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ENSSAT strongly encourages student exchanges, supports students being geographically mobile and acts as a host educational school for foreign students.
ENSSAT offers their engineering students the opportunity to enjoy the experience of living abroad either in a European, Asian, North American or South American country. Through its many partnerships with international teaching institutions involved in different exchange programs, ENSSAT enables student geographical mobility projects in the form of an academic period spent abroad and/or a pre-employment work placement. In return, ENSSAT acts as a host establishment to foreign students from overseas partner universities. All our student-engineers must, at some point during their course, spend a period gaining experience abroad.

International student mobility programs currently can be completed as:

  • a semester or a full year, during the 3rd year of training, at one of our partner universities
  • a 2 to 3 month work experience placement at the end of the 1st year or 2nd year or a 5-month end-of-studies work experience placement (April - August)
  • a gap year between the 2nd and 3rd years.
  • a summer school period of a month or longer spent at one of our partner universities

These overseas periods can be organised through programs such as ERASMUS (Europe) or under our reciprocal partnerships (see below for the full list of partner institutions).

Enssat is a European Eur-Ace accredited institute certifying that its engineering training course meets the approved quality standards in Europe.

List of ENSSAT's overseas partner institutions

ENSSAT's international relations service also relies on the contacts and connections of their teaching staff, teacher-researchers and researchers as well as their own research network, doing its level best to accommodate any engineering students' specific overseas project wishes.

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Claire Le Page
Director of international relations


Fabienne Rodionoff
Secretary of international relations

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