All information provided here are certified by ENSISA direction.
The employment figures are mostly from our annual employment survey conducted under the direction of the Conference of Grandes Ecoles.
Like all schools accredited by the Engineering Diploma Commission, ENSISA publishes an annual table of indicator board ( “certified data”) available on the CTI website.
On the average of the last three promotions, 93% of graduates said they have an engineer-level job and 83% said they got employment in the training sector.
So there is no problem of matching the out graduates and jobs held.
The detailed analysis of sectors of our graduates is mixed.
Computer scientists and textile manufacturers are working in companies in these sectors, while those from other specialties, with a wide profile (mechanical, automatic systems, production systems) are placed without surprise in all industry sectors.
In terms of job search, the overall situation of ENSISA is fairly close to the national average, which it follows the trend developments.
(Here we use the survey conducted six months after the school output by the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles)
The workplace of our graduates, all specialties screw shows a constant vis national figures: some graduates work in Ile de France.
33% are fixed in Alsace and 14% abroad (9% of cross-border).
Former graduate apprentices are fixed in Alsace or nearby.
31% of courses serve as pre-employment graduate engineers ENSISA.
ENSISA’s graduates have a long tradition of working abroad: is remote (for example linked to globalization in textiles and fiber), is very close to the border work (mainly in the Basel catchment area).
The average earnings of the ENSISA graduates is quite similar to the national average.
It is much higher for border graduates working in Switzerland.