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The diversity of profiles at ENGEES: young people from HND (BTS), technology degree (DUT-BUT), preparatory classes, professionals in the sector, foreign students, doctoral students, apprentices, civil servants... constitutes a mix that is much appreciated by both students and teachers. This richness is a source of mutual support, cohesion and expression of each person's strengths.

As a human-scale school, ENGEES is willing and able to support each student's professional project and to develop their potential. The diversity of study paths, at the school or via numerous partnerships, allows for a real individualisation of courses, while respecting the aspirations of each student and always in line with employment prospects, a priority for ENGEES. Throughout their studies, students have the opportunity to get involved in numerous cultural, sporting and community activities and in humanitarian projects, all of which are in favour of their personal development. Numerous clubs and student organisations allow each student to get involved according to his/her tastes and desires.


Strasbourg, a European and economic capital, is a dynamic and welcoming city! It was ranked the most attractive city in France in 2019 by the newspaper Le Point according to criteria based on economic dynamism, mobility and connectivity, and quality of life. 

In 2021, it was ranked the 4th most attractive city for students by l'
Strasbourg is home to many international organisations, including the European Parliament, the Council of Europe and the European Court of Human Rights. This gives it an international profile, which naturally leads companies in the region to develop numerous cross-border projects, particularly with Germany.

Strasbourg has long been committed to sustainable development and has developed a tightly knit network of public transport, including the tramway, which fits harmoniously into the heart of the surrounding area, and has freed the city centre from cars. Since April 2017, the Strasbourg tramway has been serving the nearest German city: Khel.  France's leading cycling city, a dense network of paths runs through the urban community.

Paris is less than two hours away by TGV-Est. Strasbourg's international airport can be reached in just 8 minutes from the station.

In terms of leisure activities, there are many possibilities for going out and relaxing! In fine weather, the many parks and gardens are ideal for walking and relaxing. Some will also enjoy strolling along the Ill, the river that crosses the Alsace plains, which encircle the centre of Strasbourg!

Joining ENGEES also means working in a framework that favours a rich and exciting student life. Every year, Strasbourg welcomes more than 56,000 students, 20 % of whom are international: multiculturalism is a must.