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Wikipedia: École nationale d'administration
École nationale d'administration
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The École nationale d'administration (generally known as ENA) is the school where many of France senior officials are instructed.

It was created in 1945 in Paris by Charles de Gaulle and is now partly delocalized in Strasbourg to emphasize its European belonging.

The way this school shapes French industry and politics has been studied by John Kenneth Galbraith and Pierre Bourdieu (himself a former student).

Some famous alumni include:

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