ESILV has been authorized by the French engineering accreditation institution (CTI) to issue the title of “engineer”. Located in Paris-La Défense, the school offers many advantages.
Paris – La Défense is Europe’s largest business district, with 3,500,000 square meters and 180,000 daily workers. The connection to the center of Paris is easy on metro line 1. 10 minutes and get into the city !
1 – The French Title of Qualified “Engineer”
The fame and the regard bound to the French title of qualified engineer open to its receivers some perspectives of reaching senior professions, far beyond those of similar training existing abroad.
The CTI is the essential foundation of the French system of issuance of engineer diploma. This institution has 4 missions :
- Examining every question related to engineer training;
- Studying the requests of authorization of engineer curriculum offered by each school and following the evolution of these training;
- Interfering if necessary, to save the quality of the training;
- Proceeding to every inquiry in educational establishments and to professionals.
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2 – French Higher Education is One of the Best in the World
The excellence of French higher education is widely recognized around the world. Whether in the Shanghai ranking, the Financial Times, the Times Higher Education or the European Report on Science & Technologies of the European Commission, French institutions are always in the foreground.
France invests heavily every year in education and research: education is the largest item of expenditure in the state budget (more than 20%).
The French industrial, technological and scientific successes (space, transport, medicine, mathematics), the number of Nobel prizes or Fields medals, show that France is one of the most dynamic centers of innovation and research.
3 – France is Ranked Fourth in the World for Hosting Foreign Students
France continues to attract foreign students: 343,400 have chosen to come in 2017-2018, an increase of 4.5% over the previous year.
France is today ranked fourth in the world for hosting foreign students. They are 310,000 (12% of the total student population), including 25,000 doctoral students. In ten years, the number of foreign students in France has increased by 75%!
4 – Students Work on Concrete Projects
Students are in contact with companies during their entire course at ESILV through projects, work placements or conferences. The students work on concrete projects and confront permanently their knowledge with the business reality.
The assimilation of knowledge is better if it goes along with a practical example at the same time. That’s why we make students work on concrete “projects”.
5 – Chilling in Paris
Paris always comes in first place of French destinations for all nationalities.
Last year, 33.8 million tourists visited the city and her region. The City of Lights remains year after year the most visited one in the world ahead of London and New York City.
Some of the most famous attractions in Paris :
- The Eiffel Tower
- Centre George Pompidou
- Arc de Triomphe
- Orsay Museum
- Disneyland Paris
- Notre-Dame de Paris
- Basilique du Sacré-Coeur
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