Being cosmopolitan by definition, IMT Mines Albi gives everyone the opportunity to broaden their cultural, professional and social horizons.
The international dimension of IMT Mines Albi
- 15% international students on campus each year
- 38 different nationalities
- 54 international speakers and teachers
- 2 compulsory languages in the engineering curriculum (student status)
- 10 foreign languages to choose from: English, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, Portuguese, Sign language
- preparation for language tests (TOEFL, TOEIC...)
- 35 double degrees with foreign universities
- 4 Master's and specialized Master's degree fully in English
- 1 French Summer School held in August
- 83 partnership agreements with foreign universities
- 46 Erasmus agreements
Our students’ experiences
IMT Mines Albi offers several conferences throughout the academic year. These conferences are part of the internationalization cycle and allow us to respond to the needs of our students and staff to open up to the world and to increase the school's visibility.
- Lecture series 2021-2022
Conference on "Lost in translation: Why mastering a foreign language is an opportunity
Conference organized as part of Erasmus Days 2021 and hosted by Mikael LE GALLO, founder of e-Translation Agency by Milega.
Conference on "Next Generation International Education: Where we've been and where we're headed".
Conference organized as part of International Week 2021 at IMT Mines Albi and moderated by Anthony OGDEN, founder and CEO of Gateway International Group, a new organization focused on next generation international education. A respected academic and practitioner with nearly 30 years of experience in international higher education. He has held international leadership positions at Pennsylvania State University, University of Kentucky, Michigan State University, and University of Wyoming.
Conference on "Climate Change: reasons for concerns and hope!"
Conference organized as part of the Sustainable Development Week 2022 and moderated by Christophe CASSOU, Director of Research at CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) and Paola ARIAS, Professor at the University of Antioquia in Colombia, both members of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
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