Work with us
Do you work in higher education and research, to promote openness to society, with local authorities, in connection with different sectors, in interaction with the economic fabric?
The university carries out research and organises training on a wide range of themes related to public policies for sustainable cities (in the broadest sense): urban planning; infrastructures; security; resilience; inclusiveness; the environment; governance; the energy, digital and ecological transition; sustainable development; travel and mobility, etc.
Renewing the partnership agreement with the Paris - Vallée de la Marne Urban Community
Public sector partners benefit from:
- Expertise that draws on the diversity of skills of the researchers, faculty, engineers and technicians at Université Gustave Eiffel.
- The university's network for setting up projects for research, research-action and foresight.
- Access to student resources for projects or internships
- Tailor-made responses to training needs
- Access to scientific equipment
To encourage economic and social development and innovation while taking account of the sustainable development objectives, our experts contribute to writing voluntary standards.
- On behalf of a ministry, representing a "public policy maker" or "regulatory authority”
- By virtue of membership in a scientific community, by providing "technical support"
Our university also contributes to the Norm'Experts database. [restricted consultation]
The university is also a member of the AFNOR board of directors.
- To find out more about voluntary standards, visit Norm'info.
In October 2022, the university invites you to train in the issues surrounding voluntary standards thanks to the “Standards for Organisational Performance and Influence (NPIO)” University Degree.
During the DSA in Architecture and Urban Planning (post-Master’s level), early-career architects and landscape designers carry out forward-looking studies requested by local authorities, public institutions or private organisations.
These studies closely combine diagnosis and proposals at different scales, from major landscape projects to architecture and the public space. They are located in urban, peri-urban and rural areas and concern a wide range of topics that often include several themes: infrastructure/mobility, tourism, risks, heritage, urban renewal, the city/nature, etc.
The postgraduate Post-Carbon Architecture (PoCa) course is inherently forward-looking and exploratory and is an innovative course combining architecture and technical thinking. This latter aspect combines the acquisition of analytical tools with the implementation of case studies from the construction sector. All projects bring together the school and its external partners such as project managers, construction companies and manufacturers.
During Master 1, an urban diagnosis workshop allows a group of students, who receive methodological supervision from teachers and partner professionals of the EUP, to carry out a study commissioned by an operational actor (local authority, agency, design office, social landlord, association, etc.), between October and January.
During Master 2, the workshop takes place from October to March to allow students to respond to a request for an in-depth study leading to proposals. The workshops are organised within the different specialised tracks: housing, urban renewal, public space, environment, mobility, programming and management, participation and taking account of uses, international expertise, economic development, etc.
UNIVCAMP, is an annual event that officially presents the innovative projects proposed by students on the Digital Innovation Management (MITIC) and Property (MIPI) Master’s courses, accompanied by supportive clients and tutors for a whole academic year. These innovative projects generate sustainable ecosystems with a firm focus on the city of tomorrow.