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Coordinates: 48°42′30″N 2°09′50″E / 48.70833°N 2.16389°E / 48.70833; 2.16389 The Ecole Spéciale de Mécanique et d'Electricité (English traduction: Special School of Mechanics and Electricity), called ESME Sudria, is a French private institution of higher education and research (Grande École d'Ingénieurs) located in France (Paris, Bordeaux, Lyon & Lille). ESME Sudria is ranked among the top universities of Science, Engineering and Technology in Europe, pluridisciplinary and international, specialised in the fields of energy, electronics and computer engineering.

Founded in 1905 by Joachim Sudria and certified by the State since 1922, the diploma is signed by the French Education Ministry and authorized by the "Commission des titres d'ingénieur". The ESME-Sudria is also member of the "Conférence des Grandes Ecoles" and of the Union of Independent Grandes Écoles. Students & Graduates of the school are called the Sussus.

ESME-Sudria is also a signatory to the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2014-2020 and a member of « n+i » network, the international network of Engineering Schools.

ESME Sudria’s mission is to train engineers through state-of-the-art research. We seek to contribute to the advancement of scientific knowledge and to broad our teaching through industrial and international partnerships. The school is graduating students at different levels

Known for its competitive entrance, students are usually admitted after highschool and the French Baccalaureat examination or two years of highly selective university-level preparation in mathematics and physics.

Since 2006, the school is part of the IONIS Institute of Technology from IONIS Education Group.

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