• 82 partner universities and 32 double-degree agreements in America, Africa, Asia and Europe
• 28% of foreign students at ENSTA Paris, from 30 different countries
• 2 offshore campuses
The Engineer: a profession without borders
The engineering profession covers a large number of work opportunities abroad. It is therefore essential to prepare students for it, whatever the sector of activity or the positions they wish to engage in.
The essential international dimension
ENSTA Paris gives a very important role to the international dimension in its training course. For the students of ENSTA Paris, this is materialised through:
- the study of two foreign languages including English, with the possibility of starting a third language (French (for international students), German, Arabic, Chinese, Japonese, Italian, Spanish, Russian)
- the obligation to complete part of one’s education abroad, whether in the form of a stay at a foreign university or an internship.
Reciprocally, by training high-level foreign students in the French approach to the engineering profession, ENSTA Paris contributes to the development of the economic and technological collaborations of tomorrow.
A proactive and ambitious policy
Since a few years now, ENSTA Paris has been engaging in a proactive and ambitious international policy. A member of many exchange networks, it has developed numerous partnerships and has prioritised the recruitment of high-level foreign students.
ENSTA Paris in international networks
As part of its international policy, ENSTA Paris has 82 partner universities and 32 double degree agreements, which it has signed with partner universities. To conduct its international policy, the School relies on several networks that it is a member of.
ENSTA Paris has had its Erasmus charter renewed as part of the new Erasmus + programme covering the period of 2021 to 2027.
For more information on Erasmus+
The T.I.M.E. network
ENSTA Paris is part of a network which includes the best technical universities in Europe: T.I.M.E. (Top International Managers in Engineering). The objective of the T.I.M.E. Association is to promote double-degree exchange courses. All these schools were subjected to a rigorous selection to become members; they maintain privileged relations with ENSTA Paris. See the list of members of the T.I.M.E. network.
To find out more about the network, visit the TIME website