One characteristic of EPL's teaching is that it places projects at the heart of the learning process.
The university is a space for interaction between society and students. In order to feel ready to play an active, responsible role in the professional world, students need:
- a high-quality scientific and technical education. This is acquired in lectures, in the library and in the laboratory, but also by debating ideas;
- operational abilities, by mastering tools (office and computer tools, languages etc.) and methods (communication, group work). This aspect is learned primarily through practice;
- an assertive personality, because the engineers of tomorrow are entrepreneurs who need confidence and the ability to face change and manage projects with determination, in collaboration with others.