Educational project

Train engineers that digital economy needs


ESILV Graduate School of Engineering offers training based on digital technologies, and four big majors: Computer science, Mechanics, Energy, and Finance. ESILV trains in five years the engineers that the digital economy needs: Software Developer, Mechanical System Designer, Information Systems Security Engineer, Sales Trader, and Analyst…




Our project

  • The construction of a scientific base and a digital culture;
  • The acquisition of skills immediately operational;
  • The opening to company;
  • The construction of personalities;
  • Sports integrated to the course;
  • A rich and supervised associative life.

Our mission

  • To train engineers having scientific and technical strong bases;
  • To offer a real professional experience (14 months in work placement);
  • To prepare students to the issues of the professional life;
  • To encourage the international opening and careers abroad;
  • To develop project-based teaching method;
  • To train future managers;
  • To arouse the innovation and research;
  • To deploy the sides of an active and united personality through the experience of associative life, sports, support actions in secondary schools in difficulty, the mutual aid between students…





An innovative and transversal teaching


Operational and social skills

Studying in ESILV, it’s acquiring an expertise and operational skills. It is also to be open to the company during its training. Teaching in small groups, team work, project-based teaching method, sports, work placement, international experiences contribute to the development and the success of each student. Because the human qualities are fundamental, ESILV develops a process of cultural and social opening through humanist project as much as teaching project. Everything is done to enable our students to develop their personality and their ability around common values.

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Engineers, managers and designers from the three schools of the Pôle work together on projects of reflection and synthesis during their bachelor.

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Three schools for an interdisciplinary teaching method

The three schools of the Pôle Léonard de Vinci have developed an educational transversality which incites the decompartmentalisation of teaching methods and enables students to work in multidisciplinary teams (managers, engineers, specialists of Internet and multimedia), while progressing in their training and their digital knowledge. This organisation, strengthened by the presence of a multi-school incubator, is accompanied by possibilities of double degrees with EMLV (Léonard de Vinci School of Management) in entrepreneurship and finance.





Supervision of students

The whole of the teachers and all the teaching team follow closely the individual evolution and the results of students who benefit from a specific supervision. Tutoring is given out and some regular meetings take place to enable everyone to progress and succeed.

The social responsibility of graduates (RSD)

Master’s degree, a profession, some opportunities within the CV… These results are the fruit of a strong personal investment in our students in their schools. It is also a chance, of being supported by their family and undertaking the good course choices. This awareness provokes more and more often our young graduates the wish to devote their time in return. That’s why we invite and care for those who have the interest and the wish to create their profession and the others’ one. It is about a beautiful expression of social responsibility and solidarity which requires a personal and human commitment. What a rewarding path…

The project-based teaching method

Throughout the course and on a proposal from ESILV’s partner companies, the students develop in small groups some projects on a concrete issue in the field of computer science and digital sciences, of financial engineering, of computational mechanics, of modelling and new energies.

Some projects throughout the course

The projects made by students in 1st and 2nd year (PIX), in 3rd year (PING) and in 4th and 5th year (P2i-orienté company and research) enable them to put into practice concepts studied in classes. Coached by students of upper years, the project requires skills and abilities of the future engineer: the understanding of special features of the project and compliance with its objectives, project management, management of technical fields, social skill.


 


International Contacts


Alain Ouvrieu

Director of the International Relations Department

+ 33 1 41 16 72 50
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Alice Eyraud

Incoming Exchange Students / Erasmus+ Coordinator

+33 1 41 16 72 51
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Sandrine Mutaliph

Outgoing Exchange Students Coordinator

+33 1 41 16 72 90
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Li Zheng

Outgoing Exchange Students Coordinator

+33 1 41 16 72 48
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