As a public post secondary education institution, Supméca trains mechanical engineers with a strong scientific and technical culture, renowned for their competency and skills in numerical engineering, design and manufacturing.
Supméca engineers are particularly valued in the business world. In addition to their advanced scientific skills and versatility in mechanical engineering, they are known as field engineers who have:
From as soon as the first year, students have the opportunity to develop mechanical engineering projects and to use an international collaborative-engineering platform. In the second year, they experience what it is to work for a real design office. And in third year, they carry out a Summary Project related to their chosen course pathway.
All research activities conducted at Supméca have been integrated into the QUARTZ laboratory (no. EA 7393) since 2015. They revolve around 5 key themes:
Since the creation of the CESTI in 1956, Supméca, which started using this name in 2003, has been consistently updating its training programmes in order to train the types of engineers the industrial world needs. The business world has always been at the very heart of the training offered at Supméca.
In january 2018, Supméca becomes the fifth school to enter the ISEA Group. This group gathers aerospace engineering higher education institutions in France under a single umbrella organization to promote the development of research and teaching in aerospace engineering while expanding the reach of its members.
Since the writing of the Agenda 21 action plan and signing of a sustainable development charter in 2010, Supméca has been actively committed to sustainable development and social responsibility.