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École Polytechnique unveils on March 14th two movies designed to increase its international recruitement in its various programs. The first movie aims at raising students-to-be interest while the second one, in cartoon form, presents École Polytechnique curricula and its academic environnement.
Times Higher Education (THE) published its "small universities" ranking for the second time on Tuesday, March 7th, 2017. Among the institutions with fewer than 5000 students, École Polytechnique is ranked fourth worldwide
From February 24th to February 27th, an hackathon was organized on the campus of École Polytechnique. Students from the University of Tokyo have teamed up with students from l'X to participate in this 48-hour intercultural experience organized in partnership with HORIBA.
Data Science Winter School organized by Tsinghua University, Renmin University and École Polytechnique, funded by AXA chair, took place from January, 7th, till January, 11th, 2017, at Tsinghua University, Beijing.
The Times Higher Education has just published its world universities ranking focused on the internationalization criteria, it ranks École Polytechnique 16th worldwide. This year, l'X is among the four non-Anglo-Saxon institutions of the top 20 and is ahead of the most international French institutions.
The innovative solution developed by four students enrolled in the Graduate Degree programs of École Polytechnique was selected for the round two of the international student competition "Fly Your Ideas" proposed by Airbus. Their idea was selected from 470 projects presented around the world, there are only 50 proposals left.
Paul Narchi, Class of 2009 and who has just defended his PhD thesis at the Laboratory of Interfaces and Thin Films (LPICM), is awarded Siebel Scholar. He thus joins an active community of over 1,000 brillant Scholars, including Sundar Pichai, Google CEO since 2015 and Siebel Scholar 2002.