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During the whole day of April 20th, 2018 from 08:00 to 18:00 (Paris Time) the n+i team will be available to answer any question you may have.

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It is a good opportunity to ask us anything about, engineering studies in France or your "n+i" process:

Examples:
- What is Network n+i and what services/assistance do you provide?
- To discuss about the engineering programs available on n+i
- To discuss the offers you've received as a registered n+i applicant
- Questions about the "n+i" procedure (invoice, payment, documents for the visa procedure etc.)
- Any other questions you may have about engineering studies in France ...!

Students, parents, professors are welcomed to join this event and will be able to chat with us. We are looking forward to meeting you.

This webinar will done in english and can be join on PC/Mac, Tablet computer (iPad, Android), Smart-phone (iOS, Android).

Use this link to register or connect directly to the webinar:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7763340832090404099

Do you have a master's degree and would like to pursue a PhD in France?
You are already enrolled in a PhD but you are looking for a unique training by research?

The Network "n + I”, in partnership with ANRT, Campus France, Arts et Métiers, offers a special program for you! the FIER-DOC "French innovative Experience in Research".

You have until June 15, 2018 to register and participate in the 2019 spring session which will begin February 1, 2019 with 2 months of course in Paris followed by a research internship in one of the many French laboratories associated.

After a FIER-DOC there are several possibilities for funding the doctoral thesis including grants co-funded by French companies (CIFRE Program ANRT).

RECRUITMENT for Spring Session 2019
June, 15th: deadline for application and validation
September, 15th: online offers of labs to candidates
December, 31st: deadline for payments
February 1st - March 31st: FIER-DOC Seminar at ENSAM
April 1st - June 27th: internship in a research lab
June 28th – 30th: end of FIER-DOC, final seminar at ENSAM

More information:
http://www.nplusi.com/articles/362/FIER_DOC_French_Innovative_Experience_in_Research

You want to study engineering in France?
Here's how Network "n+i" can help you




Network "n+i" today announced its new partnership with Enago, a leading author service provider that specifically caters to the large section of the global research community for whom English is a second language (ESL).

As part of this partnership, schools and associated research laboratories benefit from preferential access to Enago services.

For more details, please visit n+i-Enago landing page: https://enago.com/nplusi

Enago reinforces its reputation with French laboratories associated with "n+i" schools who host a large community of national and international researchers.



"With a special emphasis on training for engineers aiming at an international career, we have created a complete suite of programmes (collectively known as the path to success). One such programme is "FIER-DOC French Innovative Experience in Research" intended for candidates who are pursuing or completed their Master's degree and want to eventually to pursue on a doctoral thesis to attain a PhD", explained Georges Santini, Executive Director, Network "n+i".

He added, "We recognize the importance of internationalisation and the increased role of advanced higher education in publishing cutting-edge research results from across the globe. And for this reason, we are extremely pleased that this partnership with Enago will not only increase our support for our students but also give all our young engineers a truly unique and international research experience in France."



"We are very pleased to collaborate with "n+i" consortium and facilitate its 'path to success' research training initiatives. Through this collaboration, Enago will play an instrumental role in helping young engineering researchers for the preparation and submission of a perfect research manuscript.

Having easy access to the manuscript preparation services provided by Enago will not only accelerate the process of publishing high-impact research but also ensure that specific author needs are taken care of during the editorial process"
, added Rajiv Shirke, VP Global Operations, Enago.




Network "n+i" is a not-for-profit consortium links together 50+ Graduate Engineering Schools and specialised training programmes in all areas of engineering. The "n+i" consortium represents more than 30,000 student engineers and 250 research laboratories spread over 40 cities and 18 regions of France.

It is also currently the largest engineering network in France that strives to help science and engineering students and young engineers wishing to pursue their Masters or PhD education in France.

Make Our Planet Great Again proposes 4 programs to welcome international students and researchers in France.

