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Third edition of the ChangeNOW - Les Echos START ranking of schools most committed to ecological and social transition: EIVP ranks 5th in the engineering school category!

Congratulations to our member school EIVP, which comes in at 5ᵉ place in this year's ranking of Engineering Schools most committed to ecological and social transition.

This third edition of the ranking is carried out by Les Échos START and ChangeNOW with Deloitte.


It assesses and values the integration of environmental and social issues in schools according to six criteria:
● The integration of environmental and social issues within the program
● The strength of the graduate network in the impact sector
● The formation of the school's governance and CSR strategy
● Diversity and equal opportunity
● The involvement of impact student associations
● Employability and academic excellence.

For this 2023 edition, the ranking brought together a total of 61 higher education establishments, including 26 business schools and 35 engineering schools. The assessments cover all areas of training, and are not confined to specialized courses in sustainable development.

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"Based on a cross-disciplinary, multidisciplinary approach to urban engineering, the École des Ingénieurs de la Ville de Paris has always been resolutely committed to meeting societal and environmental challenges. On a day-to-day basis, EIVP graduates are agents of change, implementing solutions that meet the challenges of the climate emergency facing cities and regions. More broadly, they contribute to building a sustainable, equitable and inclusive future." Franck Jung, Director of EIVP

EIVP came first in the "Training", "Diversity and Inclusion" and "Alumni Network in Impact" categories, and third in the "Community Life" category.


These results reflect the collective commitment of all EIVP players, including students, staff, teacher-researchers, associations, institutional partners, teaching and research chairs, companies and many others.


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