The engineering course, sought by almost half of newcomers in 2022, is maintaining its strong appeal among top students, as shown by its position as the 5th engineering school in France in terms of the average level of its students in the competitive examination.
The ISAE Group’s apprenticeship engineering course, launched in 2020 on the ISAE-SUPAERO campus, has continued to develop. It is now deployed on 3 campuses: Toulouse (ISAE-SUPAERO), Poitiers (ISAE-ENSMA) and ST Ouen (ISAE-SUPMECA), and welcomed 65 new apprentices this year.
On the Masters side, the “Aerospace Engineering” Master’s degree continues to gain traction, with close to 150 new students, 95% of them international students. The Institute’s 15 specialized Mastère® programs are hosting nearly 200 students and apprentices.
As was the case last year, foreign students account for 40% of newcomers to campus this year.
PROFESSIONAL PLACEMENT GUARANTEED
In 2021, 77% of the 300 graduate engineers had found a job even before they graduated. Almost half of them have R&D positions in the aerospace sector, especially at industrial companies such as Airbus, Dassault or Thales. Among the other sectors of choice for young graduates are the defense sector, in 3rd position, followed by the energy, IT and environment sectors.
80% of masters graduates joined French companies at the end of their studies, confirming the ability of ISAE-SUPAERO to attract the best international talent for the benefit of the French and European aviation and space industry.
A CAMPUS THAT CONTINUES TO DEVELOP
> Inauguration of the new Learning Center “The Marie Marvingt Aviation Library”: this new building of nearly 3,000 m² hosts and makes available an exceptional aerospace documentary collection created by the Institute since its creation in 1909. It also offers its students, teacher-researchers and the general public collaborative and connected workspaces.
> Energy renovation works all over the campus: Important work is continuing for a few more months thanks to the funding obtained under the 2020-2022 recovery plan. This rehabilitation should make it possible to reduce the energy consumption of the buildings concerned by two thirds.