EISTI becomes CY Tech

From the 1st of January 2020

EISTI is developing and transforming, becoming, from the 1st of January 2020, the global school in Siences, Engineering, Economics and Management of CY Cergy Paris Université.

CY Cergy Paris Université

From the 1st of January 2020, Cergy-Pontoise Université and EISTI become CY Cergy Paris Université. It represents 24,000 students. ESSEC is associated to the university and takes part in its governance.

The academic offer is simply structured as an undergraduate university called CY SUP and 5 undergratuate schools : 4 within the university, the 5th being ESSEC.

CY SUP coordonates between high schools while giving to students fulfilling studies and a great life experience. 

With ESSEC, the others graduate schools led by the university are : 

  • CY Tech, school in Sciences, Engineering, Economics and Management with the EISTI input in Engineering

  • CY Arts and Humanities, in association with ENSAPC, ENSAV, ENSP and INP

  • CY Education, with INSPE, EPSS and ILEPS 

  • CY Law and Political Sciences

 

CY Tech, a brand new Science, Engineering, Economics and Management school.

From september 2020, new curriculums will be launched, including Engineering as well as news subjects and diplomas.

With Maths and Computer Sciences, CY Tech will open new training in Civil Engineering, Biothechnology and Chemistry as well as Economics and Management.

CY Tech training offer is organised in : 

  • Engineering 

  • Masters, DU

  • Continuous training with specilised masters

  • International masters with abroad campus and new training (Bachelor Y)

  • PHDs

CY Tech is located in France both in Cergy (95 - Val-d'Oise) and Pau (64 - Pyrénées-Atlantiques).

CY Tech has the ambitious aim to become one of the best french Engineering schools with a thousand graduates a year. 

 

Mains changes

> CY Tech Public status 

> Lower tuition fees

> More research, entrepreneurship, innovation and valorisation 

> Transdiciplinarity and multiculturalism 

> International training 

> New classes in apprenticeship