ENSTA Paris and businesses

The involvement of businesses in ENSTA Paris

The high involvement of businesses, an important asset in the education of engineers, is seen at several levels:

  • In education: nearly 700 temporary professors and engineers working in businesses come daily to pass on current industry know-how to the students of the ENSTA Paris. It is especially the third-year courses, of a more applied nature, which benefit from this contribution. Each of the modules is built by a permanent teacher-researcher of the School, who involves several temporary professors, who sometimes suggest other speakers to address specific points.
  • Through hosting students in business internships
  • Through the successful integration of students into professional life.
  • Through the involvement in teaching and research chairs.
  • Through sponsorship of classes.
  • Through the participation of several businesses in the School's governing bodies (Board of Directors, Education and Research Board, Guidance Board), thus becoming involved in guiding changes in the teaching and life at the ENSTA Paris.
  • Through major collaborations and research contracts.
  • Through financial support within the framework of the apprenticeship tax.
  • Through the participation of the ENSTA Paris in several competitiveness centres: AsTech Paris Région, Mov'eo, System@tic, Pôles Mer Bretagne and Méditerranée, GICAN et Advancity, Cluster Maritime Français and Cluster Drônes.
  • Through partnerships allowing students to familiarise themselves with cutting-edge software tools recognised in the industry, such as Esterel Technologies
     

Business partners of ENSTA Paris

ENSTA Paris works on a daily basis with many businesses, with which it establishes partnerships.

Contracted partnerships

ENSTA Paris is committed to a process of strengthening its links with its main business partners. Since 2013, three partnerships have been signed:

  • Naval Group
    Naval Group and ENSTA Paris collaborate on education, research, international and campus relations.The agreement provides for the establishment of a monitoring committee, made up of representatives of Naval Group and the ENSTA Paris, which meets regularly to take stock of past and future joint actions and to define the main orientations of this partnership.
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  • Safran
    ENSTA Paris and Safran have signed a global partnership agreement. Safran and the ENSTA Paris collaborate in terms of education, research, international and campus relations. The agreement provides for the establishment of a cooperation committee, made up of representatives of Safran and the ENSTA Paris, which meets regularly to take stock of past and future joint actions and to define the main orientations of the partnership.
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  • EY
    For several years, EY has been involved with the ENSTA Paris by providing support in the form of advice and sharing of intellectual know-how.  These close links were strengthened by EY’s support of a 2nd-year class in the engineering course at the ENSTA Paris titled "Financial and strategic business analysis". This exemplary collaboration was formalised by the signing of an expert sponsorship agreement. By this agreement, EY undertakes to provide the ENSTA Paris free of charge with various services of an intellectual nature, for which EY will intervene directly or else will seek the assistance of another legal entity that is a member of its network.
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Contact ENSTA Paris students

ENSTA Paris encourages businesses to be present in its students’ education. Several avenues are open towards this, from the organisation of events to partnership with student associations, whether it is the Student Office, the Sports Office, the Forum Trium team or the Junior-entreprise TAEP. Find the contact details of the various student associations

Contact

Elena
Muré
Assistant head of business relations