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Esiee

ESIEE, (previously named École Supérieure d'Ingénieurs en Électronique et Électrotechnique), is a network of French graduate schools composed of two graduate schools of engineering known as ESIEE Paris and ESIEE Amiens and one graduate school of management called ESIEE Management.


Contents

  • History 1
  • ESIEE Amiens 2
  • ESIEE Management 3
  • ESIEE Paris 4
  • Rankings 5

History

In 1904 the Breguet school was founded and kept this name until the 1960s. It was a graduate school of engineering in the field of electronics and electricity. In 1968 the school is renamed ESIEE Paris and is operated by the Paris Chamber of Commerce. In 1992 another branch of the school opened in Amiens; ESIEE Amiens. In 1995 the ESIEE Management was created (formerly known as the Institut Supérieur de Technologie et de Management).

ESIEE Amiens

ESIEE Amiens
École Supérieure d'Ingénieurs en Électronique et Électrotechnique d'Amiens
Motto Inventer le futur
Let's invent the future
Established 1992
Type Graduate school of engineering (Grande École)
Director Pierre Loonis
Students 450
Postgraduates French equivalent of a master's degree
Location Amiens, France
Website http://www.esiee-amiens.fr

Approximately 80 of the 450 students in Amiens graduate every year. During the last two years, students in Amiens choose a specialization among the following subjects:

ESIEE Management

ESIEE Management is a business school for high tech projects where management and technologies are inseparable. Courses are based on learning management concepts and the knowledge of a technical subject. The academic disciplines and the 10 months of internship allow graduate students to be quickly effective in companies. The possibility to spend the third year in a foreign country gives the opportunity for students to pursue an international career.

The academic specializations are:

  • Management and Biotechnology or Bioindustry:
  • Management and Computer Science or Digital Communications:
  • Management and Advanced Materials or Integrated Engineering:

ESIEE Paris

ESIEE Paris
École Supérieure d'Ingénieurs en Électronique et Électrotechnique
Motto Les écoles de l'innovation technologique
Schools of technological innovation
Established 1904
Type Graduate school of engineering (Grande École)
Director Dominique Perrin
Students 1200
Postgraduates French equivalent of a master's degree
Location Marne-la-Vallée, France
Website http://www.esiee.fr

Approximately 400 of the 1200 students in Paris graduate every year and 60% of them spent at least three months studying or working outside of France. Depending on their specialization, they can attend classes in its 300 m2 (3200 ft2) clean room. It is known as the first engineering school to have students design and launch an artificial satellite, named SARA, in 1991, as part of extracurricular work in ESIEESpace, a student club. During the last two years, students in Paris choose a specialization among the following subjects:

ESIEE launched master of science programs in nano-science MEMS, electronic engineering and system on a chip, programs to which international students and 4th and 5th year ESIEE students may participate. [1] [2]

Rankings

ESIEE Paris and ESIEE Amiens are generally ranked in the top

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