International students (in short-programs, or Master or Doctorate programme) can apply for grants and financial aids for a project in relation with: Climate science, Energetic transition, Earth system

The online application forms will be opened on March 12th, 2018. Deadline is April 6th (March 30th for doctoral program)

More information and application on http://makeourplanetgreatagain.campusfrance.org

The Session 2 MCQ online test will take place on March 17th, 2018 at 14h00 (Paris Time)

The purpose of the MCQ test in mathematics is to help students in their orientation and their choice of training.

We remind that all "n+i" applicants must take an online MCQ in Mathematics, regarding of their session of application.

Only applicants with a completed electronic form and who have paid the administrative fees will be able to participate to the official MCQ test of Session 2.

Important: a training MCQ is available only for applicants with a completed electronic form.

More information will be given on the personal page of the students.

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We remind you that these are the last days to register on www.nplusi.com for Session 2.

Session 2 is the last session for candidates with a minimum of A2 level in French.

If you are interested by one of the following "n+i" programmes:
- PreMaster
- Master
- PostMaster

You must complete the procedure of application on www.nplusi.com before March 11, 2018.

Note that you will also to join an online interview and take the MCQ test in Mathematics on March 17th, 2018.

Results of academic selection will be given on April 9th,2018.

Whatever your background or specialism, put together a team and take part in the first "The Trail by VINCI Construction" challenge by developing an ambitious project that will take the construction industry to the next level.


If your team is chosen, you'll all be invited to a 2-day final in France – featuring a sports challenge – with other teams from all over the world!

Join the "Trail by Vinci" opened for all "n+i" students in France or abroad.


First Prize, a trip for each member of the first team will win a private visit of an exceptional VINCI Construction project in Europe, Asia or South America (tickets and accommodation for 2 nights, all inclusive)

Other prizes are described on: https://www.agorize.com/fr/challenges/thetrail?lang=en


VINCI Construction is France's leading construction company and a major player in the worldwide construction sector. Its 1000 companies employ 71,000 people in some 100 countries.


VINCI Construction is a member of Network "n+i".

A doctorate after a master's degree!

You have a master's degree and want to get a doctorate?
More than 100 French research laboratories associated with the Network "n+i" are waiting for you.

The Network n+i offers a special program for you!
The FIER-DOC French innovative Experience in Research.

Register now, application for the Autumn Session (arrival in France on October 2018) will end on February 1st, 2018.

After this date, the next FIER-DOC application session will be for an arrival in February 2019.

If you are interested on Engineering studies abroad and ask yourself questions such as :
- Why study engineering in France?
- What are the programmes available for international students?
- What are the requirements (academic and language) to study in France?

If you have other questions, and want to get more information, register the "n+i" webinar on: "Engineering studies in France" on February 13th 2018 at 14h (Paris time).

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1781050895601220609

Students, professors, parents, every person interested in the engineering studies in France are welcomed to this webinar.



Session 2 is the last session for non-French speaking candidates who do not have at least a B2 level in French.

Before March 11st: applicants must complete their application including their authenticated documents in order to be examined for validation and to be presented to all "n+i" institutes.

After this date, Session 3 will be opened only for applicants with a specific profile, for more details see: http://www.nplusi.com/articles/185/Schedule

The n+i team thanks you for your trust and wishes you a happy new year under the sign of excellence.


He is from Ciudad Juárez, a city on the northern border of Mexico. In 2015, he obtained a degree in Mechatronics Engineering from the Autonomous University of Ciudad Juárez and obtained a scholarship to continue his studies with a master's degree in France.

He had this opportunity thanks to a scholarship program set up by his home university as part of an agreement with Network "n+i", a consortium of 50 major French engineering schools including INSA Strasbourg.

Read the full interview of Nestor Santos on the international blog of INSA Strasbourg.

