EBI’s pedagogy relies largely on managing innovative projects defined with the help of the students, who come up with over 70 projects per year. Student development is based on three major skills: techniques, project management and management. The principles of the learning programme implemented for the development of entrepreneurial skills are used to document innovation: Economy and Business, Integrated Management and company creation. This strategy was established in 1992 when EBI was founded. Since then, EBI has gained national and international recognition and has taken part in several innovation competitions in the environment, food, cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries, all key sectors.
Over the last two years EBI has taken part in 10 different competitions and won 13 awards
Incubation: future managers…
if we exclude the innovative projects conducted as part of the academic career, entrepreneurship mobilises 20% of the engineer graduates (certified CTI data) with 134 students and young alumni pre-incubated and incubated or having created their own company.