Designing tomorrow’s systems
ISAE-SUPAERO engineers have a proven track record as:
- Multidisciplinary designers of tomorrow’s systems, fully engaged in providing solutions to meet the challenges of the aerospace sector
- Directly employable, and equipped to become leading technical experts, managers and researchers
- Specialized in the design processes and methods of complex, critical systems with wide-ranging applications
- Future managers of large-scale industrial projects in multicultural, international environments
- Innovative and open-minded, with strong leadership and management skills
Whether working in design offices, production and manufacturing, logistics, auditing, consulting, or research, ISAE-SUPAERO engineers bring their skills to all the key sectors of the economy from aeronautics and space, to energy, transportation, banking, the automotive sector, engineering and public works, among others.
Solid multidisciplinary training
The program is based on a multidisciplinary core curricuculum comprised of courses in three main areas: science, humanities, engineering and businesses.
During the last year students choose to specialize in a field of expertise and a sector of activity, thereby consolidating their system architect training.
The ISAE-SUPAERO engineering program also offers students the opportunity of engaging in many projects, as well as acquiring solid professional experience thanks to the School’s close links with industry as well as on the international scale, with top level partnerships in 25 countries.
To leverage their professional goals, students have the option of personalizing their curriculum by doing a reinforced program in three areas: research, international development, or innovation and entrepreneurship. They may also choose to take additional elective courses offering new perspectives in other areas of expertise.
ISAE-SUPAERO students enjoy an outstanding learning and cultural environment thanks to research equipment and facilities unique in Europe, world-class faculty, a network of 1800 lecturers from industry, and a campus located along the Canal du Midi, close to downtown Toulouse.
In fact, la Ville Rose, as Toulouse is affectionately called in reference to the lovely pink color of its historic brick buildings, is yearly voted one of the most desirable places to live and study in France, as well as being the European capital of the space and aeronautics industry, and the second largest university town after Paris.