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ISAE-SUPAERO, ISAE-ENSMA, L’Ecole de l’Air and ESTACA, the four members of ISAE Group, have joined together to leverage and expand the excellence of aerospace engineering higher education for tomorrow’s engineers.
ISAE Group federates French aerospace engineering schools under a single umbrella organization, to expand the reach of these schools both nationally and internationally.
The overall objective is to promote engineering programs, Master’s and Advanced Master’s programs and doctoral programs in aeronautics and space.
ISAE Group is effectively answering the needs of sector professionals.
Some key figures on ISAE Group
- Number of schools : 4
- Total number of students : 4 900
- Engineering students : 3 900
- Doctoral students : 366
- Graduates per year : 1450
- Alumni engineering students : 34 000
- Professors, researchers and engineers : 450
- Research turnover : 38 M€
- International partner universities : 126
Learn about collaborative projects :
Engineering students : different enrollment procedures for each school
To grow student and employer awareness and understanding of ISAE Group as well as to consolidate the coherence of the group’s wide offering of programs, each school is specialized in a main engineering student recruitment area with the overall aim of attracting the best students
Ingénieur ISAE-SUPAERO (Toulouse)
Ingénieur ISAE-ENSMA (Poitiers)
Ingénieur ESTACA (Saint-Quentin en Yvelines - Laval)
Ingénieur ECOLE DE L'AIR (Salon de Provence)
Ingénieur aéronautique et spatial CNAM-ISAE (Toulouse - Poitiers)
A key partner : GIFAS
Le Groupement des Industries Françaises Aéronautiques et Spatiales (GIFAS or the French Aerospace industry group) and Fondation ISAE-SUPAERO have signed a sponsorship agreement to develop advanced higher education and continuing education programs in Europe in the fields of aerospace systems, and to support research, foster social openness and diversity, and raise youth awareness of the innovation-driven aerospace sector.
At the heart of this partnership : the expertise of future engineers
In order to meet the future challenges and technological ruptures facing the aerospace industry (including the growing need for safer, better performing, more intelligent, more environmentally-friendly materials), this tripartite partnership agreement focuses on expanding and reinforcing the skills of future engineers.