Polytech Annecy-Chambéry is authorised by the CTI, (Commission des Titres d'Ingénieur - Engineering Qualifications Committee), to issue engineering degrees in 5 courses:
The CTI is an independent body. Since 1934, it has been charged by French law to authorize all engineering training, develop training quality, and promote the title and profession of engineer in France and abroad.
Every 5 years the CTI evaluates all authorized engineering courses. Each time a training program is presented for appraisal, Polytech Annecy-Chambery must meet the European Standards and Guidelines for higher education (ESG), established by the European Association for Quality Management in higher education.
The engineering school has implemented a quality approach since 2011 to aim for a continuous improvement of its training.
The Polytech Annecy-Chambéry initial training with student status has been certified ISO 9001 (version 2015) for 3 years from 11/12/18, by the company BCS Certification. The organization and functioning of the engineering school is recognized as meeting the requirements of the international reference standard for quality management systems.
This continuous improvement approach has been put in place to satisfy school stakeholders internally and externally, including students, businesses and international partners.
The Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation guarantees the academic quality of the training courses preparing the title of Engineer at Polytech Annecy-chambéry.