About us

The ECPM's mission is to transform students over a three-year programme into trilingual chemists equipped with the practical training required by the chemical industries, and in particular the fields of health, the environment, sustainable development, energy and emerging materials.

The L'ECPMECPM is a part of the University of Strasbourg, recognized internationally for its research in chemistry (16th in this subject in the 2013 Shanghai Ranking – 2 recent Nobel Prize winners: Jean-Marie Lehn in 1987 and Martin Karplus in 2013) and a recipient of the "Excellence Initiative" award.

The ECPM is a member of the Gay-Lussac Federation (FGL), which brings together 20 French schools of chemistry and chemical engineering, as well as the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles (CGE), which represents over 200 engineering schools.

It is also involved locally in Alsace Tech, a network of engineering schools, business schools and schools of architecture in Alsace.

The ECPM is also a member of the Conference of the Directors of French Engineering Schools (CDEFI) and the Engineer Training Studies Committee (CEFI). The school is accredited by the Commission des Titres d'Ingénieur (CTI).

CDEFI - Conférence des Directeurs des Écoles Françaises d'Ingénieurs CTI - Commission des Titres d'Ingénieur EUR-ACE® system - European Accreditation of Engineering Programmes Université franco-allemande Fédération Gay Lussac Alsace Tech - Grandes écoles d'ingénieurs, d'architecture et de management Conférence des Grandes Écoles AICS - Association des Ingénieurs de Chimie Strasbourg