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Founded in 1946 by the National Conservatory of Arts and Humanities (CNAM), the ESGT is empowered by the Commission des titres d 'ingénieur (CTI) to award an engineering degree.
She is now associated with the Chair of Gomatique du Cnam.
The ESGT is the first French training institute in the fields of topography and land. It is one of the three schools providing access to the profession of general practitioner after two years of professional practice. The other way of access to the Order of Experts is that of the DPLG, destined for the technicians confirmed and whose ESGT is the center of examination. The ESGT engineer is a specialist in the measurement, monitoring and representation of the Earth's surface, as well as the limitation of ownership, its facilities and expertise Land and immovable property. The ESGT also offers continuing education modules and a master degree in partnership with other institutions.
Established in Le Mans since 1997, the ESGT benefits from an important support of the territorial collectivities. It hosts the local branch of CNAM and maintains a partnership with the higher educational institutions of the region.