This two-year Master Degree in Engineering, with 11 majors taught in English, provides an outstanding opportunity to study experience La French Tech at the heart of Europe’s premier business district.
The Master Degree in Engineering (Grande Ecole Programme) is geared towards fresh graduates hoping to expand their scientific knowledge in order to create and master tomorrow’s technologies.
The ESILV Engineer’s degree is conferred by the Commission des Titres d’Ingénieur (CTI), which is the only independent body authorised by French law to recognize and evaluate engineering programmes delivered in France.
24 month programme • 120ECTS • September intake • Application deadline June • Tuition fee 9300€ per academic year
ESILV is the only engineering school in France to include a true transversal approach throughout its programme. Inter-school cooperation is a pedagogical method that is possible with the support of two other schools located on the same campus: EMLV (Leonard de Vinci Business School) and IIM (Institute of Internet and Multimedia).
ESILV continuously adapts its programmes to ever-changing economic trends to ensure that students are taught the latest, most up-to-date skills and knowledge. Major courses consider company and job market needs and are all entryways into the student’s desired professional occupation.
ESILV careers service aims to help students realise their potential by offering dedicated careers coaching to define and achieve their career goals. As a student of ESILV, you’ll attend careers seminars and events throughout your studies, such as the iPitch&Meet event.
Each year, the ESILV careers service proposes 400 exclusive on-campus events to introduce students to companies and to our network of 10,000 alumni:
ESILV is proud of its student community engagement and its three career-oriented student clubs:
ESILV welcomes self-motivated students looking to tackle new challenges.
ESILV looks for students with a background in engineering and the physical sciences.
Applicants must meet the following minimum requirements:
Admission to ESILV programmes is selective. Selection is based on academic excellence, study projects, personal achievements, international awareness and the willingness to contribute to ESILV’s learning environment. Candidates will be evaluated first on their application documents and secondly on their performance during the online interview.
All applications to programmes at ESILV must be made on our online application portal. Your application will be evaluated by the admissions team and by the course director. You will be notified by email of the final decision.
Important Note: Please use only ONE email address to submit your Online Application and to communicate with the Admissions team.
Your application may be done in several stages. The information entered each time will not be lost.
International Admission Team
Devinci Higher Education
WhatsApp +33 (0)7 86 16 74 66
APPLICATION DEADLINE: June
Fees include :
EMLV offers merit-based scholarships and guidance for government scholarships.
The Early Bird is a waiver of 20% of the tuition fee at EMLV for candidates who complete their application and pay the application fee of €50 before February 15th.
Convinced of the immense importance of improving international representation in engineering, business and multimedia, the De Vinci Higher Education Group has made available funds for talented students hoping to pursue their studies in ESILV and EMLV schools.
The Eiffel scholarship program is a tool developed by the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs to allow French higher education institutions to attract the best foreign students in diploma courses at Masters’ and Doctorate/PhD level.
Campus France is a public institution in charge of promoting French higher education abroad and welcoming foreign students and researchers to France. It encourages international mobility and manages scholarship programmes and the alumni network. Campus France manages Campus Bourses (Campus Scholarships) provides information on the scholarships offered to foreign students.
Find full details of ESILV scholarships on the Fees and Funding page
The school does not own or manage its own accommodation. We have a partnership with a dedicated online housing search platform. Once you have paid the deposit, you will be granted access to that platform to begin your search.
You should budget around 750 and 900 euros for a studio. We strongly encourage students to begin their search as early as possible (even before applying for a visa).
French law authorises foreign students to an auxiliary work of 964 hours during the year, the equivalent of 60% of the legal working year. It can only be auxiliary income. When you work in France, whether or not you are a student, you are guaranteed a minimum wage by law. We recommend that you begin your programme before looking for a job – your school work is your priority and we cannot allow absences for your job.
We will refund your deposit upon presentation of the official refusal document.
Please check the programme page for up to date pricing, which varies from one programme to another. More info on fees and funding.
After being accepted to study, you must make the deposit payment to secure your place. Your remaining fees will be invoiced after the start of your programme and can be paid in instalments.
If English is not your first language, you must demonstrate a B2 level. You should provide a test score (TOEIC, TOEFL, IELTS, PTE, Cambridge). If English is your first language or if you have graduated from a programme taught in English, you do not need to present an official test score. We will ask you to prove that you graduated from a programme fully taught in English (eg a letter from your school).
The admissions team attends numerous international student fairs throughout the year. The list of fairs that we will be attending is on our web site, learn more here Please contact (firstname.lastname@example.org) to arrange an appointment during our visit to your country.
The school does not operate a direct placement system but does offer a full support. We host on-campus careers fairs so that you can meet company recruitment representatives. You will also have seminars to help you with CV writing, interview preparation, etc. The school will also provide all the necessary documentation to validate your internship.
In France, by law, companies must pay interns who work for longer than 2 months.
You will have classes from Monday-Friday; you may occasionally have an exam on a Saturday. Your earliest class might begin at 8.30am and your latest class might finish at 8.30pm, but you will never have a full 12 hour day. You will have been 18-24 hours of class per week, depending on your programme. Your timetable changes from one week to the next and will be available online one week in advance.
All of our English-taught programmes have compulsory French classes included as part of the tuition fees. You will sit a French test when you arrive to find your level, so we can put you in an appropriate group.
Program educational objectives are broad statements that describe what graduates are expected to attain within a few years after graduation. Program educational objectives are based on the needs of the program’s constituencies.
an ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics
An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors
An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences
An ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts
An ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives
An ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions
An ability to acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies.