Mantu and Centrale Lille Sign a Partnership

A partnership focused on innovation and engineering excellence. 

Mantu, an independent and international consulting firm, which includes Amaris Consulting, and Centrale Lille, a public higher education institution that trains high-level engineers and researchers, have established a partnership for the year 2024. This partnership aims to facilitate synergies between the two organizations and offer many professional opportunities to Centrale Lille students in technology consulting and business transformation. 

Founded in 2007, Mantu supports its clients in all their transformation challenges, thanks to its community of 11,500 talents present in more than 60 countries across five continents. Mantu brings together 10 expert brands covering 360° evolutions of its clients, from company leadership and purpose to technological and managerial transformation, and digital experience, while integrating issues related to the future of work. Among these, Amaris Consulting, one of the Group’s flagship brands, offers high value-added technology services to companies and brings together 7,500 talents globally. As a true business partner of organizations, Amaris Consulting assists its clients in their transformation in information sciences and digital, telecommunications, life sciences, and engineering.

Centrale Lille stands out for its academic and scientific excellence and the dynamic innovation of its four internal schools. The institution trains high-level engineers and researchers through diverse and demanding programs, meeting the needs of companies seeking talents capable of evolving in varied environments. Founded in 1854, Centrale Lille has approximately 2,000 students and offers more than 16 master’s tracks. 

The partnership between Mantu, through its Amaris Consulting brand, and Centrale Lille will allow students to have privileged access to internship, work-study, VIE (Volontariat International en Entreprise), and job offers provided by the group, which recruits particularly engineering profiles, both to support our clients in the realization of cutting-edge technological projects and to actively participate in the Group’s development ambitions. In 2023, Mantu recruited more than 4,000 people. 

“This agreement with an international group based in the Lille region opens up the horizons for our student engineers in terms of professions, projects, sectors of activity, and geographies. The interactions and cross-opportunities that will be generated by this partnership will nourish and strengthen the professional dimension of their training,” Thomas Maurer, Director of Centrale Lille. 

“At Mantu and Amaris Consulting, we are committed to meeting the major challenges of our clients, from artificial intelligence to cybersecurity, through data science and machine learning. The talents who join us evolve in an ever-changing environment. They play a key role in the transformation of industries, facing unprecedented changes, from climate emergency to the digital transformation of all sectors. 

With a deeply rooted technological culture since its inception and about 80% engineers in our teams, Amaris Consulting stands out for its ability to offer highly diversified professional paths, from technology consultant to expert or manager, closely aligned with the business and strategic challenges of our clients. With an average age of 33, it is in the DNA of the Group to fully trust young talents, especially in terms of autonomy and the level of responsibilities entrusted,” declares Caroline Decré, Group Chief Recruitment Officer of Mantu. 

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