ESIEE-Amiens: Graduate School of Electronics and Electrical Engineering
ESIEE-Amiens was created in 1992, by industrialists to serve industry.
The quality of the programme, the personalised support of the students and the links with companies (e.g Airbus, Vinci Energies, Schneider Electrics, …) allow every student to build his/her professional project step by step and to quickly find a job once he / she has graduated.
450 students, 27 full-time lecturers / researchers and 115 associate lecturers
Associations : 20 clubs, student office, sports office, Alumni association
Accommodation : school residences and accommodation office
University partners in 35 countries, University exchange partners : Erasmus, Brafitec, Chilfitec
6 dual degree programmes (South Africa, England, Canada, China, Denmark, Sweden)
5 Research Master’s programmes, 1 Specialised Master’s programme, 5 Masters of Science
ESIEE-Amiens offers a Master’s degree in Engineering which leads to a broad variety of professional careers. Companies such as Alstom, Atos Worldline, Bouygues Telecom, EDF, IBM, Schlumberger, Schneider Electric, Thales, or Toyota recruit every year graduates from ESIEE-Amiens.
ESIEE-Amiens study programme takes into account the growing necessity for its graduate engineers to be operational in a multicultural and ever-evolving environment.
Being open to the world has always been an important element of our training programme. More than 60% of the graduates in 2011 studied abroad, either working on a research project or following classes in a foreign university or carrying out an internship in a company. ESIEE-Amiens is continually developing partnerships abroad with universities, laboratories, research centres and companies.
During their final two years of study, ESIEE-Amiens students are required to carry out two work placements in a company or research laboratory (a placement of 3.5 months in fourth year and a placement of 6 months in fifth year) in order to gain professional experience before entering the job market.
From the 1st year of the Master’s programme, all the students will follow specialised courses in one of the three options offered: