École Centrale de Paris Information Session (4/17)
École Centrale de Paris Information Session
In 1829, the École Centrale des Arts et Manufactures was created by four persons with a particularly open minded approach to the development of Industrial Sciences. Twenty years after its creation, the young engineering graduates of École Centrale de Paris occupied leading positions in industry, where they attracted attention by their sense of innovation, their team spirit, and their competence as managers. Every major industrial sector was launched and developed under the impulse of Centraliens. The Portrait Gallery of the Alumni BLÉRIOT (1895), EIFFEL (1855), LATECOËRE (1906), LECLANCHÉ (1860), MICHELIN (1877), PEUGEOT (1895), SCHLUMBERGER (1907)... all left their mark in the history of industrial development at the end of the 19th century, and today are considered as references for creativity and success.
To learn more about the program:
Tuesday, April 17th
12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.