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The international experience brings open-mindedness, mobility and flexibility. These qualities are required to build a career in a worldwilde industrial context, so mobility is an integral part of the engineering course ENSICAEN. To this end, our students receive a training in English and in at least one more foreign language (French for foreign students). ENSICAEN helps students in their mobility project by developing a wide network of foreign partner Institutions and by participating in International and European programs of exchange (ERASMUS, ISEP, CREPUQ, BRAFITEC, MEXITEC, CHILFITEC, ARFITEC). ENSICAEN is also a member of Campus France • Studying abroad can be in the form of internship and / or an academic semester. In the latter case, the courses taken at the partner university are validated by ENSICAEN. • A set of measures makes the integration of foreign students easier : a welcome booklet, airport reception, accommodation booking, administrative assistance, tutoring and an intercultural club of students.

Ricardo MALHERBI-MARTINS (ENSICAEN, specialization in Telecom) My «love story» with ENSICAEN and the Normandy started in 2007 when I was selected to participate in the BRAFITEC program, an exchange program between Brazil and France. I chose ENSICAEN and I joined the second year. The school supported me well and I appreciated this stay so much that I also did the 3rd year at ENSICAEN. I finally completed two degrees: the engineer’s degree at ENSICAEN and the «Research Master» at the University of Caen. My internships at Orange Business (Caen), NXP (Caen) and CEA – LETI (Grenoble) allowed me to establish many contacts with the professional world, which has been decisive for my career. After having spent two years at CEA as a research engineer, I’m now back in Caen: I joined the team of Orange Business and I work in the field of RFID hardware expertise for clients around the world. 4800 graduates in business 750 Engineering Students 7 laboratories with 600 staff

Scientific area

ENSICAEN is located in the heart of the scientific campus of Caen. It is a public and autonomous establishment for higher education and Research which was created in 1987, linked to the University of Caen by a cooperation agreement. Close to its main building are located other laboratories like CYCERON (Neurosciences and medical imaging), GANIL (National heavy ion accelerator) and the University laboratories. In this area, you will find the ESITC (Higher school for civil engineering), University Campus Faculty of sciences and nearby, Industrial Technopole, NXP, Presto Engineering, France Telecom R&D, Cancer institute, University Hospital…

Student life

To fully enjoy student life, an active participation in one of the 40 clubs and other activities is encouraged. Thursday afternoons are set aside for students’ to do sports, humanitarian action groups, scientific clubs, theatre, and much more ... An active student life ensures personal development and community involvement, offering a wealth of teamwork and leadership opportunities.

Caen, in Normandy

Traditionally known for its history and rich tradition, CAEN is an attractive place to study between land and sea and only 2 hours from Paris. At the heart of a district of 250.000 inhabitants (25 000 students), Caen is close to many major historical and cultural sites including the D-Day landing, the Memorial for peace and the Mont St Michel. Caen is an attractive city for all kind of sports activities (land and sea), and its art and historical museums and music festivals. Caen is a city of innovation and challenge with strong commitment to the high-tech industry and encompassing major fields of competence in further education and research.

65 agreements with foreign universities in 24 countries ENSICAEN

Contact : international@ensicaen.fr

The french magazine « L’Etudiant » places the city of Caen 2nde in the category of cities fewer than 250 000 inhabitants, where it is great to study.

<EJ@:8<E 6 Bd Maréchal Juin - 14050 Caen cedex 4, France Phone +33 (0)2 31 45 27 50 - Fax +33 (0)2 31 45 27 60 - communication@ensicaen.fr

<EJ@:8<E

National Graduate School of Engineering & Research Center

5

Departments COMPUTER SCIENCE ELECTRONICS AND APPLIED PHYSICS MATERIALS SCIENCE AND CHEMISTRY MECHANICAL & MATERIAL ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

www.ensicaen.fr

interna studyin Studying at ENSICAEN

International


Research cooper format & Training

ENSICAEN

is authorized to award the ENSICAEN Master engineering degree, acknowledged by the French Engineering Accreditation Commission (equivalent to a Master’s degree). The school offers five main engineering degree courses :

ENSICAEN’s graduated students find job opportunities in the nuclear field, aeronautic, railway and automotive industry, pharmaceutical and chemical industry, banking security etc...

Industrial cooperation

In addition, lectures in complementary fields such as marketing and management provide students with a useful overview of an engineer’s working life. They also have opportunities to practice different languages : French (for foreigners students), English, German, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese ...

