A policy of opening-up at international level
Importance of foreign languages
Today, the work of the engineer demands the mastery of one or more foreign languages. This is why learning languages is particularly important at the ENSCI: teaching in homogeneous groups to progress at your own pace, obligatory learning of a second language, minimum level required in the TOEIC test (required score: 750).
The spirit of international exchanges at the ENSCI
How can you come to study at the ENSCI ?
-Admission on qualification to the 1st year Engineer cycle
This page is addressed to foreign students who did not begin their higher studies in France
Foreign pupils, you hold a diploma of a level higher than or equal to the bachelor in chemistry or physics, marking the successful conclusion to three or four years of higher studies, and you have a very good level in mathematics and a good knowledge of the French language.
You are very motivated to continue your studies in our school. You can apply for admission on existing qualification in the engineer cycle of the ENSCI. The selection is made on file and interview. The admissions committee will then be able to admit you to the engineer cycle. The ENSCI engineer studies last for two or three years according to your level at entrance and their successful completion is marked by an engineering diploma recognized by the French State and also conferring the grade of Master. The maximum number of students able to be admitted each year after each of the various competitive exams is fixed each year on a proposal from the School Director. All the applications are the subject of the examination of a file and are final after an interview with the admissions panel. The ENSCI is also a partner in the network n+i and in the 2nd year welcomes students educated in universities outside Europe. Website :http://www.nplusi.com
An association of students
An association of students, the ENSCI-International Activities Group, is involved in the reception of foreign students at the ENSCI and in the establishment of partnership relations with foreign counterparts for the reception of students from the ENSCI. Contact : email@example.com
Email : Claire.firstname.lastname@example.org
Tell : (33) (0)5 87 50 25 54