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Graduate Engineering School


G r a d u at e S c h o o l i n i t , e l e c t r o n i c S & a u t o m at e d S y S t e m S


Become an ESIEA engineer
INTRODUCTION FROM ESIEA GROUP’S DIRECTOR Welcome to ESIEA, the Graduate School that provides not only high level engineering training but also develops the personal abilities of our students, giving them life skills that make all the difference! ESIEA, recognised by the State, authorised by the CTI (a government body for quality assurance in graduate engineering schools) and a member of CGE (Conférence des Grandes Ecoles), has built its reputation on transferring knowledge, know-how and life skills to its future graduates, enabling them to enter their first position swiftly and to develop their career in a continuously changing world. We are proud of the quality and diversity of our 6,200 graduates’ career paths and this confirms that our school is firmly in touch with reality. The Alumni, who have been owners of the school since 1986, are involved with the students in different years, enabling them to benefit from their expertise, experience and their professional networks. In practical terms, what can one learn at ESIEA? Our ambition is to train engineers as designers, developers, system and application integrators by combining coursework in IT, electronics and automated systems. They know how to design, to model and to simulate a process seen in numerous fields with the use of new technologies e.g. designing a drone, safeguarding a computer network, carrying out medical imaging, setting up interbank communication systems, to name but a few. Given the broad training on offer, they also have the opportunity to acquire solid technical skills in one of the research fields within the school or to expand their skills by working in conjunction with our academic partners in France or abroad. Whether it be through the courses taught, the teamwork on practical projects or humanitarian, cultural or sporting activities, our students find the means to stimulate their creativity, and to develop their taste for innovation, their capacity to adapt and their sense of communication. The wide range of possibilities, the freedom of choice and proximity to permanent teaching and research staff help students to build their own paths, making them unique ESIEA engineers. The school is a place of reciprocal enrichment, for both the students and the ESIEA team, fostering the full potential of each and every one. Photo: Gérard Sanpité, year of graduation 1974, director of ESiEa Group, with Paris and Laval Student Union representatives.


of our students are recruited before graduation.

alumni work in diverse sectors in large enterprises in France and internationally.



The first three years at ESIEA provide students with a solid scientific-technical base. The last two years, of a more professional nature, give each student the opportunity to tailor their training path progressively to their individual needs. 3 levels of study to reach your professional target Year Equivalent to preparatory classes Admissions Objectives Internships



Baccalaureate S, STI, STL

Transition level
• to reinforce the basics required for scientific studies: mathematics, physics, IT, electronics and systems.

1-month manual work placement

2nd 3rd 4th 5th

CPGE 1st Yr, Bac +1 with recognition in sciences, 1st Yr BSc CPGE 2nd Yr, 2nd Yr BSc, ATS Preparatory class, DUT, BTS

Consolidation level
• to acquire and consolidate fundamental scientific knowledge. • to learn how to carry out a teamwork project and bring it to fruition. 2-month technical work placement

2-month special assignment abroad

1st Yr MSc

Advanced level
• to acquire the professional elements necessary to be an ESIEA engineer. 9-month engineering work...
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