Through projects, students put in practice the tools and knowledge aquired during their training, they gain experience, and they get to apply project management best practices regarding scheduling time and resources, taking constraints into account, costs, …

We distinguish three kinds of projects:

  • school projects: those students get to practice while apprentices are working in their company,
  • integration projects: both students and apprentices participate; those projects require the integration of all the skills aquired during the school year,
  • industrial projects: those are real case studies during which students work with partner businesses.

Those projects enable the exploration of cross-disciplinary knownledge, practical experience, and strengthening managerial skils (responsibility, team leadership, constraints validation, quality procedure, communication with technical teams, customers and end-users, …).

Some examples

Some examples of projects: