FOR ENSAIT STUDENTS
ENSAIT is a partner of 50 universities around the world. All engineering students spend at least one semester in these international exchanges.
More than 300 companies around the world also host ENSAIT engineering students for long-term internships or for their final year projects.
Each student internationalizes his or her professional curriculum and learns to master a foreign language. A must!
100% of our students have at least one semester of experience abroad as part of an academic exchange or internship.
ENSAIT’s partners are located on all continents:
University of Zagreb
Universitat Politècnica de
The University of Manchester
University of West Attica
Politecnico di Torino
Università degli Studi
AMFI – Amsterdam
Lodz University of Technology
Universidade do Minho
Technical University of Liberec
Gheorghe Asachi Technical
University of Novi Sad
University of Maribor
University of Ljubljana
University of Borås
EGE University – Faculty of Engineering
Instanbul Teknik Universitesi
Dokuz Eylul University
Izmir University of Economics
RWTH – ITA Aachen Institut
Technical University Of Dresden
Institut für Textilmaschinen
Afrique du Sud
Durban University of
Ecole Supérieure des
Ecole Nationale d’Ingénieurs
Ecole Nationale d’Ingénieurs
The Hong Kong
Université de Soochow
Zheijiang Sci-tech University
Wuhan Textile University
Kyoto Institute of Technology
NIFT National Institute of Fashion
World University of Design
Université Polytechnique d’Hô-Chi-Minh-Ville
Universidade de Sao Paulo
Regional Faculty of Buenos Aires
A day of partner presentations is organised in November each year (more than a year before the mobility). This is an opportunity for third year students returning from mobility to share their experiences with and newly arrived first year students through slide shows, films, photos, comments, “typical” timetables.
As a follow-up to this day (between November and March), the country tutors (academic/scientific referent teacher-researchers from one or more universities) present the partners they are in charge of to the students interested in the destination.
The application file is usually submitted in February, an email is sent each year in November to determine the deadline for submission.
For the selection, the following will be taken into account:
- results in languages (English + LV2): 25%.
- academic results (E1, semesters 1+2): 50%.
- interview with the country tutor: 25%.
The double diploma is awarded after the second year at ENSAIT and allows you to obtain the ENSAIT diploma as well as that of the partner university after another two years at a foreign partner university. In other words, 4 years of study (instead of 3) for two diplomas.
& Soochow University
et Qingdao University
Université Do Minho
University of Saint Petersburg
Internships and graduation projects
One of the main objectives of ENSAIT is to promote international exchanges and to enable all students to gain experience abroad.
More than 300 companies from all over the world place their trust in ENSAIT and welcome engineering students on internships, end-of-study projects or as part of the apprenticeship programme!
They have a double purpose:
- to lead you into engineering behavior,
- bring you the knowledge of the textile industry or distribution, of the business world.
You will learn how to manage a team and a project.
A gap is a period during which a student suspends his or her university studies to gain personal or professional experience either independently or with a host organisation abroad. This option is open to motivated ENSAIT students who wish to carry out a project linked to the academic, university or professional career of a future engineer. The gap encourages the student’s personal development.
It is the legislation of the host country which must apply in the relations between the student and the host organisation, including in the case of a training course that is disjoined from his or her original training.
Grants and Scholarships
Scholarships of the Hauts de France Region
Awarding of international mobility grants from the Mermoz Region and AMI “Aide à la Mobilité Internationale” grants for CROUS grantees
Composition of the scholarship award committee :
- The school principal or the Director General of Services
- The Administrative Manager of the Research Department
- Director of International Relations
- The Assistant of the International Relations Service outgoing mobility
- The Student Vice President
- Students elected to the Study Council
Selection (after meeting the criteria of the Region or CROUS) will be based on academic results (average) and attendance.
The ENSAIT Study Council has accepted the principle of non-cumulation of the Mermoz and AMI regional scholarships.
Erasmus + allowance
The allocation is made within the limit of the number of annual allocations obtained by the ENSAIT.
The allowance allocated to students is determined according to the country of destination in order to take into account the local cost of living:
|1||Danemark, Finlande, Irlande, Islande, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norvège, Royaume-Uni, Suède||270 €||420 €|
|2||Allemagne, Autriche, Belgique, Chypre, Espagne, Grèce, Italie, Malte, Pays Bas, Portugal||220 €||370 €|
|3||Bulgarie, Croatie, Estonie, Hongrie, Lettonie, Lituanie, Ancienne République Yougoslave de Macédoine, Pologne, Roumanie, République-Tchèque, Slovaquie, Slovénie, Turquie||170 €||320 €|
Students with disabilities may receive additional assistance. Information available from the International Relations Department.
Payment of the Erasmus + allowance
No scholarships are paid before departure.
The Erasmus+ allowance is paid in TWICE:
70% of the total amount on receipt of the certificate of arrival within the time limit (to be sent within 5 days of your arrival to the International Relations Department of the ENSAIT)
To simplify Erasmus + grant applications, you can either go directly to the platform https://info.erasmusplus.fr/ or recently contact the dedicated line on 05.56.00.94.00, which will help you put together an Erasmus + application to obtain a grant for your trip abroad.
ENSAIT is a member of the “n+i” network, an association of French Engineering Grandes Ecoles which have chosen to pool their international cooperation actions in order to facilitate the recruitment and reception of foreign students in France as well as their students’ stays abroad.
The “n+i” Network offers international students personalized support tailored to their needs.
It also encourages its members to establish cooperation agreements with higher education institutions around the world to enable their own students to achieve academic mobility.
Students can apply for a period of study or internship abroad (in a laboratory or company) in agreement with the host institution.
A single, free registration allows you to apply in one go to all the Grandes Ecoles of Engineering members of the “n+i” Network.