ECE offers its students many opportunities of international mobility which will allow them later to work naturally and with ease and efficiency in a multicultural environment.
For that, ECE students have many opportunities to go on international mobility during their studies. They can study for a semester in one of ECE’s partner universities in the 1st and 3rd year of the engineering program. In the last year of the program, they can also integrate a double-diploma program among forty programs with one of the numerous international academic partners.
They also have the possibility to acquire this opening to others, the discovery of other cultures and the deepening of their mastery of foreign languages throughout the curriculum during internships in companies abroad.
ECE has signed nearly 150 agreements with 130 foreign universities in 47 countries on the 5 continents for student and teacher exchanges and research cooperation. All the partner universities deliver Master’s level courses in the field of engineering sciences.
International study mobility: several opportunities
International mobility is mandatory to graduate from ECE. 100% of the ECE students have an international mobility of at least one semester, whatever their profile and their training path (student or apprenticeship status).
Mobility in the 2nd year of the Integrated Preparatory Program (ING2)
ECE offers to its young students an innovative and “avant-garde” program focused on art and technology designed and implemented in collaboration with the Omnes Education campus in San Francisco.
Increasingly close ties between designers and engineers exist in very real ways in different sectors.
The story of Steve Jobs and Apple is the best example. The conventionally separate worlds of art and technology, inspiration and engineering, are coming together in innovation strategies.
Creativity must be combined with technical expertise.
Discover the Art&Tech Program
Mobility in the 1st year of the Engineering Cycle (ING3)
During the 2nd year of the ECE integrated preparatory cycle, the students prepare their international mobility which will take place the following year, in the 1st year of the engineering cycle (ING3): formulation of the destination wishes, departure formalities, preparation of the stay… This mobility takes place between beginning of August and end of December
The students who enter the ECE in ING3 have the possibility to do an international mobility in the second semester of this school year.
Finally, students who enter the ING3 apprenticeship program will be able to carry out their international mobility in a corporate or academic setting.
Example of international destinations in ING3: South Africa, Canada, South Korea, United States, Malta, United Kingdom,…
Mobility in the 3rd year of the Engineering Cycle (ING5)
A new possibility of international mobility is given to students in ING5. It is optional for all students who have already validated their international experience in ING3, and mandatory for the others.
Example of international destinations in ING5: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Philippines, Thailand, …
International double degrees
Students have the possibility to follow a double degree program allowing them to obtain the diploma of a partner institution as well as the ECE engineering diploma.
OMNES Education, the group to which ECE belongs, is located in the lively district of Marybelone, in the heart of the city, with 1,750m² of classrooms and a library. The professional network remains the main strength of the London branch, with nearly 100 speakers and more than 70 partner companies, an added value that fully benefits our students: conferences, company visits, internship offers, job fairs, networking events allow to meet representatives of world-renowned groups (Google, EasyJet, Bloomberg, Cisco, …).
OMNES Education is located in California to offer programs focused on innovation and entrepreneurship. The 850m² campus is ideally located in the Financiel District, between Sansome & Market Street, in the heart of San Francisco, a cosmopolitan city in perpetual growth.
A few kilometers further south, Silicon Valley, one of the most dynamic regions in the world in the field of new technologies, where many companies known for their innovative dimension are based: Google, Apple, Facebook or Tesla.
Students benefit from exceptional partnerships with Citris Foundry, UC Berkeley’s incubator, and SF MOMA, the largest museum of modern and contemporary art in the United States, to conduct creative art, technology and digital projects.