Spanish version: http://international.insa-strasbourg.fr/nestor-santos-joven-titulado-mexicano-primero-de-la-promocion-2017-en-mecatronica-al-insa-estrasburgo/

French version: http://international.insa-strasbourg.fr/temoignage-de-nestor-santos-jeune-diplome-mexicain-meritant-de-linsa-strasbourg/

Nestor Santos from Autonomous University of Ciudad Juárez, graduated with honors from INSA StrasbourgNestor Santos from Autonomous University of Ciudad Juárez, graduated with honors from INSA Strasbourg

Discover the welcome of international sudents in France with Network "n+i".


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The Session 1 MCQ online test will take place on November 18th, 2017 at 14h00 (Paris Time)

We remind that all "n+i" applicants must take an online MCQ in Mathematics, regarding of their session of application.

Only applicants with a completed electronic form will able to participate to the official MCQ test of Session 1.

Important: a training MCQ is available only for applicants with a completed electronic form.

More information is given on the personal page of the students.

The session 1 of recruitment from Network "n+i" institutes is now opened and will end on November 12th, 2017.

The procedure is simple, with only one electronic form you will can apply to 50 institutes. You must have a minimum degree of Bachelor, Btech, BEng, BSc, Benke, Licienciatura, etc.



Register to create your personal « n+i » account and begin your application.

So your application can be examined by all Network "n+i" institutes you must :

  • Complete your electronic form online,
  • upload the authenticated documents,
  • Pay (online) €50 of administrative fees.

Then
  • Accept, at least one interview from "n+i",
  • Take the MCQ test in mathematics on November 18th, 2017.

As your application will be created you will be informed continuously (on your "n+i" page) of the progress of your application .

The proposal of the institutes will be given from December 8th, 2017.

Students who wish to apply to CentraleSupélec must register on nplusi.com and complete their validation of their file (with authenticated documents) before October 25th, 2017.

The selection committee of CentraleSupélec will preselect students who will be requested to pass an entrance examination in Beijing (for chinese) or in Paris, to be officially selected and admitted to CentraleSupélec.

"n+i" applicants will be informed on their personal nplusi.com page of the preselection results from CentraleSupélec and the details of the examination (place and procedure).

12 scholarships of €6 000 upon the €15 000 of CentraleSupélec Master n+ (diplôme d'ingénieur) academic costs will be awarded.

If you are interested on Engineering studies abroad and ask yourself questions such as :
- Why study engineering in France?
- How are organized the engineering studies in France?
- What are the programmes available for international students?
- What are the requirements (academic and language) to study in France?

If you have other questions, and want to get more information, register the "n+i" webinar on: "Engineering studies in France" on Friday October 13th 2017 at 14h (Paris time).

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5355187161939083267

Students, professors, parents, every person interested in the engineering studies in France are welcomed to this webinar.

The mission of water engineers is to contribute to sustainable development by optimizing water resources.

Whether they work for local authorities or specialized water management companies, their tasks can include equipment design and management, urban water management, sustainable regional development, environmental protection (natural hydro-systems, waste management and energy hazard management), drilling and catchment, transport, storage, manufacturing of specific water management equipment, water and environment-related civil engineering works, water collection, collective or individual waste and storm water treatment, etc.

Read the n+i factsheet on Why study water management in France? to know more..
Find out more n+i factsheets here: http://www.nplusi.com/fact-sheet.

The recent industrialization of waste management created a need for highly skilled engineers.

They develop efficient and innovative technologies and services with a view to optimizing waste management on every level, from collection to transport, sorting, recycling and recovery.

Waste management is closely related to the environment and covers numerous fields: soils, water, forests, landscapes, etc.

Read the n+i factsheet on Why study waste management in France? to know more..
Find out more n+i factsheets here: http://www.nplusi.com/fact-sheet.

Transportation engineers design and implement projects facilitating the movement of people and goods while taking into account the environment, the existing network as well as many factors such as cost, safety and pollution. Transportation management is closely related to logistics, which is why many logistics engineers work in this sector. The aeronautics, railroad, automobile and shipbuilding industries hire the largest number of young engineering graduates.

Transportation engineering programmes include a number of competence fields, among which are mechanics, information technology, materials, urban planning, civil engineering, maintenance, telecommunication, safety, etc.

