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.
The integration of digital technology into business is dramatically changing professional relationships. At ESILV, The Soft skills and transversality Department aims at adapting engineering students to this new reality. Interview with Laure Bertrand, teacher-researcher and Director of The Department. Coming from the strict field of continuous training in business, soft skills now take place in […]
The 2018 ESILV First Job Survey is made each year by the Corporate Relations Department of ESILV, a few months after the exit of the 2017 graduating class. 97% of the students answered the survey, that is 163 out of 167 respondents. Salary and employment The average annual gross salary of the 2017 promotion is € 43,800, […]
The student association in charge of welcoming incoming international students on the campus of ESILV is a new member of the Erasmus Student Network. ESN aims to support and develop student exchange. Each year, ESILV students from year 3 to 5 study abroad for a semester or more while international students from all over the […]
Dr. Waseem Akthar, head of the Computing Faculty at Griffith College presented the Dublin university to ESILV engineering students. In focus, the MSc in Computing Science, one of the dual degrees offered at ESILV. Founded in 1974, Griffith College gathers 7 000 students on its Dublin, Cork and Limerick campuses. A MSc in Computing Science, […]
French engineering school ESILV students must spend a semester or more abroad anytime from year 3 to 5. Why not in Australia? Anne-Sophie Morvan, manager at Francaustralia Education presented the University of Newcastle to ESILV students. An occasion to find out about this academic partner and more specifically its Faculty of Engineering. The University of […]
Even though there are 5000 miles apart, Nanjing and Paris have similarities, says Qiqi Zhang. Attracted by large and modern cities, the young Chinese man feels at home in La Défense, where he studies for a semester at French engineering school ESILV. Qiqi is a student at Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, one of […]
During the International Week at ESILV several universities came to present their partnership. The opportunity to focus on the English institution : Coventry University. Emma, from the academic partnership unit of Coventry University tells more about the school. Coventry University is an innovative, modern university with excellent graduate employability which is also number one provider […]
Olivier comes from Quebec and studies at Laval University. He has spent a semester as an exchange student at ESILV, an engineering school located in the heart of Paris business district. Financial engineering, wanderlust and life in Paris : find out what it is like to study abroad in France. Paris is always a good […]
Have you ever considered studying in Sweden? Rob Day, programme manager for the Master’s degree in software product engineering, presented Jönköping University to ESILV students. Private university Jönköping is a professional-oriented university characterised by an entrepreneurial spirit, a high degree of internationalization and collaboration with businesses and surrounding society. It is one of three Swedish […]
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