Does changing the campus mean changing our model ?
We’re changing our aesthetics, not our philosophy! In the future, as in the past, our role will be to train humanist, socially responsible, entrepreneurial, committed, imaginative, and motivated engineers. Professionals with solid values, capable of balancing scientific and technical demands, economic efficiency, and a sense of compassion.
The vast renovation of the campus represents a transformation; the bricks and mortar evolve and adapt, but the values remain untouched. The choice to remain in the heart of the district where the oldest of our schools was founded in 1885, close to the Catholic University, our historical links with which have never been forgotten, is in itself a clear statement: our essence is not changing.