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  2. École polytechnique

    The École Polytechnique Foundation is committed to funding the development of l’X. Recognized as a public utility organization, it raises funds for the benefit of students, researchers and teachers, and thus contributes to the outreach of the school. Discover the Foundation.

  3. L'École polytechnique est une école d'ingénieur qui associe recherche, enseignement et innovation au meilleur niveau scientifique et technologique.

  4. École polytechnique - WikipediaÉcole_Polytechnique

    Located in the suburbs of Paris, about 14 km (9 mi) from the city center, École Polytechnique is a campus-based institution. It offers teaching facilities, student housing, dining and hospitality services, and a range of sports facilities dedicated to the 4,600 people who live on campus.

  5. École Polytechnique programs

    École Polytechnique offers a wide range of degree and non-degree programs at the highest scientific and technological level. Our training offer extends from the Bachelor's degree to Executive Education, including the Ingénieur Program, Masters and e-learning.

  6. Bachelor of Science - École Polytechnique

    École Polytechnique is ranked as one of the World's best small universities. As such, the class sizes in the Bachelor Program are voluntarily small, allowing close interaction with professors and better cohesion between students in the program.

  7. Ecole Polytechnique : Rankings, Fees & Courses Details | Top ...

    École Polytechnique, also known as l’X, is a leading French institute which combines top-level research, academics, and innovation at the cutting-edge of science and technology. Its range of academic programs include undergraduate, Ingénieur Polytechnicien, Master’s and PhD programs, which all promote a culture of excellence with a strong ...

  8. École Polytechnique massacre - WikipediaÉcole_Polytechnique_Massacre

    The École Polytechnique massacre (French: tuerie de l'École polytechnique), also known as the Montreal massacre, was an antifeminist mass shooting that occurred on December 6, 1989 at the École Polytechnique de Montréal in Montreal, Quebec. Fourteen women were murdered; another ten women and four men were injured.