Read the n+i factsheet on Why study transportation engineering in France? to know more..
Find out more n+i factsheets here: http://www.nplusi.com/fact-sheet.

Telecommunication / IT engineers possess deep technical knowledge as well as leadership and business skills.

Their work consists in developing and improving communication technologies in a wide range of contexts (landline and mobile phone services, radars, satellites, etc.) and increasingly involves setting up and monitoring networked systems, which are rapidly expanding in many companies.

Telecom engineers are needed in telecommunications companies (telecoms operators, IT services IT and equipment supply companies) as well as in the automobile, computer, shipbuilding, aeronautics and railroad industries.

Read the n+i factsheet on Why study telecommunications engineering in France? to know more..
Find out more n+i factsheets here: http://www.nplusi.com/fact-sheet.

Today, French physics research plays a major role in large research infrastructures dedicated to astronomy, nuclear power, physical oceanography, aeronautics, etc.

It is closely related to mathematics as well as other scientific fields such as chemistry, astronomy and biophysics.

Physical engineers have been involved in the digital revolution since its outset, in technical fields as diverse as electronics, micro-technology, nanotechnology, etc.

Read the n+i factsheet on Why study physics in France? to know more..
Find out more n+i factsheets here: http://www.nplusi.com/fact-sheet.

Organized for a group of 17 students from USA plus one professor, the Rendez-Vous “sustainable development in Paris” was a great success! Discover this programme in video.



You can read some articles from the Press on it:




More information on the "n+i" Rendez-Vous programme : http://www.nplusi.com/rendez-vous

Mechanics is everywhere, which is why mechanical engineers can work in a very wide range of contexts (studies, calculations, trials, methods, manufacturing, maintenance, marketing, etc.) and industrial sectors (transport, equipment, automobile, textile machinery, robotics, shipbuilding, construction, aeronautics, IT, food processing, etc.).

They must therefore possess extensive knowledge not only in science and technology at large, but also in business and project management.

Read the n+i factsheet on Why study mechanical engineering in France? to know more..
Find out more n+i factsheets here: http://www.nplusi.com/fact-sheet.

The scope for the application of mathematics has been steadily increasing and now covers all sectors of the economy: transport, meteorology, climatology, economics, sociology, environment, etc. Furthermore, mathematics is used in every research field (physics, computer science, biology, chemistry, geology) for data analysis (statistics, graphical representation) and modelling purposes.

Mathematical engineers possess cutting-edge theoretical and analytical skills and are therefore eagerly sought after. Outside the academic and public research sectors, there is a high demand for mathematicians in the private and industrial sectors, such as banking, insurance (design of financial products) and high-technology industries (development of new products and technologies), which recruit top-level researchers and engineers.

Read the n+i factsheet on Why study mathematics in France? to know more..
Find out more n+i factsheets here: http://www.nplusi.com/fact-sheet.

Materials engineers possess a wide range of skills and work in a multidisciplinary approach, as they are involved in every step of the manufacturing process of the material they specialize in, from design to production and use. In addition, they must take economic and environmental issues into account.

Materials engineers are needed in a variety of industries: railway, photovoltaic, nanotechnology, automobile, aeronautics, metal, nuclear weapons, polymers, composites, microelectronics, etc. Materials engineering is a highly research-oriented academic field, with 50% of students pursuing PhDs.

Read the n+i factsheet on Why study materials engineering in France? to know more..
Find out more n+i factsheets here: http://www.nplusi.com/fact-sheet.

National Masters degrees ("n+" or "i") delivered by Network "n+i" schools give the same career and employment prospects to foreign and French engineers for positions abroad but also in France.

Reminder: Students with a degree at least equivalent to the master degree may stay working in France, according to the French official text on work permit for foreign graduates (31 May 2012).

These degrees give access to either a visa authorizing to work in France in a company with which an employment contract will be signed or to obtain a temporary authorization of stay in France which allows to stay 6 months to look for work.

