ECAM LaSalle is recognized by the government with the EESPIG certification. The EESPIG certification, created in 2013, helps to identify private, non-profit institutions that work in partnership with the French government and contribute to public service projects of higher education and research. The School is managed by a foundation reconnue d’utilité publique.
ECAM LaSalle is accredited by the Commission des Titres d’Ingénieur (CTI), to grant engineering degrees, equivalent to a Master’s degree. ECAM LaSalle also was given the label EUR-ACE, which is the European accreditation for Bachelor’s or Master’s engineering degrees.
ECAM LaSalle’s specialised Master programmes in Continuous Improvement Management and Energy Transition Management, are accredited by the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles. This accreditation guarantees the high standards and quality of its programmes.
ECAM LaSalle is one of the first French engineering schools to receive the label BES&ST. Recognized by the CTI and given by the Conseil National pour l’Enseignement en Santé et Sécurité au Travail, this reference aims to give the basics in health and safety at the workplace to every graduate who could possibly carry out projects or lead teams.
The ECAM Arts et Métiers program is labeled “ECAM Arts et Métiers”. The label clarifies the uniqueness of an ECAM general engineer and emphasizes through objective criteria, the degree’s quality.
ECAM LaSalle is accredited by Campus France with the Bienvenue en France certification. This certification aknowledge the hospitality and personal support that the school provides to its international students, by helping them to integrate and study in the best conditions on the campus.
ECAM LaSalle has receive in 2021 the label Happy At School, delivered by Choose My Company. It aknowledge student satisfaction regarding several topics : courses, campus equipment, student life, …
At the end of 2021, ECAM LaSalle was awarded the French Sustainable Development and Social Responsibility label. This recognition reflects the school’s commitment to sustainable development and ecological and social transition.