Campus offshore

Centrale Nantes Mauritius Campus

With the opening of a Mauritius Campus in autumn 2016, Centrale Nantes will respond to the increasing demand for engineering education in Africa and the Indian Ocean, and extend its own international presence.

Ecole Centrale Casablanca

The Ecole Centrale Casablanca was inspired by a strategic partnership between École Centrale Paris (now Centrale Supélec) and the Ministry for Industry, Commerce and New Technologies in the Kingdom of Morocco. The agreement relating to the creation of the École Centrale Casablanca was signed on April 3, 2013 in the presence of His Majesty, King Mohammed VI, and the President of the French Republic, François Hollande. The École Centrale Casablanca opened its doors in September 2015 with a post-preparatory thee-year Engineering program and a Specialized Masters degree.

Mahindra Ecole Centrale

MEC was founded in September 2013, officially opening its doors in August 2014.  It is the fruit of collaboration between Tech Mahindra, an Indian company, Centrale Paris and Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad. The school is based on the same model as the Ecoles Centrales in France.

Centrale Beijing

Centrale Beijing has welcomed around 100 Chinese engineering students per year since it opened its doors in September 2005. After one year of intensive study of French, each student follows a five-year programme to obtain a double diploma (French and Chinese).
Published on March 17, 2017 Updated on June 19, 2019