INSA Centre Val de Loire

INSA Centre Val de Loire

INSA Centre Val de Loire was born on January 1, 2014 from the merger of ENI Val de Loire and ENSI de Bourges and is a public school of engineers and landscape designers of the INSA group. 

This campus of the INSA group is accredited to deliver the doctorate. With 200 staff members, teachers, researchers, administrative and technical personnel, the Institute currently trains 1,600 students on its two campuses located in Blois and Bourges. INSA Centre Val de Loire is in the process of developing. It is expected that INSA will have 2000 students by 2022. With this in mind, an ambitious real estate plan including the extension of teaching and research areas as well as sports facilities and housing is planned to accompany this growth over the next 5 years.

NUCLEAR TRAINING AT INSA Centre Val de Loire

INSA Centre Val de Loire offers an engineering course in “industrial risk management” with a specialization in “nuclear energy operational safety“.

This course allows students to specialize in nuclear safety, which includes the ability to analyze a complex industrial problem, propose preventive or corrective actions, analyze the safety of goods and people, study the impact of the industrial process on the environment, prevent major risks and manage financial risks.

STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS WITH COMPANIES

INSA Centre Val de Loire is a regional and national economic player developing research and innovation partnerships with companies. The training provided includes a strong international focus and an acculturation to the business world, which leads to a rate of integration into the job market of more than 90%, six months after graduation. Finally, a very rich and dynamic student life adds to these assets.

Key figures

1,640 

students

 

 

5

specialty departments

 

 

6

research laboratories

 

 

campuses in Blois and Bourges, in the Centre region