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CTI labelled engineers in the global economy

Based on its unique membership and experience, CTI considers both the academic and professional aspects of curricula.

All over the world, « engineer » is either an academic diploma, or a professional accreditation, or both. Based on its unique membership and experience, CTI considers both aspects.

Due to its high level of requirements, CTI does evaluate and label programmes only at the master’s level.

CTI labelled programmes must be conducted by high quality academic staff and have strong links with research and innovative pedagogical methods.
On the other hand, they must be strongly vocationally oriented and organised in cooperation with partner industries. Their curriculum must comprise high level training in project management, in economy and human sciences. Finally, they must provide work experience placements.

Holding an engineer degree from a CTI labelled institution is a passport for a rich professional and international career.


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