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[ sous-titre ] School history

 

The ENSIACET was founded on 1 January 2001 from the merger of two former engineering schools of well-established reputation : the ENSIGC (National Institute of Chemical Engineering) and the ENSCT (National Institute of Chemistry of Toulouse).

 

Here are the main milestones of the schools’ history :

[ puce ]4 April 1906 : the Chemistry Institute of Toulouse (ICT) is founded

[ puce ]1912 : Paul Sabatier is awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry

[ puce ]1920 : the ICT is set up rue Sainte Catherine

[ puce ]11 April 1949 : the Chemical Engineering Institute of Toulouse is founded (IGC)

[ puce ]1967 : the ICT’s name is changed to Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie (ENSCT)

[ puce ]1967 : the IGC becomes affiliated to the network of National Engineering Schools

[ puce ]1970 : the ENSCT becomes part of the INPT (National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse)

[ puce ]1970 : the IGC becomes part of the INPT

[ puce ]1985 : the IGC’s name is changed to Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Génie Chimique (ENSIGC)

[ puce ]1995 : the department Industrial Engineering (GI) is created within the ENSIGC

[ puce ]1 January 2001 : foundation of the ENSIACET

[ puce ]21 September 2001 : explosion of AZF factory ( the school ‘s site is destroyed)

[ puce ]January 2002 : plan for building the new school on the Toulouse-Labège campus

 

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mise à jour le 12 Janvier, 2006