,;\gXikd\ekj1 Electronics & Applied physics Options • Nuclear engineering • Advanced instrumentation • Automatics and telecoms • Microelectronics and communication devices

Computer Science Options

ENSICAEN prepares highly trained engieners in competitive courses with a good experience of the industrial world. A large and dynamic network of partners has been formed around the courses. Many of our partnerships with leading industrial groups and foreign universities throughout Europe, America and Asia allow our students to keep up to date with state of the art innovative technologies.

ENSICAEN’s industrial activities : - Improve employment and internship for its students - Promote key ENSICAEN technology transfer - Have a scientific experts network - Encourage innovative activities - Give technological advice - Promote industrial partners’clubs in security banking, energy, instrumentation - Offer adult continuing education

• Digital imaging and multimedia • E-banking and computer security • E-banking and systems security (apprenticeship)

Material Science & Chemistry Options • Organics chemistry, petrochemistry and oil refinement • Material for energy, structural materials

development

ENSICAEN partner in three Competitiveness Clusters :

TES (E-Secure Transactions cluster) Relying on cooperation from business and research and training institutions, the TES cluster has chosen to take on this challenge, requiring the command of a global issue involving technological innovation, usage, marketing and legal expertise, to develop an international site. ENSICAEN is a key player in this cluster. One of a kind in France, its e-banking platform is an essential tool for advanced learning and its research project is initiated by local industrial partners in the field of e-banking and electronic transactions.

Mechanical & Material Engineering (apprenticeship) Option Industrial Engineering (continuing education) Options • Electronics and Industrial Computing • Nuclear engineering

Admission requirements

• National entrance exam after a 2 year post high level course

NUCLEOPOLIS « Nuclear science and its applications » (health and energy) : with 51 partners this cluster’s aim is to promote Lower Normandy to the rank of European leader in this sector. In our region, it is more than 10 000 direct jobs. It represent a strong network linking schools, universities, training centres, research institutes and firms. MOV’EO The cluster mission is to develop R&D projects on collective transport and road mobility, contributing to regional economical development, hence reinforcing the international competitiveness of its members.

Jekaterina Kuzina Within the framework of my exchange Erasmus, I choose ENSICAEN because of its good reputation in e-banking fields and as it is a french ‘grande ecole’. I liked my experience studying at ENSICAEN. I succeeded the higher level in education and I was very satisfied with the professionalism of French higher education. Staying in France was exciting because life there involves all that you need to enjoy each day fully. I was astonished by the Normandy region, how beautiful and historically rich it is. I hope that I will be able to return back to France and to try to work there and use the knowledge I gained.

Contact : scolarite@ensicaen.fr

Scientific fields studied :

• Materials science

Materials with striking electrical, magnetic or mechanical properties Materials designed for optoelectronics. Laser materials Polymers Catalysts

• Chemistry

Organic chemistry, asymetric synthesis Molecules of interest for therapy and agro-chemistry, radiotracers Chemistry for sustainable development Spectrochemistry FT-IR, NMR and Raman applied to petrochemistry and pollution abatement

• Physics

Nuclear physics Hot nuclei, exotic nuclei, energy and technological applications, nuclear imaging Ion interaction with solids Atoms, molecules, clusters, surfaces, condensed matter, radiation chemistry, radiobiology

• Mechanical properties of materials and layout

ENSICAEN offers high-level continuing education for company employees, job seekers and engineering level candidates, in specialized skills such as microelectronics, computer science, electronics, industrial engineering, competitive intelligence… ENSICAEN degrees open opportunities for careers either in the corporate world or in academic research. The school provides a minimum of 8 months’ internship, for students to acquire both “professional Know-how” and genuine experience before entering the employment market. Our aim is to provide advanced knowledge of science and technology as well as to prepare “creative leaders” for top careers.

Research is one of the school’s distinctive features, with 7 laboratories linked to national research organizations - CNRS/ CEA/University of Caen) and 1 associate laboratory, together with industrial partners (NXP and Presto engineering Europe) ENSICAEN has emerged as a renowned member of the international scientific community.

