Being in a challenging and competitive graduate market, engineering students can become less motivated during their academic journey. That is why engineering schools pick up on that vibe and nurture a culture of diversity, creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship that prepares graduates for the global market.
To equip students with the know-how of dealing with real-work scenarios, a more complex set of attributes is at the center of engineers’ attention as well as the industry in general: from global awareness to digital literacy, the right orientation and syllabus are necessary to succeed in the global market.
Studying Engineering in France
For years now, international students from around the world are flocking to France to receive one of the best engineering education out there.
Working in a wide spectrum of industries, like data analytics, IT, aeronautics, agronomics, transport and health, smart, energy, and AI, these students are proudly making the marketplace much more competitive. How? By globalizing their talents and skills, and having a strong academic background that aligns with the sector’s expectations and needs.
Mixing Business with Passion
With engineers in short supply, the need to fill the void is crucial by looking for qualified candidates that have passion and are ready for the workforce through learning and growing their business skills as well as understanding the emerging trends of their field.
For this reason, leading engineering schools are reminding students of their passion and providing them with the space to experiment and explore the latest innovations. In addition, they encourage students to create projects that go beyond creativity and impact a bigger and more global scale.
These practical works build creativity and foster awareness of worldwide issues like renewable resources, data security, climate change, machine learning growth, and healthcare challenges.
Daring to Be Avant-Garde
Education must integrate emerging technologies and practices into its core curriculum. New trends, like green engineering, sustainable development are often overlooked; however, ESILV engineering school is exposing students to them early on by developing their Master in Engineering programme to revolve around the below foundation:
- Ethics and values
- Communication and teamwork
- Advanced engineering methods
- Lifelong learning
Each of the ten majors specializations will prepare future engineers for the global workplace. Their respective syllabus recognizes the value of academic experience and a hands-on approach to developing mindsets for global success.
With a detectable lack of knowledge of other cultural backgrounds, international markets, rules, and regulations, ESILV continuously adapts its programmes to the global market and the ever-changing economic trends to ensure that students are taught the latest, most up-to-date skills and knowledge.
The Master in Engineering (Grande Ecole Programme) is geared towards fresh graduates hoping to expand their scientific knowledge in order to create and master tomorrow’s technologies.
Explore the different specializations and stay tuned as we dive into each one along with their employment opportunities soon!