lifelong skills development

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Concrete responses to changing skills requirements.

In the face of the rapid changes in industry and occupations, training is more necessary than ever. Arts et Métiers offers its expertise to employees and other workers to contribute to their employability throughout their working lives.

All employees and workers are now considered to be the main players in their own professional development and skills adaptation. This ambition, which arrived with the 2014 vocational training reform, is a perfect match for the Arts et Métiers approach: offering a wide range of training arrangements and activities to meet all the needs of businesses and their employees. These courses are also open to job seekers and students.

Using the progress of the research and expertise of each campus as a basis, Arts et Métiers many programs are constantly developing and adapting.

It is also possible follow a Specialised Engineering course over three years. Designed for job seekers and students, the Mastère Spécialisé© provides cutting-edge expertise in a specific field or role.

Arts et Métiers also offers short and bespoke training courses for companies – which can then promote their employees' skills as well as those of workers on individual training leave and job seekers.

école nationale supérieure d'arts et métiers
chapeau
6000
students
diplome
2000
graduating students per year
Fiole
14
Laboratories
Partenaire
170
international partners
Groupe d'étudiants assis par terre devant un campus

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The 3rd workshop of the AM² Transatlantic partnership, jointly led by Texas A&M Engineering (TEES) and Arts et Métiers was held in Texas A&M University Campus, College Station, Texas, during Oct 16-18

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More than 1000 students will be participating this year at the 45th annual « inter gadzarts » student  athletic union.

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During a visit organised by the French Mexican University House in Toulouse, Arts et Métiers welcomed a delegation from the University of Nuevo León, the University Counsellor at the Mexican Embassy in P

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