In 2016 in France more than 90% of engineering students had job offers before graduating! The average salary of first job in France for a young engineer is € 36,000 gross per year.

Electrical engineers design and implement complex electronic systems that meet the needs of today’s society, e.g. electric vehicles. Their skills are sought after by manufacturing companies (development, design of new components or products), construction firms (electrical installations for all kinds of building structures) as well as energy producers (development of transmission and distribution grids).

Electrical engineers must guarantee users’ safety by ensuring that their installations meet the relevant quality and safety standards.

Read the n+i factsheet on Why study electrical engineering in France? to know more..
Find out more n+i factsheets here: http://www.nplusi.com/fact-sheet.

Computer is a constantly evolving industry; computer engineers must therefore be highly adaptable to new challenges. They must possess a good command of new technologies, be innovative and able to lead both national and international teams.

They often specialize in a given area (management information systems, IT service management, software development, research, expertise and consultancy, etc.) and can be employed by all kinds of companies from various sectors such as aeronautics, electronics, embedded systems, manufacturing, automation as well as the video game and animation industries.

Read the n+i factsheet on Why study computer science in France? to know more..
Find out more n+i factsheets here: http://www.nplusi.com/fact-sheet.

Civil engineers work on various kinds of projects which meet the needs of the population: bridges, tunnels, roads, dams, public and private buildings, power plants, etc.

They are responsible for the design, execution, operation or restoration of construction projects and infrastructures, in areas as diverse as building structures, industrial, urban or hydraulic constructions, transports, etc. Civil engineers must strictly comply with safety regulations and take environmental constraints into account.

Read the n+i factsheet on Why study civil engineering in France? to know more..
Find out more n+i factsheets here: http://www.nplusi.com/fact-sheet.

Pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, agriculture, synthetic materials, metal industry, electronics, aeronautics, health, etc.: any field that involves the processing of materials relies on chemistry for the manufacturing of a wide range of products, from plastics to paint, make-up and beauty care products, adhesives, medications, flavourings and plant protection products.

Nowadays, industrial chemistry also encompasses environmental protection as well as the application of the precautionary principle.

Read the n+i factsheet on Why study chemistry in France? to know more..
Find out more n+i factsheets here: http://www.nplusi.com/fact-sheet.

Automobile engineers are needed at every step of the production process, from design to marketing, which covers a whole host of areas: mechanics, electronics, materials, telecommunication, information technology, acoustics, quality and safety control, maintenance, research and development, etc. Besides, automobile engineers must deal with new energy and environmental constraints and take safety and comfort into account.

Read the n+i factsheet on Why study automobile in France? to know more..
Find out more n+i factsheets here: http://www.nplusi.com/fact-sheet.

Top quality international academic training opens the door to prosperous careers and greater job security. It is an "asset" to adapt to all the economic, technological and political changes of our countries.
Staying at home has, anyway, a cost! Whatever you do !
Funding such a training is, for the student and his family, a very profitable investment in the very short term!


  • A simple calculation!
    It is estimated that, regardless of country and occupation,
    1. It takes 400 € a month to live at home or nearly 10 000 € for 2 years!
      It will cost 20 000 € of living expenses for the same period in France.
    2. The 2-year training offered in France costs on average 15 000 € (or less) compared to a training of the same level in your country.
    3. You have to add 1000 € of air ticket.

  • Internships in France, a financial supplement.
    Internships during Masters studies are compulsory. They generally take place in companies and are paid for periods of more than 2 months (minimum of 565 € per month). If we estimate at least 6 months the duration of the courses it is, at least, 3 400 € that will be thus won during the 2 years in France!

  • A largely successful investment after less than 5 years!
    It remains to be financed around € 20,000 which will be, in general, repaid in less than 5 years thanks to the international engineer's salary (a 20% bonus compared to a national engineer's salary, non-contractual data according to the job, the position and location).

