ISEN : engineering school in Toulon and Marseille

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The school for digital engineers

ISEN Yncréa Méditerranée is a reputable engineering school. It is an association and a non-profit organisation accredited by the French Engineering Commission CTI.

ISEN promises each student, each talent, each future professional to be accompanied throughout his or her training course, a course that corresponds as much to his or her desires as to the needs of companies and society.

Because digital technologies are everywhere, ISEN trains professionals capable of meeting the needs of all sectors of activity and society.

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Cybersecurity
  • e-health
  • Embedded systems
  • Connected objects
  • Computer Science
  • Software development
  • Mobile Robotics
  • Big data
  • Smart energy
 

ISEN is labeled by the CTI for a maximum of 5 years (certification and guarantee of teaching quality)

Discover in video the pedagogy and values ofISEN Yncréa Méditerranée!

Programs and Campuses

Which study path at ISEN ?

From a pedagogical point of view, you build your career path over 5 years to obtain an engineering diploma, or over 3 years to obtain a Bachelor's degree.

After the baccalaureate, several possibilities are offered to you at ISEN. Depending on your profile (general baccalaureate, technical baccalaureate STI2D...), several preparatory cycles in 2 years are proposed:

After these 2 preparatory years, you can enter the engineering cycle and choose one of the 8 options available to obtain your engineering degree in 5 years.

The Bachelors in Science and Engineering: Gaming e-makers (Marseille), Cybersecurity or Tech for Green (Toulon) train digital experts in 3 years.

 

The Specialized Masters train after a baccalaureate + 5 years to complete its training with an additional year of study, in Cybersecurity or in Maritime Telecommunication Networks

The Yncréa Group

ISEN Yncréa Méditerranée is part of the Yncréa Group, the leading private association of engineering schools (Junia, HEI, ISEN, ISA) and represents more than 7000 students in 3 major regions of France.

Our academic programs at the Toulon and Marseille engineering schools follow the same objective, to train highly competent engineers who are also creative and well-versed in their profession, capable of adapting to the new challenges of innovative jobs in industry or services.

After entering one of the post-baccalaureate programs, the student-engineer chooses to continue his or her engineering training in a Master's program from among a multitude of options offered by all of Yncréa's member campuses (in Lille, Bordeaux, Nantes, Brest, Marseille, etc.), including 8 on the Toulon campus.

Become an ISEN engineer

- It means training, in 5 years from the baccalaureate, in the knowledge and know-how of the engineer.

- It is a training in a unique network of engineering schools, present for more than 30 years in the PACA region and strong of 10000 alumni all over the world.

- It means immersing oneself in innovation, the international scene and the business world, in order to adapt to high-tech professions.

- This is the key to a recognized engineering degree, an exciting job and a comfortable annual salary for young graduates.

ISEN Yncréa Méditerranée, quality and labels

ISEN in the ranking of the best engineering schools

CTI accreditation, EESPIG label, research, proximity to companies, international, ISEN in Toulon and Marseille is a generalist engineering school on a human scale, which provides its 850 students with the best study conditions from the baccalaureate to Master level and gives them a state-recognized diploma, which enables them to find a job immediately after graduation.

Excellence, from the baccalaureate to the engineering degree

The students enter ISEN with an average of 13.5/20 in their baccalaureate; they integrate the fields of excellence or expertise, specialize in engineering and leave 5 years later with an engineering degree and a salary of more than 39k€ gross. During these 5 years, the school does everything possible to allow them to learn and train in ideal conditions.

Quality "made in ISEN"

Beyond the rankings, ISEN is an engineering school that has been betting for more than 30 years on digital and pedagogical innovation and gives everyone a chance to succeed. The CTI and EESPIG quality labels are among the guarantees of this continuous quality.

The research projects, in partnership with local companies, are also proof of the school's dynamism, which contributes to offering employment opportunities to graduates. Thus, 98% of our graduates obtain a permanent contract within 5 months of graduation.

On school rankings

Which engineering career path?

"It is a tool that is far too simplistic and does not reflect the complexity and diversity of our activities. But the general public, I understand, wants synthetic, easy-to-use indicators. Rankings are a necessary evil. But their reliability is very... average. What bothers me a lot is that rankings tend to erase differences. They push schools to copy each other. They also maintain a form of self-reproduction.
Olivier Oger
General Manager of Edhec
"I am both skeptical and fatalistic about rankings. They exist, we have to deal with them. In absolute terms, they are a good information tool for candidates and schools. On the condition that they are carried out seriously and transparently. But some schools use them as a marketing and communication tool.
Jean-Michel Nicolle
General Manager of EPF

Source " Rankings: the point of view of the heads of grandes écoles and universities " LesEchos.fr

10%

of graduates working abroad (17.2% of young graduates)

850

students on 2 campuses on a human scale

6 years old

Maximum accreditation issued by the CTI (Commission des titres d'ingénieur)

Labels and accreditations

CTI accreditation

ISEN Yncréa Méditerranée is part of the Yncréa Group (1st private association of engineering schools) and represents more than 7000 students in 3 major regions of France.

Our academic programs at the Toulon and Marseille engineering schools follow the same objective, to train highly competent engineers who are also creative and well-versed in their profession, capable of adapting to the new challenges of innovative jobs in industry or services.

After entering one of the post-bac programs, the student-engineer chooses to continue his or her engineering training in a Master's degree among a multitude of professional fields offered by all of Yncréa's member campuses, including 8 on the ISEN Méditerranée campus in Toulon.

The EESPIG label

EESPIG stands for " private higher education institution of general interest" .

This qualification created by the law on higher education and research of July 22, 2013, allows for the labeling of private higher education institutions under contract with the state.

This label distinguishes " non-profit " schools from other private schools. To obtain this qualification, schools must meet certain conditions in terms of their educational offer (5-year degree course, master's degree), their operations and social policy and their management independence.

The qualification EESPIG qualification officially rewards the innovative teaching methods of higher education institutions, as well as their ability to adapt to the problems and challenges of companies. The schools distinguished by this recognition must also participate in the central missions of higher education and research, includingtraining offer, the scientific and technological research, professional integration, international cooperation through Erasmus+ programs or student exchanges.

The EESPIG label is attributed to the establishments which answer to these missions of general interest and share values. Within this framework, ISEN offers to the students who need it the most, scholarships that cover their curriculum, and practices for all the students tuition fees among the lowest of the non public engineering schools.

The EESPIG qualification has been awarded to ISEN Méditerranée since 2017.

ISEN, Research and Companies

The IOT Chair

In 2016, ISEN Méditerranée created an "Internet of Things" research chair to enable innovation in the field of connected objects. This creation was carried out around projects with 3 major companies at the forefront of the digital sector: Orange, IBM and Gemalto.

The investment in the IOT Chair is more than 915.000 euros for the 3 years to come. It will allow teachers-researchers, students and partners of ISEN to create innovative solutions, to develop new products and solutions in a world increasingly "connected".

ISEN success is

98%

student employed
5 months after graduation.

10000

ISEN Engineers

39 200€

of gross annual salary at hiring

100%

of graduates have international experience

Students' opinion

Involvement in school life, personal development, ethics, music or sports studies...

The human being is at the heart of the training of ISEN engineers.

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