CTI - Engineering Degree Commission

Commission des Titres d'Ingénieurs

Information on the agency's work

CTI (Commission des Titres d'Ingénieur) is an independent body fully involved in the development of the European Higher Education Area, established by the French law in 1934. Its missions are respectively: the evaluation and accreditation of higher education institutions and programmes in the field of engineering in France and abroad; the defining of the generic academic and professional profile of the engineer at master’s level; the academic and professional recognition of the French engineering degree abroad; advice on all issues linked to engineering education and professional title; the development of quality in engineering education. 

In France, all accredited engineering programmes have to be evaluated at least every five years. 

CTI is a founding member of ENAEE and is authorised to award the EUR-ACE label at the master's level.

CTI is also a full member of ENQA, ECA, FrAQ-SUP and represents France in the Thematic Peer Group on Quality Assurance of the Bologna process.

CTI is a field dedicated agency, its scope is the accreditation of engineering programmes.

Activities within the scope of ESG

  • Accreditation of existing French and foreign engineering schools and programmes at master's level, in France and abroad
    View 2184 reports
  • Attribution of the EUR-ACE label at Master level
    View 6 reports
  • Evaluation of engineering programmes at bachelor's level
    View 25 reports
  • Ex-ante accreditation of French engineering schools and their programmes in France and on branch campuses abroad
    View 1362 reports
  • Quality labels of French and foreign institutions (CeQuInt)

Higher education systems where CTI carried out external QA activities

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