Institutional presentation

ENSEA, Graduate Engineering School since 1952

ENSEA is a French public Graduate School founded in 1952, and located in Cergy, west of Paris.

Studying at ENSEA means choosing a high-quality institution that trains students in cutting-edge technologies recognized by international companies.

ENSEA’s academic offer covers all the main fields of Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Bioengineering, Computer Science and Communication Networks.

ENSEA has been granted three major accreditations: CTI’s (National Accreditation for Official Engineering Degrees), « Bienvenue en France » rewarding the quality of the international relations services and the Eur-Ace.
It is also part of the Global E3 network and of the national consortium AMPERE composed of seven major Engineering Schools in the IT field.

ENSEA in a glance

  • More than 7,500 alumni
  • 30 km from Paris, gateway to Europe
  • 800 students
  • 100 apprentices
  • 250 graduated students per year
  • 100% of graduated students have an international experience during the curriculum
  • 20% of final year students are in exchange or double degree programs
  • 152 international agreements with 30 double degree programs
  • 3 double degree programs with Schools of Management
  • 5 double degree programs research-oriented
  • 2 research laboratories
  • 70 PhD and post-doctoral students
  • 90 tenured professors
  • 27 teaching laboratories
  • 200 corporate partners
  • 180 visiting professors from industry and partner institutions
  • 35 student associations

ENSEA, Through the Eyes of Students


pdf English-taught Engineering at ENSEA pdf, 1.41 MB
pdf ENSEA General Presentation (FR) pdf, 6.77 MB