French Taught Programs

ITECH offers most of its programs in French. These include:

MS Eng taught in French

The French program of ITECH’s Masters of Engineering course is identical in content to the one taught in English.

For more information, please visit the dedicated page here (in French).

Preparatory Class PCSI

For applicants wishing to enter ITECH via a preparatory class, the school has 2 partnerships with 2 local institutions in the region. These allow applicants to:

  • Enroll into ITECH without going through a competition (continual assessment)
  • Whilst still having the he possibility of enrolling into other engineering schools through a competition
  • Or to apply via Parcours Sup

Lycée Assomption Bellevue (Lyon) : https://www.assomption-bellevue.fr/

Lycée St Denis (Annonay) : http://www.lyceesaintdenis.com/

For more information, please visit the dedicated page here (in French).

Certificate in Cosmetic & Color Product Formulation

The “Technical manager in cosmetics and formulated colored products” training course trains students with

Length of studies: 10 to 12 months with an internship in a company that last 4 to 6 months.

For more information, please visit the dedicated page here (in French).

Specialized Mastère

The specialized mastère (MS) “Managing project innovation” is a one year training course that aims to train professionals able to plan and undertake innovation within companies. This approach is the interface between technology dynamism and company management, more specifically within the industrial sectors which ITECH trains you for, such as plastic materials, formulation chemistry, textiles and leather.

The training is done by alternating teaching at ITECH with a mission in a company.

For more information, please visit the dedicated page here (in French).

Professional Bachelor’s in Eco-design of Textile Materials

The aim is to train multi-tasking technical managers in the field of production and development of technical and functional textiles (TTF), possessing an overall view of the textile world, of the manufacturing processes and of the quality constraints integral to these textiles.

For more information, please visit the dedicated page here (in French).