-IMT is the leading group of engineering and management graduate schools in French ‘Grandes écoles’ in Information Technology and Management, France, supporting innovation and business development.
- IMT’s schools form a powerful group, complementing one another and working cohesively together. Their mission is to train business graduates, develop the economy and France’s territories and contribute to innovation and entrepreneurship in the areas of digital, energy, industrial and educational transitions.
- All IMT students are allowed to complete their 3rd year of study at any of its 12 different schools or its strategic partner, Mines Nancy through an Agreement of Mobility between these schools.
-IMT has a reputation of 90% of graduates going straight into permanent work contracts.
-IMT provides a multicultural environment to its students as 38% of its students are international students from 60 different countries.
-IMT has a strong alumni network that guides the students to make their career choices by providing them not only career information, but also facilitating professional networking.
-ITM’s research is the third best in France and a prominent one in European research circles
-Its intense support for business creation through four incubators that have spawned more than 260 firms and created 1,000 jobs in nine years. Every year around one hundred start-up companies leave its incubators.
-IMT has close and varied relations with enterprises through degree programs, continuing education, research and its academic excellence scholarship programs.
-The schools (Grandes Écoles) are accredited by the Commission des Titres d'Ingénieur (CTI) to deliver the French Diplôme d'Ingénieur.
- MT has a strategic partnership with ARMINES, a Mines school-related research organization and with École nationale supérieure des mines de Nancy, dependent on the Ministry of National Education.