- FACULTY AND RESEARCH
- CAREER SUPPORT
- STUDENT LIFE
Esprit has had the pleasure of seeing students come to blossom and finally succeed in taking charge of their professional careers, for thirteen years now.
In those past thirteen years, we have been committed to ensuring the best training possible for our students, the one that best fits our socio-economic order, and the one that guarantees employment to our students. This is how we grew from thirty students during the first generation to five thousand students in our four fields of study (Computer Science, Telecommunications, Electromechanical Engineering and Civil engineering).
Not to mention our 107 students in preparatory classes at the Grandes Écoles and those we have welcomed to our new School of Management: Esprit School of Business
Today, Esprit is Tunisia's leading engineering school, training more than 15% of the country's new engineering graduates each year, and they are easily integrating the job market.
This has translated into a variety of forms:
From the beginning, we opted for a small group training (maximum of 30 students per class) based on problem or project-based learning accompanied by a permanent faculty of more than 250 teachers, a teacher for 18 students. The student finds himself in his first year in a near-professional situation, he solves problems, works in a team, writes reports, etc.
Finally, the success of Esprit is none other than that of its students; the 85% of them who enter the job market within 6 months of graduation, that of the 35 % of those who carry the flag of the Tunisian competence in Europe and North America, that of the entrepreneurs who were trained in its banks, that of the thousands of young people who were able to bloom during their training to become talented men and women who are open to the world.
Our network of more than 3000 alumni is here to testify. We invite you to join them.
A well-rounded engineer must have other skills than technical ones. He needs to work in groups, manage teams, and take into account human factors. That's why we also insist a lot on intra-personal skills in economics, management, communication and languages.
We offer our students the possibility to benefit from an international experience through one of our 10 joint degree agreements and double degrees in France or the United States.
Internships are mandatory; including a seven-month, end of study internship.
When a student joins a club, creates an event or takes part in a challenge, he will find an incomparable source of training for professional life, while weaving in a festive and warm atmosphere friendships that contribute to making him/her a well- rounded person and professional.
Esprit has been granted the EUR ACE accreditation issued by the CTI (French Engineering Titles Commission) since 2014. It is now the only Tunisian school to benefit from it.
It has also joined the CDIO initiative in 2014, which brings together institutions that focus on the professional development of their students - 116 in the world, and only 2 in the African continent.
Esprit has also joined the CGE (Conference des Grandes Ecoles), which brings together around 200 leading engineering and business schools to share experiences.