Young engineers who freshly graduated from engineering school will do whatever it takes to succeed in today’s quickly evolving industry. Those among them who will kick start their career by learning from people’s experiences and situations will be better able to adapt to whatever changes the industry brings.
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed in engineering school by your new surroundings and end up losing your focus. With so many different experiences from working professionals, fresh graduates, and career shifters, some advice are true gems.
In engineering school, learning does not happen in the classroom alone. That’s why ESILV encourages students to participate in various aeronautics student clubs on the Pole Leonard de Vinci Higher Education campus in Paris. As a part of this year’s practical pedagogy activities, the LeoFly Aero Club is organising seven different hands-on engineering projects. Whether […]
From football to aeronautics, not to mention rugby, esport, dance, sailing, robotics. And still, the list is reduced. When we say student life at the Pole Leonard de Vinci, we mean 55 clubs, 350 events throughout the year, and 7,500 students to run cross-disciplinary projects at the three schools, ESILV, EMLV and IIM. After an […]
The “CTF” (Capture the Flag) cybersecurity competition organized by DigiTeam Devinci, the Pole Leonard de Vinci’s IT association, pitted 661 international teams against each other for 48 hours, bringing together 1,000 participants. The DaVinciCTF is the cybersecurity competition proposed by the DigiTeam student organization as part of the 4th-year industrial innovation projects of the engineering […]
Higher Education Schools often offer the possibility to take part in student associations. Those activities present many advantages, whether it is developing new skills, meet other students, or adding a new line to your resumé. ESILV School of Engineering proposes more than 50 student associations in various fields, from sports to arts, and from business […]
The ESILV judoka won a bronze medal at the 2020 European Junior Judo Championships which took place in Porec Croatia.
The Engineering Industry is a stimulating field that can sometimes get overwhelming for people who struggle with time management. In order to be more organised when it comes to executing daily tasks, there are several techniques. Whether you are a procrastinator, a perfectionist or an underestimator, there is at least one time management technique made […]
The Pole Leonard de Vinci stands in solidarity with world in Covid-19 fight. Since Monday, March 30, a handful of students from the DeVinci FabLab student association, members of De Vinci Innovation Center community, and their teachers have been taken turns, two by two, to produce 3D-printed face shields. The Pole Leonard de Vinci opened […]
Junior-Enterprises are not unique to business schools! There is also a potential for technical missions or high-stakes innovation situations: upgrading the pieces of equipment at the fablab, modelling and building a collection of modular shoes and conceptualizing an eco-responsible container for a new 100 percent French beverage. DeVinci Junior puts together the skills of students […]
While the range of difficulty and complexity varies between projects; at the core, there are questions engineering students and even professional engineers should ask to help get any project off to a good start.
Engineering students are not only innovators but artists as well. Even if they don’t fit the popular notion of “creativity”, they can manage to use their technical luggage such as mathematics, physics, and aeronautics as a medium for their creative outlet. Engineering students go to school to develop their creative side by designing tools and […]