Embarking on an engineering degree is similar to constructing a bridge: it’s about connecting the theoretical groundwork of academia to the practical achievements of a successful career. But what if one could strengthen that bridge and extend it across global horizons?
Jean Ghislain Billa is a sophomore student at MIT majoring in Computation and Cognition. For his exchange experience, he chose to study at Devinci Innovation Center, as part of the ESILV Master in Engineering program. Jean took his studies abroad for a deeper immersion in France’s academic and cultural life. Today, he shares with us […]
Devinci Higher Education welcomed delegates from two of Devinci’s partner institutions this month. Visits from partner university members strengthen ESILV’s partnerships and provide collaboration opportunities in several areas and fields of science. The first delegation visited Devinci Higher Education on May 6th from Hanyang University headed by Woo-Seung Kim, President of Hanyang University, and included […]
It is one thing to discover France through its music, food, and literature, and another through its engineering and architecture. There are many monuments and inventions that have witnessed the extraordinary history of the city, and many constructions testify of its everlasting beauty.
No matter the phase of your engineering postgraduate application, other candidates like you want the chance to get into the school and program of their dreams. Truth be told, there is no magic formula to make it but there are some guidelines you could follow while you figure out your next steps.
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.
Nicola, class of 2022, is studying abroad as an ESILV foreign exchange student in Paris during his master’s studies in financial engineering. Today, he shares his experience transitioning from Italy to France as an engineer to be. ESILV welcomes students from its partner institutions abroad to study at its Paris La Defense campus. Exchange students […]
An engineering student exchange in France is not just an average trip abroad – it is a lesson for life and an ideal starting point in a young engineer’s career. Eugen, a Romanian computer science student, chose ESILV for his Erasmus exchange in France, which led him into an internship at Deezer in Paris. Eugen […]
Charles Foulard, class of 2015, left France for a year of study in the USA, and the experience changed his life. Since then, Charles made America his second home, readapting the French engineering world to the local culture and ways of doing things. Here is his story in Charles’ own words. As a founder of […]
With more than 100 partner universities all over the world, ESILV reinforces the ambitions of the future engineers with a calling for globetrotting. Encouraging the international mobility of students it also means organising networking events that would guide student engineers in their quest to find an internship or training program outside France. And what better […]
The opening of the first international branch of the Pole Leonardo de Vinci in Dublin, the European home of the GAFA tech giants, gave the Corporate Partnerships department of the three schools – ESILV, EMLV and IIM – an occasion to organise the first Career Fair in Ireland, on November 7th. At the headquarters of […]
Studying engineering abroad has big implications for how the rest of a career path unfolds. From gaining international perspective to working with various types of innovators, to working hard and making recruiters take notice, the best engineering schools not only benefit students on a personal, but professional level as well.