ENSAIT is the leading textile school in Europe and is accredited by the CTI (Commission des Titres d'Ingénieur) and is a member of the CGE (Conférence des Grandes Ecoles). The ENSAIT engineering degree is now recognised throughout the world.

The two types of training at ENSAIT (BAC +5)

The engineering degree can be obtained by the initial route or by apprenticeship training: 

The ENSAIT curriculum includes :

  • teaching in the form of courses, lectures, seminars, tutorials and practical work.
  • personal work in the context of internships in companies or end-of-study projects, active participation in professional events
  • group projects (1st year project, 2nd year)
  • a compulsory period abroad in the form of an internship, a semester of study at a foreign university or a dual degree course.

The programme ends with an 18-week end-of-study project in a research laboratory or company in France or abroad.

ENSAIT is a partner of 50 universities around the world. The engineering students benefit from a minimum of one semester of experience abroad, within the framework of university exchanges. Depending on the type of engineering course (initial or apprenticeship), students can choose between:

  • A semester of exchange
  • A double degree
  • Internships and/or the end-of-study project abroad
  • the e-team programme
  • A gap year abroad

More than 300 companies around the world also welcome ENSAIT student-engineers for long-term internships or for their end-of-study projects.


The admission and entry routes to ENSAIT are different depending on the candidate’s background and the training envisaged (initial or apprenticeship). Click on the following link to find all the entrance exams:

And after graduation?

33 000 € gross annual salary of employment

20 days of average job search time of job search

61% of students have a job before graduation

Our graduates testify

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