The Haute Ecole Arc Engineering has two training and research sites located in the Neuchâtel mountains: Microcity in La Chaux-de-Fonds and Pôle horloger in Le Locle. They are located as close as possible to the Jura Arc companies, with which the third-year students and researchers of the Haute Ecole Arc Engineering collaborate with on a daily basis.
The HE-Arc Engineering serves an industry that is unique in the world, developing directly applicable and applied research, always in direct contact with the regional economic and industrial fabric.
The results of this research constantly influence the teaching at HE-Arc Engineering.
Through its training and research, it offers its partners a real technological monitoring platform for their innovations and developments.
Education and research sites in the Neuchâtel mountains
The sites of La Chaux-de-Fonds and Le Locle have several classrooms, practical rooms and numerous state-of-the-art measuring devices. The site also has other infrastructure, such as :
- Catering areas with microwaves and access to the CIFOM-Café
- Bright work and relaxation areas
- Reprographic facilities
- Selective waste sorting points
- Outdoor parking
- There is an electronic and payment solution and access system which is managed through the personal badge held by each student and staff member of the school.
The sites in the Neuchâtel Mountains are home to four groups of skills directly related to the industrial needs of the Jura Arc.
The Le Locle site houses two specific competence groups: :
The La Chaux-de-Fonds site houses :