CentraleSupélec is a public institution of a scientific, cultural and professional nature offering engineering courses, masters, specialized masters and doctorates.
This Grande Ecole is under the joint supervision of the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation and the Ministry of the Economy, Industry and the Digital Economy.
It is located on three sites: the historic Louis Charles Breguet building (1970s) and the modern Gustave Eiffel and Francis Bouygues buildings.
The large institution "Centralesupelec" was born from the merger at the end of 2014 of École Centrale Paris and Ecole Supélec. It became part of the Université Paris-Saclay and moved to the Saclay plateau (Gif-sur-Yvette) in 2017. The two new buildings, Gustave Eiffel and Francis Bouygues, were inaugurated the same year.
The Eiffel building was designed by the architectural firm OMA (Rem Koolhas).