed at the Polytechnic Institute of Lille, which HEI ISA and ISEN Lille belong to along with ICAM and the Faculty of Science and Technology.
The Humanity Brand offers the student an opportunity to appreciate his/her relationship with his/her environment in the larger sense of the word, and to evaluate his/her ability to take responsibility for it.
For this, the student voluntarily commits to participate in a course via remote learning (e-learning), to attend training conferences, work in groups on the RSE, select courses related to sustainable development, and give feedback on internship experiences or related activities.
A New Master’s Program in 2014: The H2E Master’s Degree
This new H2E Master’s Degree (Habitat Energy Environment) is designed mostly for international students to train them in the challenges facing the habitat and the mobility of tomorrow, of the intelligent city and energy transition. This new training draws from the expertise of the three schools which are combined for the composition of the program.