The ISEN pedagogy :
the being, the knowledge and the know-how of the engineer
A scientific, technical and human training
- Between his post-baccalaureate entry and his graduation, the student progresses and acquires all the skills that will make him an accomplished professional in his work and sought after by companies. Entering the school with an average of 13,5/20 in the baccalaureate, after 5 years of studies at ISEN Yncréa Méditerranée, the young graduates are recruited around 39k€/year, among the best salaries of young graduates of engineering schools.
- Engineering education has a very important technical component. But without the ability to adapt and communicate, it is not enough for the engineering profession. It is therefore essential to acquire a much broader culture.
- ISEN' s pedagogy pays great attention to soft skills. The work around projects allows to develop teamwork skills or to learn creativity.
- Great efforts are made to ensure that the courses are carried out in small groups to promote oral communication and exchange between students.
- Learning foreign languages is a mandatory component of our programs. Several languages are offered to students: English, Spanish, German, Japanese...
A good level of English and the First Certificate of Cambridge are required to obtain the degree.
- Internship policy: 1 year of internships spread over 5 years of study
During the engineering curriculum, ISEN students are required to carry out 5 internships, and their duration varies from 15 days in the first year to 6 months at the end of their studies. It's a plus for understanding the business world, the sectors of activity, and choosing a career.
INNOVATION WEEK, GARAGEWEEK, HACKATHONS, TECHNICAL INTERNAL PROJECTS
During their studies, students participate in weeks that are 100% dedicated to project development. They are required to work in groups, on the model of hackathons, in order to quickly come up with solutions to problems.
These projects, in collaboration with teachers and students from other schools (design, business, etc.) and at the request of industrial companies such as STMicroelectronics, Thales, ETSI, etc., enable engineering students to create applications and functional objects in a few days, in the field of smart energies or the Internet of Things, for example. This gives them a concrete experience of their future profession as engineers.
PEDAGOGY & SOFT-SKILLS
Engineering education has a very important technical component. But without the ability to adapt and communicate, it is not enough for the engineering profession.
It is therefore essential to acquire a broader culture. The ISEN pedagogy pedagogy pays great attention to human training, also called soft skills.
Project work allows students to develop teamwork skills and learn creativity.
Every effort is made to ensure that classes and projects are conducted in small groups and encourage oral communication and exchange between students. From the time they enter the school to the time they graduate, students progress and acquire all the skills that will make them successful professionals and sought after by companies.