On April 11, 2022, the French Ministry of the Armed Forces and L'X signed a new Contract of Objectives and Performance (COP) that sets the institution's 2022-2026 strategic objectives. L’X will devote the coming period to enhance the impact of its research, stengthen its multi-course training offer and launch the renovation of its buildings.
Fifty years after the opening of the Ingénieur polytechnicien program to women, the École Polytechnique inaugurated an exhibition dedicated to the feminization of the school and the inspiring careers of its alumnae, in the presence of many of the women honored on this very special occasion.
Students from École Polytechnique, the Institut Polytechnique de Paris, as well as from the ESPCI-PSL and the EPITA, put forward proposals as part of the consultations organized by the French government for upcoming French 2030 Recovery Plan, which President Emmanuel Macron set out on October 12.
The French Minister for the Armed Forces, Florence Parly, came to Ecole polytechnique to talk with the Polytechnicien students and to preside over the military parade for the X2019 Class leaving the campus. Faced with crises, France needs top-flight engineers, she said.
The École Polytechnique's Climate Plan sets out 10 achievable objectives for the next five years, grouped into three pillars - train and engage, develop and innovate, reduce and empower - in order to profoundly transform behaviors and contribute to the advent of a responsible and sustainable prosperity.
The École Polytechnique is accelerating its commitment to the ecological transition with the publication of its Climate Plan. This plan integrates sustainable development into its fundamental missions of training, research and innovation and into the operation of its campus.