Contact : dri@ensicaen.fr

• Electronics, Computer science Information engineering Image processing & analysis System modeling and control Sensors and Instrumentation Electronic devices Failure analysis Computer security and E-banking

Research at ENSICAEN

207 professors (ENSICAEN, University of Caen) 70 full time researchers (CNRS, CEA) 125 engineers, technicians, administrative staff 180 PhD students

Research Center CIMAP : Centre de Recherche sur les Ions, les matériaux et la photonique CRISMAT : Laboratoire de Cristallographie et Science des Matériaux GREYC : Groupe de Recherche en Informatique, Image, Automatique et Instrumentation de Caen LPC : Laboratoire de Physique Corpusculaire LCS : Laboratoire de Catalyse et Spectrochimie LCMT : Laboratoire de Chimie Moléculaire et Thio-organique LaMIPS : Laboratoire de Microélectronique et de Physique des Semi-conducteurs

researc Contact : recherche@ensicaen.fr


Research cooper format & Training

ENSICAEN

is authorized to award the ENSICAEN Master engineering degree, acknowledged by the French Engineering Accreditation Commission (equivalent to a Master’s degree). The school offers five main engineering degree courses :

ENSICAEN’s graduated students find job opportunities in the nuclear field, aeronautic, railway and automotive industry, pharmaceutical and chemical industry, banking security etc...

Industrial cooperation

In addition, lectures in complementary fields such as marketing and management provide students with a useful overview of an engineer’s working life. They also have opportunities to practice different languages : French (for foreigners students), English, German, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese ...

,;\gXikd\ekj1 Electronics & Applied physics Options • Nuclear engineering • Advanced instrumentation • Automatics and telecoms • Microelectronics and communication devices

Computer Science Options

ENSICAEN prepares highly trained engieners in competitive courses with a good experience of the industrial world. A large and dynamic network of partners has been formed around the courses. Many of our partnerships with leading industrial groups and foreign universities throughout Europe, America and Asia allow our students to keep up to date with state of the art innovative technologies.

ENSICAEN’s industrial activities : - Improve employment and internship for its students - Promote key ENSICAEN technology transfer - Have a scientific experts network - Encourage innovative activities - Give technological advice - Promote industrial partners’clubs in security banking, energy, instrumentation - Offer adult continuing education

• Digital imaging and multimedia • E-banking and computer security • E-banking and systems security (apprenticeship)

Material Science & Chemistry Options • Organics chemistry, petrochemistry and oil refinement • Material for energy, structural materials

development

ENSICAEN partner in three Competitiveness Clusters :

TES (E-Secure Transactions cluster) Relying on cooperation from business and research and training institutions, the TES cluster has chosen to take on this challenge, requiring the command of a global issue involving technological innovation, usage, marketing and legal expertise, to develop an international site. ENSICAEN is a key player in this cluster. One of a kind in France, its e-banking platform is an essential tool for advanced learning and its research project is initiated by local industrial partners in the field of e-banking and electronic transactions.

Mechanical & Material Engineering (apprenticeship) Option Industrial Engineering (continuing education) Options • Electronics and Industrial Computing • Nuclear engineering

Admission requirements

• National entrance exam after a 2 year post high level course

NUCLEOPOLIS « Nuclear science and its applications » (health and energy) : with 51 partners this cluster’s aim is to promote Lower Normandy to the rank of European leader in this sector. In our region, it is more than 10 000 direct jobs. It represent a strong network linking schools, universities, training centres, research institutes and firms. MOV’EO The cluster mission is to develop R&D projects on collective transport and road mobility, contributing to regional economical development, hence reinforcing the international competitiveness of its members.

Jekaterina Kuzina Within the framework of my exchange Erasmus, I choose ENSICAEN because of its good reputation in e-banking fields and as it is a french ‘grande ecole’. I liked my experience studying at ENSICAEN. I succeeded the higher level in education and I was very satisfied with the professionalism of French higher education. Staying in France was exciting because life there involves all that you need to enjoy each day fully. I was astonished by the Normandy region, how beautiful and historically rich it is. I hope that I will be able to return back to France and to try to work there and use the knowledge I gained.

