EULiST welcomes IMT

EULiST Alliance has been extended to 10 university members with the addition of IMT Institut Mines-Télécom. IMT has several existing ties to EULiST members, including NTUA, and holds the same vision to create one joint European University.

Institut Mines-Télécom is a public institution dedicated to higher education, research and innovation in engineering and digital technology. Always attentive to the economic world, IMT combines academic legitimacy with strong corporate relationships. Focusing on key transformations in digital technology, industry, energy and education, IMT trains the engineers, managers and PhDs who will play an active role in the major changes of the 21st century. Its activities are conducted in ten Mines and Télécom graduate schools under the authority of the Ministry of the Economy and Industry, in addition to one subsidiary school and three partner institutions, which are either associates or under contractual agreements. IMT schools are among the most prestigious graduate schools in France.

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