Survey results for Ensai graduate's insertion
The results of the Conférence des Grandes Ecole's yearly insertion survey are always long-awaited. They allow one to measure young graduate's insertion into the workforce. In a less favorable context for all engineering schools this year, insertion of ensai graduates this year is very satisfying. 90% of active diploma-holders have found a jobs less than three months after leaving the workforce, with an average salary that stays over the average of engineering schools by 10%. The school has always been trying to develop training in the fields of information analysis and processing that answers as best it can the needs of businesses. In order to attain that goal, it develops a training offer by collaborating closely with professionals, be it through teaching, a large number of projects that punctuate the training, or professional seminars. In the last two years, a broader collaboration policy has been implemented, with more and closer partners. The job cycle, put in place at the start of the 2013 school year, aims to allow these collaboration to live, while helping students dicsover more about businesses and the obs they offer.
This school-business synergy allows the training to evolve in phase with the needs of economic actors.
And the evolutions in the 2013 training have been noteworthy. The Big Data phenomenon has been integrated even more, in particular with the third year specialization that is dedicaced to jobs in the field of Data Science. They also led to setting up a specialization in th field of public policy evaluation, in this case, in a way that is turned towards territories and health. The class of 2014 will graduate in a few month's time. Taking these elements into account, I am confident about its insertion into the workforce.
Director of Ensai