Contact : scolarite@ensicaen.fr

Scientific fields studied :

• Materials science

Materials with striking electrical, magnetic or mechanical properties Materials designed for optoelectronics. Laser materials Polymers Catalysts

• Chemistry

Organic chemistry, asymetric synthesis Molecules of interest for therapy and agro-chemistry, radiotracers Chemistry for sustainable development Spectrochemistry FT-IR, NMR and Raman applied to petrochemistry and pollution abatement

• Physics

Nuclear physics Hot nuclei, exotic nuclei, energy and technological applications, nuclear imaging Ion interaction with solids Atoms, molecules, clusters, surfaces, condensed matter, radiation chemistry, radiobiology

• Mechanical properties of materials and layout

ENSICAEN offers high-level continuing education for company employees, job seekers and engineering level candidates, in specialized skills such as microelectronics, computer science, electronics, industrial engineering, competitive intelligence… ENSICAEN degrees open opportunities for careers either in the corporate world or in academic research. The school provides a minimum of 8 months’ internship, for students to acquire both “professional Know-how” and genuine experience before entering the employment market. Our aim is to provide advanced knowledge of science and technology as well as to prepare “creative leaders” for top careers.

Research is one of the school’s distinctive features, with 7 laboratories linked to national research organizations - CNRS/ CEA/University of Caen) and 1 associate laboratory, together with industrial partners (NXP and Presto engineering Europe) ENSICAEN has emerged as a renowned member of the international scientific community.

Contact : dri@ensicaen.fr

• Electronics, Computer science Information engineering Image processing & analysis System modeling and control Sensors and Instrumentation Electronic devices Failure analysis Computer security and E-banking

Research at ENSICAEN

207 professors (ENSICAEN, University of Caen) 70 full time researchers (CNRS, CEA) 125 engineers, technicians, administrative staff 180 PhD students

Research Center CIMAP : Centre de Recherche sur les Ions, les matériaux et la photonique CRISMAT : Laboratoire de Cristallographie et Science des Matériaux GREYC : Groupe de Recherche en Informatique, Image, Automatique et Instrumentation de Caen LPC : Laboratoire de Physique Corpusculaire LCS : Laboratoire de Catalyse et Spectrochimie LCMT : Laboratoire de Chimie Moléculaire et Thio-organique LaMIPS : Laboratoire de Microélectronique et de Physique des Semi-conducteurs

researc Contact : recherche@ensicaen.fr


Research cooper format & Training

ENSICAEN

is authorized to award the ENSICAEN Master engineering degree, acknowledged by the French Engineering Accreditation Commission (equivalent to a Master’s degree). The school offers five main engineering degree courses :

ENSICAEN’s graduated students find job opportunities in the nuclear field, aeronautic, railway and automotive industry, pharmaceutical and chemical industry, banking security etc...

Industrial cooperation

In addition, lectures in complementary fields such as marketing and management provide students with a useful overview of an engineer’s working life. They also have opportunities to practice different languages : French (for foreigners students), English, German, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese ...

,;\gXikd\ekj1 Electronics & Applied physics Options • Nuclear engineering • Advanced instrumentation • Automatics and telecoms • Microelectronics and communication devices

Computer Science Options

ENSICAEN prepares highly trained engieners in competitive courses with a good experience of the industrial world. A large and dynamic network of partners has been formed around the courses. Many of our partnerships with leading industrial groups and foreign universities throughout Europe, America and Asia allow our students to keep up to date with state of the art innovative technologies.

ENSICAEN’s industrial activities : - Improve employment and internship for its students - Promote key ENSICAEN technology transfer - Have a scientific experts network - Encourage innovative activities - Give technological advice - Promote industrial partners’clubs in security banking, energy, instrumentation - Offer adult continuing education

• Digital imaging and multimedia • E-banking and computer security • E-banking and systems security (apprenticeship)

Material Science & Chemistry Options • Organics chemistry, petrochemistry and oil refinement • Material for energy, structural materials

development

ENSICAEN partner in three Competitiveness Clusters :

TES (E-Secure Transactions cluster) Relying on cooperation from business and research and training institutions, the TES cluster has chosen to take on this challenge, requiring the command of a global issue involving technological innovation, usage, marketing and legal expertise, to develop an international site. ENSICAEN is a key player in this cluster. One of a kind in France, its e-banking platform is an essential tool for advanced learning and its research project is initiated by local industrial partners in the field of e-banking and electronic transactions.

Mechanical & Material Engineering (apprenticeship) Option Industrial Engineering (continuing education) Options • Electronics and Industrial Computing • Nuclear engineering

Admission requirements

• National entrance exam after a 2 year post high level course

NUCLEOPOLIS « Nuclear science and its applications » (health and energy) : with 51 partners this cluster’s aim is to promote Lower Normandy to the rank of European leader in this sector. In our region, it is more than 10 000 direct jobs. It represent a strong network linking schools, universities, training centres, research institutes and firms. MOV’EO The cluster mission is to develop R&D projects on collective transport and road mobility, contributing to regional economical development, hence reinforcing the international competitiveness of its members.

