100% des élèves effectuent au moins un séjour à l’étranger
In order to promote international exchanges, ESILV has developed partnerships with institutions around the world and also adopted the ECTS grading scale (European Credit Transfer System); this guarantees the academic recognition of studies completed abroad. The third year is a great opportunity to study abroad through our global network of partner universities.
500+ Mobility Students
The International Relations Department has established a network of around 100 partner universities in Europe, Asia, the America’s and Australia.
The development of these partnerships has resulted in thousands of academic exchanges that have allowed French students to study in partner universities and foreign students to study at The Pole.
This department provides students with academic and administrative assistance as well as guidance in finding accommodation, opening a French bank account, healthcare and much more.
The international week welcomes each spring some professors and experts from all over the world. Students of fourth year have the opportunity to follow seminars and conferences on topics as varied as human resources, communication, ethics, social networks, innovation or capital.
The international week is a unique moment of exchanges and openness to other knowledge and other points of view. It completes the cycle of European meetings organised regularly on the campus.
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.......
France is already one of the 10 most attractive countries for blockchain investors. With the adoption of a new legal ICO framework (September 2018), the fraud-free crypto-environment will safeguard purchasers.
What will cars and mobility look like in 2019 and the years to come? Students from French engineering school ESILV have visited the Mondial Paris Motor Show. They have identified the most innovative French vehicles and equipment.