  • No unemployment for engineers!
    National Master degrees ("n +" or "i") awarded by the "n + i" Network schools give the same career and employment prospects to foreign and French engineers for positions abroad as well as La France.

  • By 2016, in France, more than 80% of engineering students had job offers before graduating and the unemployment rate was less than 4% for all 800,000 working-age graduates.

    To find your engineering school, apply on the nplusi website

Individuals possessing a double set of skills (architect-engineers) are increasingly sought after for designing innovative architectural projects that meet the technical requirements for an environment-friendly, sustainable urban development.

Some schools offer dual-degree programmes combining architecture with civil and urban engineering. Today, such dual training is often considered an asset, and sometimes even a requirement.

Read the n+i factsheet on Why study architecture in France? to know more..
Find out more n+i factsheets here: http://www.nplusi.com/fact-sheet.

A leader among European countries, France offers world-renowned, high-quality academic programmes.

Modern agriculture relies on highly-skilled personnel, with more and more engineers holding masters degrees or even PhDs.

Their challenge will be to feed the soon-to-be ten billion people on the planet while complying with essential environmental quality standards; all sectors will be involved.

Read the n+i factsheet on Why study agriculture in France? to know more..

Find out more n+i factsheets here: http://www.nplusi.com/fact-sheet.

The aerospace industry relies on highly qualified staff, one third of which at least are engineers.

They design the equipment and manufacturing processes of the future (research and development), thus covering countless areas: materials, mechanics, energetic, electronics, information technology, telecommunication, physics, etc.

Read the n+i factsheet on aerospace to know more..

Find out more n+i factsheets here: http://www.nplusi.com/fact-sheet.

The Network "n+i" is very happy to announce the École des Ponts ParisTech (created as école nationale supérieure des Ponts et Chaussées) has just joined the 50 top engineering schools as active member.

École des Ponts ParisTech provides a very high-level training program in civil engineering and spatial planning, but offers as well Masters and PhD programs in mechanical and civil engineering, materials sciences, nuclear engineering, applied mathematics, information technology, environmental sciences, urban planning, transportation, economics, and sociology.

http://www.enpc.fr/en/welcome-school

The holders of Bachelor in Sciences (BSc or license) can be candidate in trainings to become engineers in technologies and engineering.

The schools of the Network "n+i" propose job oriented trainings in rapidly growing domains.

For example:


  • A chemist can see proposing trainings in chemical engineering, environment, food safety, etc.

  • A mathematician can integrate a school of statistics, actuarial affairs, or cybersecurity, etc.

  • A Physicist can continue in sciences of materials, in medical engineering, or in nuclear power, etc.



Apply now on http://www.nplusi.com/student/register

Organized for a group of 17 students from USA plus one professor, the Rendez-Vous “sustainable development in Paris” was a great success!

A film will be ready very soon but you can read some articles on it:

Here is some photos of this event:




More information on the Rendez-Vous programme : http://www.nplusi.com/rendez-vous

Start your application now in Session 1 for better chances of selection by the engineering institutes.

Check the 2018 schedule for details.
http://www.nplusi.com/articles/185/Schedule

Welcome to the first n+i students who arrive today, July 15th,2017.


They will join their PIL center for intensive french courses during this summer.


At the "Research and Innovation" meetings organized by Campus France in Paris, the President of Network "n+i" , Jean Michel Nicolle, on behalf of the CDEFI, presented Mrs Frédérique VIDAL Minister of Higher Education for Research And innovation a letter co-signed by the CGE and the CPU, on the attractiveness of French higher education institutions.





You have a master's degree and you wish to pursue a doctoral thesis?
More than 100 French research laboratories associated with the "n + i" network are waiting for you.

The network "n + i" offers a special program for you! The FIER-Doc French innovative Experience in Research.

It is a 5-month program to prepare you for the job of researcher with 2 months seminar in Paris on the governance of research (ethics, societal role of the researcher, security of its data, how to publish, patents, Communication, bibliographical research ...) followed by 3 months of research internship in the laboratory that wishes to enroll you in thesis (more than 40 cities)?

