The National School of Engineers of Metz is installed since September 2010 in its new buildings on the Technopole Metz. Near the Lake Symphony, students and teaching staff have an exceptional setting to work, combining aesthetics and exemplary features. Founded in 1961 along with its "sister" of Tarbes, Saint-Etienne and Brest, the ENIM is the result of two joint wills: that of the State, who wants structure and then devolve higher technical education, and that of the industry, in a context of strong economic expansion, fears a shortage of engineers. Since their inception, the ENI are indicated by the originality of their mode of recruitment and their training content, in tune with the realities of the engineering profession. At no time in history has waived ENIM to this rule.
6000 + engineers working 790 engineering students in initial training 150 teaching staff, administrative and technical 93 students in continuing education and training by alternating 198 foreign students enrolled 4 research laboratories involved 35 research professors 14 teaching options including 5 overseas 100 students per year in industrial abroad 90% of CDI inserted after 2 years graduates 7% of engineering students pursuing PhD