Managed by a 1901 non-profit association, ESAIP is supported by several Councils and Commissions, each with its own scope of responsibilities. They are composed of members from various academic, institutional and professional backgrounds.
This guarantees that ESAIP is anchored in its territories and has a thorough knowledge of the issues and developments in the professions and sectors for which we train our students.
The commitment of each of our members proves year after year to be essential to the quality of our training and to our development. Thank you to them!
The association known as “ESAIP” is governed by a Supervisory Board and a Management Board.
The Supervisory Board
The Supervisory Board has the power in :
– The determination of strategic orientations
– The adoption of the budget before presentation to the general assembly
– Decisions on investments concerning the association’s assets
It relies on the work of the scientific and strategic orientation boards.
The supervisory board also controls the accounts drawn up by the board of directors.
Each year, it presents a governance report to the General Assembly.
The Supervisory Board also has the following powers
– Appointment of the members of the Board of Directors and choice of its Chairman, dismissal of the members of the Board of Directors
– Allocation of power of representation to one or more members of the Board of Directors
– Cooptation of members
– Power to convene a General Meeting
The Supervisory Board is composed of elected members (8 to 12), statutory members and members by right by agreement.
The Board of Directors
The Board of Directors has the broadest powers to administer and manage the association, under the supervision of the Supervisory Board.
It is composed of 3 to 5 members appointed by the Supervisory Board. The Board of Directors :
– Assumes responsibility for the administrative and financial management of the Association.
– Ensures the execution of the decisions of the Supervisory Board
– Prepares a quarterly report and an annual activity report on financial and social aspects and highlights
The Chairman of the Executive Board represents the association in its relations with third parties.
Christophe ROUVRAIS, Managing Director
Redouane DJELOUAH, Director of the West Campus
Claire FISCHER, Director of the Mediterranean Campus
The Strategic Orientation Council
Its purpose is to inform the school about the evolution of the needs of companies in the medium and long term and to guarantee the adaptation of our training to the reality of the needs.
It is made up of external personalities representing companies and the socio-economic environment, as well as members of the Management Committee.
Discover the members of the Strategic Orientation Council
The Scientific Council
It examines and discusses the orientations of the research laboratories and analyzes the results. It monitors the evolution of the training programs by encouraging the use of emerging technologies in the programs and promotes links with the university community.
It is composed of 13 members appointed for 4 years, including 10 personalities from outside the school chosen from the world of fundamental or applied research and regularly welcomes guests.
The Orientation Councils for the different fields of study
Based on the recommendations of the Strategic Orientation Council and the Scientific Council, they are responsible for orienting and evaluating program developments and defining the educational strategy according to scientific or industrial innovations and market needs for each ESAIP program.
The CVEC Commission
This committee is in charge of improving the quality of life on campus and is based on the major guidelines defined by the French government, in conjunction with the CROUS, and supports the various projects with the help of the Student Life and Campus Contribution paid to the school.
The Council for Community Life
It supports the development of community life on the school’s various campuses by participating in the major orientations and is also responsible for distributing the budget allocated by the school to community and student life. It is composed of representatives of student associations and members of the school’s administration.