Jekaterina Kuzina Within the framework of my exchange Erasmus, I choose ENSICAEN because of its good reputation in e-banking fields and as it is a french ‘grande ecole’. I liked my experience studying at ENSICAEN. I succeeded the higher level in education and I was very satisfied with the professionalism of French higher education. Staying in France was exciting because life there involves all that you need to enjoy each day fully. I was astonished by the Normandy region, how beautiful and historically rich it is. I hope that I will be able to return back to France and to try to work there and use the knowledge I gained.

Contact : scolarite@ensicaen.fr

Scientific fields studied :

• Materials science

Materials with striking electrical, magnetic or mechanical properties Materials designed for optoelectronics. Laser materials Polymers Catalysts

• Chemistry

Organic chemistry, asymetric synthesis Molecules of interest for therapy and agro-chemistry, radiotracers Chemistry for sustainable development Spectrochemistry FT-IR, NMR and Raman applied to petrochemistry and pollution abatement

• Physics

Nuclear physics Hot nuclei, exotic nuclei, energy and technological applications, nuclear imaging Ion interaction with solids Atoms, molecules, clusters, surfaces, condensed matter, radiation chemistry, radiobiology

• Mechanical properties of materials and layout

ENSICAEN offers high-level continuing education for company employees, job seekers and engineering level candidates, in specialized skills such as microelectronics, computer science, electronics, industrial engineering, competitive intelligence… ENSICAEN degrees open opportunities for careers either in the corporate world or in academic research. The school provides a minimum of 8 months’ internship, for students to acquire both “professional Know-how” and genuine experience before entering the employment market. Our aim is to provide advanced knowledge of science and technology as well as to prepare “creative leaders” for top careers.

Research is one of the school’s distinctive features, with 7 laboratories linked to national research organizations - CNRS/ CEA/University of Caen) and 1 associate laboratory, together with industrial partners (NXP and Presto engineering Europe) ENSICAEN has emerged as a renowned member of the international scientific community.

Contact : dri@ensicaen.fr

• Electronics, Computer science Information engineering Image processing & analysis System modeling and control Sensors and Instrumentation Electronic devices Failure analysis Computer security and E-banking

Research at ENSICAEN

207 professors (ENSICAEN, University of Caen) 70 full time researchers (CNRS, CEA) 125 engineers, technicians, administrative staff 180 PhD students

Research Center CIMAP : Centre de Recherche sur les Ions, les matériaux et la photonique CRISMAT : Laboratoire de Cristallographie et Science des Matériaux GREYC : Groupe de Recherche en Informatique, Image, Automatique et Instrumentation de Caen LPC : Laboratoire de Physique Corpusculaire LCS : Laboratoire de Catalyse et Spectrochimie LCMT : Laboratoire de Chimie Moléculaire et Thio-organique LaMIPS : Laboratoire de Microélectronique et de Physique des Semi-conducteurs

researc Contact : recherche@ensicaen.fr


The international experience brings open-mindedness, mobility and flexibility. These qualities are required to build a career in a worldwilde industrial context, so mobility is an integral part of the engineering course ENSICAEN. To this end, our students receive a training in English and in at least one more foreign language (French for foreign students). ENSICAEN helps students in their mobility project by developing a wide network of foreign partner Institutions and by participating in International and European programs of exchange (ERASMUS, ISEP, CREPUQ, BRAFITEC, MEXITEC, CHILFITEC, ARFITEC). ENSICAEN is also a member of Campus France • Studying abroad can be in the form of internship and / or an academic semester. In the latter case, the courses taken at the partner university are validated by ENSICAEN. • A set of measures makes the integration of foreign students easier : a welcome booklet, airport reception, accommodation booking, administrative assistance, tutoring and an intercultural club of students.

