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INSA Centre Val de Loire

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Technopôle Lahitolle, 88 Boulevard Lahitolle
Bourges - France


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The Centre-Val de Loire National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA Centre Val de Loire) is a public engineering school of the INSA Group. Located on the Blois and Bourges campuses in the Centre region, the INSA Centre Val de Loire trains multidisciplinary and entrepreneurial landscape architects and engineers over five years, equipping them with an inclusive, open mind and a high level of scientific and humanistic knowledge.

The INSA Centre Val de Loire was established on 1 January 2014 following the merger of the ENIVL and ENSIB.

4 engineering degrees and 1 landscape architecture degree

Having absorbed these two schools, the Institute now awards four engineering degrees: Energy, Risk and the Environment together with the Cher Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) Hubert Curien CFSA (Apprentice Further Training Centre) in Bourges, Industrial Systems Engineering, Industrial Risk Control and Information Technology and Cybersecurity.The Institute was extended on 1 January 2015 when it absorbed the National Graduate School for Nature and Landscape, which has now become the "School for Nature and Landscape" department. This will award the Landscape Architect Degree after a five-year higher education course leading to a Master's.

What's more, just like all of the INSA schools, the Centre-Val de Loire INSA is authorised to award PhDs.With 200 members of staff – teachers, research professors, administrative and technical staff – the Institute now trains 1,400 students on its two campuses in Blois and Bourges. As the youngest member of the INSA Group, the Centre-Val de Loire INSA is part of a development drive. 2,000 students are expected to enrol at the INSA in 2019. With this in mind, an ambitious real estate plan entailing the extension of teaching and research premises as well as sports facilities and accommodation is in the pipeline to cater to this growth over the next 5 years.