Phelma celebrates tenth anniversary

Categorie(s) : Education, MINATEC, News

Published : 4 June 2018

In 2008 Mina-News reported on the creation of the then-brand-new Phelma engineering school that resulted from the merger of ENSEEG, ENSERG, and ENSPG. The name Phelma was selected from around 20 candidates, including PEM, Phytec, Phynatec, and ENS MINATEC!

This year, Grenoble Institute of Technology’s Phelma engineering will celebrate its tenth anniversary with a slate of events for students, graduates, staff, and corporate partners. A special VIP event is planned for December 20.

The school has enrolled 3,500 students and signed nearly 10,000 internship agreements since 2008. It has expanded its course catalog, created alternating work-study programs to give students hands-on experience, and has ventured into new fields like biotechnology and IoT.


Read (or re-read) the 2008 article (in French):

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