Engineering is a field that has always shaped the future through innovation and technical expertise, and it has found a distinguished home in France’s Grande Ecole system. This esteemed educational model, known for its selective nature and prestigious standing, offers a unique and enriching path for those pursuing a Master’s in Engineering.
In today’s competitive engineering scene, employers are constantly looking for candidates who can bring both technical and extremely important soft skills to the table. Graduates from top engineering schools are often held in high regard by employers for good reason.
Paris has long been celebrated for its enchanting beauty and rich history. Yet, beyond its famous landmarks and lyrical atmosphere, this vibrant metropolis offers a treasure trove of opportunities for aspiring engineers. For those embarking on this journey, the choice of where to study is as pivotal as the field itself.
It’s no secret that engineering is all about innovation and finding solutions to complex problems. And one of the best ways to drive innovation is by bringing together diverse perspectives because diversity is not only important but necessary for success in the field of engineering.
Contributing to solving food safety challenges and environmental impact and improving the consumer experience regarding nutritional and ethical quality is the ambition of the “Agriculture & Food engineering” major, which is part of the engineering cycle at ESILV. In an interview with Studyrama Grandes Ecoles, Pascal Clain, head of the “Agriculture & Food Engineering” major, […]
Starting a career in the engineering industry can be a daunting task for fresh graduates. The competition is fierce and the job market is constantly evolving, making it difficult to find meaningful employment. However, the engineering industry is also full of opportunities for growth and development, and with the right approach, fresh graduates can find […]
Register now at ESILV and receive a 20% discount on your tuition fee for studying engineering in France. You can benefit from the Early Bird offer until April 15th 2023 if you’re applying for fall intake. ESILV Graduate School of Engineering trains engineers with a solid scientific and technical foundation and hands-on professional experience, open to […]
We’ve all heard the infamous “Engineers don’t have life, all they do is study!”. And yes, while engineering education requires a significant time commitment, students should anticipate the schoolwork while relatively maintaining a healthy balance and know what they’re getting into to be able to fully enjoy their experience.
Passions and potential professional paths may not always be directly related. Many students have fairly clear ideas of what engineers perform in their heads. The mind might picture large machinery, perhaps a bridge or two, but the term probably has a much wider scope than one could realize.
On Thursday, April 14, the graduation ceremonies for undergraduate and graduate students from ESILV engineering school were held at Paris La Defense Arena and gathered over 1600 students, parents, friends, staff, and faculty. To walk the stage fully dressed in the grad gown and cap is the ultimate reward for many years of hard work […]
You’re almost there. You’re aware of the documents you’ll need, the characteristics you’ll need to display, the individuals and departments you’ll need to contact, and each component you’ll need to prepare for your admission to engineering school. Now it’s time to combine all of these elements to build a bullet-proof graduate engineering application.
To pursue a master’s in engineering or not pursue a master’s in engineering? That is the question. A master’s degree is not a deal-breaker to acquiring a decent career in engineering. Truth is, talented engineers are in high demand, and many young engineers are earning good salaries and have solid employment prospects with their bachelor’s […]