Engineering training with student status

Active instruction to create versatile engineers

Right from the outset, engineering students are given practical training alongside their theoretical, scientific and technical instruction. 60% of the training involves introducing students to the requirements of the working environment: work placements, projects, practical work and project-based instruction.

Including courses from humanities, economics and law, training at ENIT makes non-specialist engineers highly versatile.

Being so versatile  helps  our students to find jobs quickly in a wide range of fields.


Being actively involved in your  career is a way of building your  future…

Engineering students study a variety of subjects to make them versatile and able to  adapt to the corporate environment:

  • Basic science: mathematics, physics, thermodynamics, optics, electricity, electromagnetism, chemistry, etc.
  • Engineering science: mechanics, design, manufacturing, industrial engineering, industrial IT, materials, etc.
  • Humanities, economics and social sciences: communication, eco-management, management, introduction to socio-economics, modern language 1, modern language 2, etc.


From semester 7  onwards,  students will start specialising, selecting  from the five options below:


Integrated Systems Design

 Mechanical Engineering

Buildings and Public Works

 Engineering of Materials and Structures and Processes

 Industrial Engineering

Design of systems architectures, on-board energy management,

robotics and autonomous systems algorithm

Design, manufacturing, dimensioning, modelling and numerical simulation of mechanical systems

  Structural design and calculation, geotechnics, earthworks, housing and energy, building equipment

 Materials and design, commissioning of materials metallurgy, durability, metals and composites

 Organisation, logistics, production management, risk management, performance evaluation, lean manufacturing



An engineering school open to Europe and the world

To meet the requirements of the corporate world and the globalisation of trade,  every graduate must travel, for which ENIT offers a number of options:

  • A semester studying at one of our 70 partner universities: a number of exchange programmes (Erasmus+, FITEC, LACCEI…)
  • A double degree with one of our 8 partner universities in Argentina, Brazil and Colombia
  • A European Project Semester,  replacing the work placement in the 6th semester
  • A work placement abroad

 I started studying at ENIT as soon as I left school with my Baccalaureate in Science and Mathematics [BAC S].  I chose to study there as I knew the college offered a general education with options, including buildings and public works, which was the subject of my work project. Another of the college's key strengths, I believe , is the work experience in a corporate environment which the college offers (30%). I'm currently in my second year, and did my first work placement last year at  Travaux Publics MALET [Civil Engineers, Buildings and Public Works] in Toulouse, France. For the first few weeks I worked as an Assistant Site Manager, and then as an Assistant Works Manager,  working in the office or visiting worksites alternately. The training we receive at ENIT and the work placements complement one other completely. On the course, we learn how to think, how to work in groups on projects, and we learn to develop a sense of responsibility. Once we're at  work, we've arrived, we really are  an engineer. That's a real plus when we start looking for a job! Martin, 2nd year student


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