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EBI Portraits

  • JEAN-MARC FARRUGIA

    Sales Manager Middle East, Suez, graduated in 2008

    With my team we are in charge of developing the group’s activities in the Water and waste sectors for public clients in the Gulf and Iran. This is a new challenging opportunity for me as I left the engineering world to join that of investors, manufacturers and operators.  EBI’s training stands out because from the very first year you are trained to understand the expectations of the industrial world and to practically apply theories in the professional world.

    The + of EBI: Technical skills – Understanding of the professional world – international openness”

  • CHARLOTTE LAHOUTE

    Senior Scientific in Immunology, Sanofi, gratuated in 2004

    “I am a researcher specialised in immunology. My job consists in carrying out pre clinical studies for the development of new drugs that modulate the immune response in cancer patients or patients with autoimmune diseases. Besides allowing me to gain good practical and theoretical knowledge of the biological field, EBI also helped me find out what career path I could follow in this field. With that in mind, and after my internships and the projects I worked on, I chose my professional specialisation. The + of EBI: Organisation - Adaptation – Networking”

  • GUY JAECKEL

    General Manager, DKSH, graduated in 2010

    I am based in Laos where I manage 120 people on all the sales, supply chain, regulation or pharmacovigilance operations, to provide quality drugs. EBI’s position as a generalist school allows for real versatility. It is also one of the rare engineering schools that train you in business acumen, a crucial skill for a manager.

    The + of EBI: Project management - Critical and qualitative analysis - Versatility”

  • CAROLINE LAPORTE

    Regulatory Affair coordinator, Fashion department Chanel, graduated in 2007

    When I joined EBI I wanted to major in Quality and Regulations to work in Cosmetics. EBI’s general teaching approach allows you to adapt to different sectors of activity. I was able to discover the world of fashion as a method engineer, more specifically a REACH project manager, a very specific European regulation on which I had been trained. This level of expertise was instrumental in entering the professional world.

    The + of EBI: Versatility - Multidisciplinarity - Teamwork

  • SOPHIE HAYS-FRICHOT

    Quality Control Manager, Clarins, graduated in 2011

    I’m currently in charge of the quality control of internal finished products. I manage 5 technicians, and also deal with the follow up of the first industrial batches during the launch of new references. EBI offers an “à la carte” training. With the major/minor system, the various projects and the internships you can refine your professional project.

    The + of EBI: Reactivity - Ability to synthesise - Adaptability

  • JONATHAN COEUR

    Managing Director, Coptis Asia-Pacific, graduated in 2011

    I develop IT solutions for Cosmetics R&D laboratories. I have to manage the think tanks and implement long and short-term strategies. Although EBI’s training is for specialist engineers, they opened it up in a way that helps acquire strong academic foundations while remaining pragmatic and flexible. This allows the students to be more versatile, a skill that is an undeniable added-value. EBI engineers are definitely not classic engineers; they are engineers who move with their time and are turned towards the future.

    The + of EBI: Understanding of the profession – Sales techniques – Technical expertise”

  • FREDERIC DE BRUYNE

    Head of Quality, Nestlé group, graduated in 1995

    I am the Quality Manager for all the water related activities of the Nestlé group, that is to say about 100 factories worldwide. What is original about EBI’s training? Its human approach of engineering, the closeness with the teaching staff and its deep sense of industrial reality.  

    The + of EBI: Pragmatism - Creativity - Humanism in practice

  • YVES LE GOFF

    Technical Service Manager for GSK vaccines, graduated in 2007

    I manage a team of 15 people with very different qualifications (workers, technicians, engineers). My main asset for this position is my ability to communicate. In EBI you do not only learn technical skills. In the 4th and 5th years the EBI students can work on group projects (quality, marketing, process…) where they will learn how to cooperate efficiently.

    The + of EBI: Ability to work in a team - Communication -Multidisciplinary

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