The Board of Directors (BoD)

Whether it is the draft multi-year contract with the State, the budget, evaluations, the creation of degrees, admissions or the rules of study, the Board of Directors (BD) has a wide range of competences and aspects of the school's life on which it can decide. In order to take the best possible decisions that will shape the school's policy, the Board relies on the work carried out by the specialised committees.

The elected representatives

Charlotte Masset, President of the Board of Directors - General Manager of Garczynski Traploir Yvetot
  • Teaching College : Luc Perrot // Paola Lucan // Patricia Meehan // Laurent Protois // Frédéric Saunier // Bertrand Verney
  • Student College : Solène Forestier // Simon Sebbah
  • ATS College: Bastien Fréard
  • External personalities: Charlotte Masset // Mourad Boukhalfa, Director INSA Normandie // Virginie Thomas, Ministry of Territorial Cohesion and Ministry of Ecological and Solidarity Transition // Christelle Oghia, architect-urban planner Ve2a //
    Catherine Henry-Laurent, Conseil Régionale de l'Ordre des Architectes de Normandie // Marie-Andrée Malleville, Metropole Rouen Normandie // Xavier Pannecoucke, President Normandie University // Julie Barenton Guillas, Vice President Normandy Region
ENSA Normandie

The Pedagogical and Scientific Council (PSC)

The Pedagogical and Scientific Council (CPS) determines the strategic orientations of the school in terms of training, student life and research. Its members are representatives of the teaching staff, the administrative staff, the student body, and researchers and doctoral students.

All members of the PSC are elected for 4 years, with the exception of the student team who are elected for 2 years. The election procedures are the same as for the election of the Administrative Board. No one can be a member of the Board and the PSC at the same time: the Board can call on the arbitration of the PSC when necessary.

The SPC has two committees: the Student Life Training Committee (CFVE) and the Research Committee.

Discusses and proposes measures relating to the organisation of programmes and the evaluation of teaching, the conditions of admission and orientation of students, the methods of testing knowledge and validation of studies, professional experience or personal achievements for access to architectural studies. The measures drawn up may also concern the professional integration of students, the introduction of digital technology in the teaching, but also the cultural, sporting, social and associative activities offered in the institution, as well as any measure aimed at improving the working conditions of students, from social and medical services to documentation centres and the accessibility of the entire school for all types of disability. The CVFE is also competent to implement measures leading to public awareness of architectural culture, which can be carried out by both the student and teaching staff.

This commission formulates opinions and proposals on all questions relating to research, its organisation and its valorisation within the school. It proposes measures related to the development of research units, their distribution within the teaching units, and the development of scientific, technical and industrial culture.

The elected representatives

David Lafon, President

Milena Guest, Vice President of the SPC and Chair of the Research Committee

The Technical Committee (TC)

As a body representing civil servants and engaging in dialogue with their public employer, the TC examines all issues relating to staffing, employment, working methods, training and, among other things, professional integration. It is also committed to ensuring that all its measures are egalitarian and anti-discriminatory.

The Health and Safety Committee for Working Conditions (CHSCT)

The Health, Safety and Working Conditions Committee's mission is to contribute to the protection of workers' health and safety and to the improvement of working conditions. It is responsible for verifying and ensuring compliance with the health and safety laws and the labour code in force and for developing prevention through awareness-raising and information activities. It is the committee responsible for analysing the causes and circumstances of accidents at work and occupational or work-related illnesses. The committee is consulted before any measure modifying the health and safety conditions or the working conditions of employees.

Grégoire Auger