ESIGELEC is hosting an open day on Saturday February 8th 2014 from 9am to 5pm: a chance for everyone to see how and why they should attend this grande école.
What do you do in an engineering school? A traditional course or apprenticeship? How about international experience? What activities are there outside teaching? Which jobs can engineers get?
Get the answers to these questions on a tour of the laboratories, teaching buildings and through contact with the school’s students, teachers and management.
A series of 3 conferences present the Engineering Course, apprenticeship training and new post-BAC admission terms.
Get to know ESIGELEC
ESIGELEC (Rouen Chamber of Commerce and Industry Engineering School) provides 5 year courses in Telecommunications, Electronics, IT, IT networks, Embedded Systems, Automatic Control and Industrial Robotics, Electrical Engineering, Mechatronics, Energy and Sustainable Development, Biomedical Systems, Project or Finance Engineering.
Students can join after their final year in BAC S or STI2D, Math.Spé, DUT, BTS or bachelor’s degree. 20% of students do a sandwich course.
- 10am – 11am: "Learn about the engineering course"
- 11am - noon: "The post-BAC admissions process"
- 11am - noon: "Become an engineer on an apprenticeship"
- 2pm – 3pm: "Learn about the engineering course"
- 3pm – 4pm: "The post-BAC admissions process"
- 3pm – 4pm: "Become an engineer on an apprenticeship"
Pre-book your spot on the conferences on http://portesouvertes.esigelec.fr
Where to find us?
ESIGELEC is based in the Madrillet Technopôle in Saint Etienne du Rouvray on the south side of Rouen.
View map on http://portesouvertes.esigelec.fr
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