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Grandes écoles: Quiz


Question 1: They deliver a generalist program centred around political sciences, history, sociology, ________ but also communications, finance, business, urban policy, management, and journalism.
MoneyKeynesian economicsHeterodox economicsEconomics

Question 2: They do not have a large student body (3,000 at the largest establishment; most have a few hundred students each year) and are generally focused on a single subject area, mainly engineering, ________ or humanities.
BusinessCompanies lawCorporationCorporate law

Question 3: Some of the engineering schools within ________:
Paris Institute of TechnologyDresden University of TechnologySupélecETH Zurich

Question 4: In fact, the model was probably Mézières' military academy of which ________ was an alumnus.
LyonGaspard MongeItalyFrance

Question 5: the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, best-known as "les Beaux-Arts" (for ________);
Performing artsFine artGraphicsVisual arts

Question 6: Other IEPs are found in Aix-en-Provence, Bordeaux, Grenoble, Lille, ________, Rennes, Strasbourg, Bordeaux and Toulouse.

Question 7: the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Versailles (ENSAV), for ________;
EuropeArchitectureItalyArchitectural theory

Question 8: Prépa Chartes ________, with a stress on history and languages, known as Prépa Chartes from the name of the school : École Nationale des Chartes.
Fine artSocial sciencesPerforming artsHumanities

Question 9: Things may be a bit confusing since many schools have a lengthy official name (often beginning with École nationale supérieure or École supérieure), a shortened name, an ________ and, for the most famous, a nickname (and often a nickname for their students).
AbbreviationAcronym and initialismUnited StatesEnglish language

Question 10: the Institut Supérieur de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace (ISAE, merger of two institutes known as Supaéro and ENSICA) in ________;

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