INSA Lyon

INSA Lyon. Nasionale Instituut vir Toegepaste Wetenskappe in Lyon

INSA Lyon Details

  • land : Frankryk
  • Stad : Lyon
  • Akroniem : INSA
  • gestig : 1957
  • Studente (ongeveer.) : 6000
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INSA Lyon is die voorste ingenieurswese skool in Frankryk.

Hy is verheug oor jaarliks ​​'n verskeidenheid van profiele van die beste eindexamen gegradueerdes in die hele Frankryk. Elke akademiese jaar, ons aansoeke ontvang van meer as 14,000 hoë-skool studente, byna 'n duisend van wie toegelaat.

Alles, 37% van nuwe studente is vroue, 33% toekenninghouers, en 33% buitelandse studente. Meer as 100 nasionaliteite verteenwoordig onder ons studente, wat spandeer vyf jaar op ons kampus studeer verskeie ingenieurswese kursusse. Dit is 'n groot voordeel van ons skool waar werwers is bekommerd. Ons is trots op die feit dat ons gegradueerdes altyd werk so vinnig te vind, bevestiging van die toepaslikheid van die onderwys wat ons aan die vereistes van die besigheid en industrie, waarmee ons werk hand-aan-hand op 'n daaglikse basis.

Wat stel ons skool uitmekaar is hierdie vermoë om sterk bande te ontwikkel. Dit begin by 'n ryke studentelewe op die kampus, te danke aan die optrede van meer as 130 klubs en verenigings.

Dit word ook weerspieël in die gevoel van behoort aan die kant van 'n hele gemeenskap, insluitend studente, administratiewe personeel en navorsers, wat almal aktief by te dra tot die sukses en ontwikkeling van die skool.

Sedert sy ontstaan, die INSA model was nog altyd geassosieer met spesifieke waardes; waardes wat ons voortdurend daarna streef om te dien en, meer as ooit, oordra. Diversity, uitnemendheid, openheid en innovasie is die dryfkragte agter INSA Lyon, watter, in die loop van byna 60 jaar van sy bestaan, gaan voort om 'n avant-garde en vasberade moderne visie van ingenieurswese verpersoonlik. INSA ingenieurs is in 'n liga van hul eie. Hulle spog met 'n uitstekende wetenskaplike en tegniese kundigheid, in staat is om die begrip van die kwessies in die hart van hul maatskappye, en aktief by te dra tot die ontwikkeling van hul wêreld.

Dit is 'n wêreld waarin INSA Lyon het ten doel om 'n maatstaf geword. Op die hoër onderwys toneel, Dit is een van die top 10 ingenieurswese skole in Europa. Dit het ook die roeping om 'n sentrum vir navorsing en innovasie erken oor die hele wêreld geword het, 'n vennoot van keuse vir besigheid en industrie.

Eric Maurincomme
Direkteur
INSA Groep President

NSA Lyon is 'n toonaangewende ingenieurswese skool met 'n sterk humanistiese waardes wat die grondslag van sy sakemodel het gevorm vir meer as 50 jaar.

geskep in 1957 deur filosoof Gaston Berger en Rektor Jean Capelle, INSA Lyon is die oudste en grootste van die ses skole waaruit die INSA Groep.
INSA ingenieurs lei loopbane gebou rondom 'n logika van 'n hoë aanpasbaarheid, 'n baanbreker benadering tot die wetenskap en tegnologie, en 'n sterk sin vir sosiale verantwoordelikheid.
Dit kenmerk van die INSA Lyon model is 'n lewende huldeblyk aan sy twee stigters. Dit is vir hulle dat ons die humanistiese verbintenis van die INSA skole skuld, en hul openheid vir verskillende oorsprong, kulture en sosiale agtergronde.

onderwys

Terwyl onderrig in die wetenskappe natuurlik maak die kern van die vyf-jaar ingenieurswese programme, die 'Geesteswetenskappe’ het ook n sentrale rol gespeel sedert die skepping van INSA Lyon in opleiding ingenieurs wat oop is vir die wêreld is.
Benewens die tale, filosofie en kultuur, ons ingenieurstudente baat vind by spesifieke opleiding in die bestuur en kwessies wat inherent is aan die korporatiewe wêreld.

