Experiencing studies at Esisar, the "Advanced Systems and Networks" School
Situated in Valence, Esisar is part of the Grenoble Institute of Technology (Grenoble INP), which brings together six renowned engineering schools*, close to the industrial world and open to international exchanges. Our engineers are trained in Embedded Systems and IT technologies, with a cutting-edge curriculum spanning Electronics, Computer Sciences/IT, Control and Networks. Our engineering degree programme is certified by the EUR-ACE (EURopean ACcredited Engineer) label, with the European-accredited engineering master degree programme certificate.
Esisar welcomes 400 students each year, among which 15 % of international students. Our five-year-studies engineering school has developed its courses and programs in close contact with industry, and has a well-developed business promotion policy. Esisar also hosts a laboratory in the field of design and systems integration, the LCIS, which develops high-level research in strong connection with many international laboratories: http://lcis.grenoble-inp.fr/le-laboratoire/.
Esisar-Grenoble INP has also developed cooperation programs alongside renowned technology universities worldwide. The school is proud to host students from right across the world, and to encourage its students and staff to travel abroad to work within partner universities or to do internships in foreign companies, so as to enhance career possibilities.
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