After a successful FIER-Doc, your thesis can be funded by:

  • your university or the scholarship funding organization in your country or
  • by an Eiffel scholarship awarded by the French government (Campus France) or
  • financed by a "CIFRE" scholarship in partnership with a company. A program managed by the ANRT (National Agency for Research and Technology).

Scholarships, depending on the country, are available for this FIER-DOC program.
Apply is free, and we will tell you if you are eligible to a scholarship according to the criteria of the scholarship organization of your country.

Apply now (before August 31, 2017) for the next FIER-Doc that will begin on February 1, 2018 in Paris (next school year will be October 1, 2018).

Since 20 years, the Network "n+i" of Engineering Institutes has enabled 3000 engineers from 80 countries to be trained in France.

EISTI met with Jean-Pierre Trotignon Executive Director of Network n+i, to review this history and development.


http://eisti.fr/fr/article/reseau-ni-un-fort-lien-de-confiance

Yesterday May 30th, the "n+i" team met n+i alumni in Paris.

We had a very pleasant evening discussing with former students about their experience in France and their projects. To see such enthusiasm is a reward for the n+i team.

We we will organize other meetings with n+i alumni, we hope to see more of you next time.

Thanks to participants for this great evening.

The CGE is a public association (french law 1901) which brings together more than 222 Grandes Ecoles (engineering, management, architecture, design, institute of political studies ...), companies, associations and organizations.

CGE is a key player in the field of higher education and academic cooperation. Network "n+i" welcomes the participation of the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles in Network n+i association, which becomes also by reciprocity a member of the CGE association.

The association Bernard Gregory (ABG) has as a mission of general interest to promote the doctorate and professional mobility of doctors from all disciplines into the economic sector.

With the creation of the "FIER-DOC" programme developed in collaboration with Campus France and ANRT, the convergence of interests between Network "n+i" and the ABG association has been formalized around a reciprocal partnership: the two associations becomes member of each other.

Network n+i welcomes ABG as a new member of Network "n+i" association.

This year, "n+i" students from batch 2016 were invited to participate to a Competition of Testimonies.

Participants had the choice to present their "n+i" personal experience the way they would like to, through a video, a poem, music, drawing, comics, etc.
Among the proposal received, the jury selected 5 finalists.

The first Prize "n+i" - Société Générale of €1000 was awarded to Mr ZHAKEYEV Azamat from Nazarbayev University (Kazakhstan), student in ENSMM.

Two second Prize "n+i" - Société Générale of €500 were awarded to Ms BORRERO Catalina from Pontificia Universidad Javeriana (Colombia) student in ENSAIA and Mr ABO SALEH Mahmoud from Zirve University (Syria) student in Polytech Nantes.

April international awarded a "special Prize of the jury" of €500 to Ms ZHANG Qian from China Three Gorges University (China) student in EISTI.

Network "n+i" awarded a "special prize from the Director of Network n+i" of €250 to Ms LUO Yiyi from Wuhan University (China) student in EPF, here is her testimony (drawing)




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The Session 4 MCQ online test will take place on May 6th, 2017 at 14h00 (Paris Time)

We remind that all "n+i" applicants must take an online MCQ in Mathematics, regarding of their session of application.

Only applicants with a completed electronic form and who have paid the administrative fees will be able to participate to the official MCQ test of Session 4.

Important: a training MCQ is available only for applicants with a completed electronic form.

More information will be given on the personal page of the students.

We remind you that these are the last days to register on www.nplusi.com for Session 4.

Session 4 is the last session for French or English speaking candidates with a minimum B2 level.

If you are interested by one of the following "n+i" programmes:
- PreMaster
- Master
- PostMaster

You must complete the procedure of application on www.nplusi.com before May 08, 2017.

Note that you will also to join an online interview and take the MCQ test in Mathematics on May 6th, 2017.

Results of academic selection will be given on May 29th,2017.