Hierdie lering sluit fondamente van etiese besinning, implementering van innoverende en aktiewe pedagogieë wat daarop gemik is om die studente te voorsien met geleenthede om te leer oor burgerskap, kry outonomie, en die ontwikkeling van 'n gevoel van verantwoordelikheid, terwyl die bevordering van kreatiwiteit en innovasie.

skole / kolleges / Departments / kursusse / fakulteite


  • Rekenaarwetenskap,
  • Biochemistry and Biotechnologies,
  • Bioinformatika,
  • Civil engineering and urban planning,
  • Elektriese ingeneurswese,
  • Energy engineering and environment,
  • Meganiese ingenieurswese (ontwerp, ontwikkeling, plasturgy processes),
  • Industriële ingenieurswese,
  • Materials science and engineering,
  • Telekommunikasie

Geskiedenis


During the 1950s, France experienced unprecedented industrial growth, but at the same time was confronted with a lack of engineers and technicians. Inderdaad, compared with the United States, which was turning out 29,000 graduate engineers a year, numbers in France were low at only 4,500. In some circles, 1955 was to mark a pivotal year for the development of solutions to remedy the shortage of skilled labour.

Motivation was strong in Lyon, notably, to set up a major centre for scientific education and research. The leading economic minds of the day understood that a clear relationship existed between the proper training of managers and the future development of the region. It was at this time that two local figures, Rector Jean Capelle and philosopher Gaston Berger, developed a unique and innovative training model. These two humanists were responsible for the advent of a new concept in engineering education. They came up with a whole new type of school, or rather an institute: the National Institute of Applied Sciences (Institut National des Sciences Appliquées, INSA).

An engineering school of a new kind

As far as ‘founding fathersJean Capelle and Gaston Berger were concerned, INSA Lyon engineers would be in a league of their own. While boasting excellent scientific and technical expertise, they would also be capable of understanding the issues at the heart of their companies, and would actively contribute to the evolution of their world. Not forgetting their capacity for creativity, a lever for innovation.

To train engineers of this calibre, Capelle and Berger developed an education programme structured around a variety of teachings. While the core teaching dealt with the hard sciences, there was much more to the programme than that. And therein lies the added value of the INSA engineer profile, namely in those secondary and compulsory subjects commonly known in INSA jargon as the Humanities. Specific courses were built around languages, musiek, plastic arts, teater, dance and sport, thereby allowing the engineering students to follow a curriculum that combined activities of this nature in addition to their training in the sciences. Tot vandag toe, the secret behind the INSA education model is the enhancing of our studentsability to think beyond the scientific rationality required by their engineering training.

Another specificity of INSA lay in its unique approach to recruiting future engineering students. Post-Baccalauréat applicants were admitted on the basis of their qualifications, thereby contributing to the democratisation of the education system. By proposing this mode of admission, INSA offered an alternative for students for whom several years of preparatory school constituted a risk and a prohibitive cost. Once admitted, the students would live on campus.

On 5th February 1957, the draft law creating the INSA was debated and voted by the French National Assembly. The school was established in Villeurbanne, a neighbouring commune of Lyon, between the Parc de la Tête d’Or and the Parc de la Feyssine. Op daardie tydstip, sommige 90 hectares of land were occupied by military installations, the Société Hippique de Lyon equestrian club, and the telecommunications relay stations of the PTT (the French postal services and telecommunications administration). These were all cleared to make way for this major project that was to mark the advent of a brand new concept in engineering education.
The future school was officially presented in Lyon on 15th February 1957. Rector Jean Capelle was appointed as president and the schedule started speeding up.

An expedited construction schedule

INSA Lyon was scheduled to open in September of the same year, with some 300 students expected. Op die oomblik, the Villeurbanne building site was no more than marshland dotted with the remains of vegetable gardens. Architect Jacques Perrin-Fayolle, winner of the prestigious Prix de Rome award, was responsible for the rapid construction of the buildings necessary to welcome this first year of students.

On 12th November 1957, the school was finally ready to open its doors. Although initially required by law to train both engineers and higher technicians, INSA Lyon quickly specialised in the training of highly-qualified engineers only.


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