The school became INSA Strasbourg in 2003, joining the INSA schools of Lyon, Rennes, Rouen and Toulouse.
While INSA schools all come under the same umbrella, they have each kept their own identity, based on their history, origins, economic environment and centres of excellence based on specific areas of expertise.
The INSA network is France's main source of engineers: 12% of the country's engineers graduate from INSA schools each year. So far, more than 42,000 INSA engineers are working in countries throughout the world.
Websites of the other INSA schools:
INSA schools are united in training engineers of the future through a deeply ingrained set of common values. .
INSA engineers are all experts in their own particular field and possess a solid scientific and technological grounding and know-how.
INSA graduates possess the interpersonal and man-management skills required in corporate life. As a key element in companies and a proponent of corporate commitment he/she has an excellent understanding of economic, social and human issues
to develop strong relationships with industry ,
to help drive economic development,
to develop their international outlook.
The INSA network draws its engineers from a common pool of qualified school leavers
Find out more about the INSA network on the INSA France website