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Studying at the ENGEES

Are you studying abroad and would like to continue your studies at the ENGEES? This page is for you!

Why should you study at the ENGEES?

To access quality technical and scientific training in the field of water and environmental engineering

Master in Engineering (baccalaureate or equivalent +5 years of higher education), Professional Bachelor's degree (baccalaureate or equivalent + 3 years of higher education), Specialised Masters (baccalaureate or equivalent + 6 years of higher education), Co-accredited Masters with the University of Strasbourg (baccalaureate or equivalent +5 years of higher education), find all the details under the Training tab.

To get an idea in pictures of what the ENGEES is like, there is a video presentation below.

The ENGEES in pictures

And because being an international student at the ENGEES is a great way to learn ...

... Studying in a renowned school and training on a human scale

The graduating classes of the ENGEES engineering programme have a little over one hundred students per year. Within the specialisations at the end of the course, the groups are on average about 20 students. The other courses are much smaller (20 to 40 students per year).

This means that you benefit from close support from the administration and lecturers throughout your studies.

... Become part of the large international community in Strasbourg
There are many reasons to come and study in the European capital. Strasbourg has more than 50,000 students, about 20% of whom are international students, and a very lively student life.
It's a great place to live during your studies.
Located in the picturesque city centre, the ENGEES is just a stone's throw from the university, the cathedral and all the main facilities. A tram stop is located just outside the school and two university restaurants are nearby.
The page “Strasbourg, loves its students” gives you the useful information you need to enjoy and go out in Strasbourg!
What's more, you will have the opportunity to discover a beautiful region, with a rich heritage and gorgeous scenery!

... Take advantage of a welcome and integration scheme organised by the school and its partners.
A welcome session organised to give you the essential information upon your arrival.
Numerous evenings and outings are proposed by the Young Ambassadors of Alsace.
You can also register with the ESN (European Student Network) Strasbourg.

The two-star WELCOME TO FRANCE label was awarded to the ENGEES by CAMPUS FRANCE in 2019, attesting to the quality of the welcome given to international students.

How can you come and study at the ENGEES?

Depending on your situation, you can come and study at the ENGEES in different ways.

Apply as an independent candidate

All the ENGEES courses are open to foreign students who apply as independent candidates.

Students wishing to enter the ENGEES as an independent candidate must comply with the provisions detailed on the relevant course page. Enrolling on the Campus France site of the country of origin, where it exists, is compulsory but not sufficient. Parallel enrolment directly within the chosen the ENGEES course is also necessary.

Coming for a study semester (1 or 2 semesters) | formation ingénieur - dans le cadre de partenariats

If you come from one of our partner institutionsyou can come and study at the ENGEES for 1 or 2 semesters and validate teaching credits as part of your engineering course.

The list of teaching modules per year is available here. You will find a description of each module, with the assessment procedures and the associated ECTS credits. Two options (specialisations) in the 3rd year can be taught in English (more details).

To apply, contact the department in charge of international relations in your institution. We will contact you following your appointment to inform you of the elements to be provided and to help you improve your training contract.

The deadlines for applications are 30/04 for applications for the autumn semester (starting in September) and 30/11 for applications for the spring semester (starting in February).

A range of services is reserved for mobility students at the ENGEES: 

  • Reservation of a room in the student halls of residence.
  • First meeting with the international relations manager.
  • Official introduction to the class, in the lecture hall.
  • Increased support in finding an internship.
  • Organisation of cultural events.
  • French language courses (French as a foreign language (FLE) courses integrated into the curriculum or preparatory courses - for a fee - before the start of the academic year)

Erasmus + programme

The ENGEES has adhered to the ERASMUS + charter. We are therefore able to welcome in engineering training any student enrolled in a European university which is itself a member of ERASMUS. We meet all the requirements of the programme, both in terms of welcoming students and validating courses.

An inter-institutional agreement between the two institutions is an essential prerequisite. When institutions are willing to exchange students or teachers, signing an agreement is straightforward.

BRAFITEC, ARFITEC and BRAFAGRI programmes

The ENGEES has been participating for many years in exchange programmes with Argentina and Brazil. As part of these programmes, you can benefit from scholarships to support your mobility abroad.

Enrol in a double-diploma (2 years)

If you come from one of the institutions with which we have double degree agreements, you can come and study at the ENGEES and obtain the ENGEES engineering degree after two years of study.

Entrance is generally in 2nd year. The list of teaching modules per year is available here. You will find a description of each module, with the assessment procedures and the associated ECTS credits.

To apply, contact the department in charge of international relations in your institution. We will contact you following your appointment to inform you of the elements to be provided and to help you improve your training contract.

The deadline for applications is 30/04 (starting in September).

On arrival in Strasbourg, you will benefit from special services:

  • Reservation of a room in the student halls of residence.
  • Reception by the teaching staff and by students from your year.
  • Official introduction to the class, in the lecture hall.
  • Increased support in finding an internship.
  • Organisation of cultural events.
  • Free participation in a French as a Foreign Language (FLE) course.