Interested in coming to ESIEA for a semester exchange? We have set up two distinct study paths in English with you in mind!

  • A full year of engineering studies, taught at M1 level on our Paris campus – you can choose to do semester 1, semester 2, or the whole year
  • A thematic semester focused on Computer and Information Security, taught on our Laval campus

For complete course descriptions, and all the information you need, click on the following links :

Click to download the ESIEA information sheet

Click to download the ESIEA application form

Click to download the document Minor in Information Security

Click to download the document ESIEA 4th year program semester 1


Click here to download the ERASMUS Charter 2014-2020

Click here to download the ESIEA’s International Strategy

Linguistic support for incoming students

excuse_my_frenchAs our teaching is mostly done in French, ESIEA requires a B2 level in French (DELF or DALF) for all incoming students taking their course work in French in one of our schools.

In order to help students improve their language skills even more during their stay in France, we offer French Language modules (FLE: 2 ECTS per semester) with a particular stress on scientific French (FOS = Français Objectif Scientifique).

Students studying entirely in English at ESIEA or coming for an internship can also benefit from these French courses (FLE). The FLE modules include teaching about French civilisation.

Credit transfer for mobility

mobilite_erasmusFor both incoming or outgoing mobility, the school provides its partners with all necessary information regarding ECTS credit transfer, allowing students to get their validated credits recognised for an internship or an exchange semester.

ESIEA delivers study transcripts in English to their partner schools indicating the modules the student attended according to his/ her learning agreement, number of ECTS and corresponding mark.

For incoming students doing an internship in one of our research laboratories, the tutor is in regular contact with the tutor in the student’s home university.


You are interested in coming to ESIEA for an Erasmus exchange? We will be glad to welcome you! Get in touch with the international office at your home university to initiate the application procedure.


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