Ricardo MALHERBI-MARTINS (ENSICAEN, specialization in Telecom) My «love story» with ENSICAEN and the Normandy started in 2007 when I was selected to participate in the BRAFITEC program, an exchange program between Brazil and France. I chose ENSICAEN and I joined the second year. The school supported me well and I appreciated this stay so much that I also did the 3rd year at ENSICAEN. I finally completed two degrees: the engineer’s degree at ENSICAEN and the «Research Master» at the University of Caen. My internships at Orange Business (Caen), NXP (Caen) and CEA – LETI (Grenoble) allowed me to establish many contacts with the professional world, which has been decisive for my career. After having spent two years at CEA as a research engineer, I’m now back in Caen: I joined the team of Orange Business and I work in the field of RFID hardware expertise for clients around the world. 4800 graduates in business 750 Engineering Students 7 laboratories with 600 staff

Scientific area

ENSICAEN is located in the heart of the scientific campus of Caen. It is a public and autonomous establishment for higher education and Research which was created in 1987, linked to the University of Caen by a cooperation agreement. Close to its main building are located other laboratories like CYCERON (Neurosciences and medical imaging), GANIL (National heavy ion accelerator) and the University laboratories. In this area, you will find the ESITC (Higher school for civil engineering), University Campus Faculty of sciences and nearby, Industrial Technopole, NXP, Presto Engineering, France Telecom R&D, Cancer institute, University Hospital…

Student life

To fully enjoy student life, an active participation in one of the 40 clubs and other activities is encouraged. Thursday afternoons are set aside for students’ to do sports, humanitarian action groups, scientific clubs, theatre, and much more ... An active student life ensures personal development and community involvement, offering a wealth of teamwork and leadership opportunities.

Caen, in Normandy

Traditionally known for its history and rich tradition, CAEN is an attractive place to study between land and sea and only 2 hours from Paris. At the heart of a district of 250.000 inhabitants (25 000 students), Caen is close to many major historical and cultural sites including the D-Day landing, the Memorial for peace and the Mont St Michel. Caen is an attractive city for all kind of sports activities (land and sea), and its art and historical museums and music festivals. Caen is a city of innovation and challenge with strong commitment to the high-tech industry and encompassing major fields of competence in further education and research.

65 agreements with foreign universities in 24 countries ENSICAEN

Contact : international@ensicaen.fr

The french magazine « L’Etudiant » places the city of Caen 2nde in the category of cities fewer than 250 000 inhabitants, where it is great to study.

<EJ@:8<E 6 Bd Maréchal Juin - 14050 Caen cedex 4, France Phone +33 (0)2 31 45 27 50 - Fax +33 (0)2 31 45 27 60 - communication@ensicaen.fr

<EJ@:8<E

National Graduate School of Engineering & Research Center

5

Departments COMPUTER SCIENCE ELECTRONICS AND APPLIED PHYSICS MATERIALS SCIENCE AND CHEMISTRY MECHANICAL & MATERIAL ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

www.ensicaen.fr

interna studyin Studying at ENSICAEN

International


The international experience brings open-mindedness, mobility and flexibility. These qualities are required to build a career in a worldwilde industrial context, so mobility is an integral part of the engineering course ENSICAEN. To this end, our students receive a training in English and in at least one more foreign language (French for foreign students). ENSICAEN helps students in their mobility project by developing a wide network of foreign partner Institutions and by participating in International and European programs of exchange (ERASMUS, ISEP, CREPUQ, BRAFITEC, MEXITEC, CHILFITEC, ARFITEC). ENSICAEN is also a member of Campus France • Studying abroad can be in the form of internship and / or an academic semester. In the latter case, the courses taken at the partner university are validated by ENSICAEN. • A set of measures makes the integration of foreign students easier : a welcome booklet, airport reception, accommodation booking, administrative assistance, tutoring and an intercultural club of students.

Ricardo MALHERBI-MARTINS (ENSICAEN, specialization in Telecom) My «love story» with ENSICAEN and the Normandy started in 2007 when I was selected to participate in the BRAFITEC program, an exchange program between Brazil and France. I chose ENSICAEN and I joined the second year. The school supported me well and I appreciated this stay so much that I also did the 3rd year at ENSICAEN. I finally completed two degrees: the engineer’s degree at ENSICAEN and the «Research Master» at the University of Caen. My internships at Orange Business (Caen), NXP (Caen) and CEA – LETI (Grenoble) allowed me to establish many contacts with the professional world, which has been decisive for my career. After having spent two years at CEA as a research engineer, I’m now back in Caen: I joined the team of Orange Business and I work in the field of RFID hardware expertise for clients around the world. 4800 graduates in business 750 Engineering Students 7 laboratories with 600 staff

Scientific area

ENSICAEN is located in the heart of the scientific campus of Caen. It is a public and autonomous establishment for higher education and Research which was created in 1987, linked to the University of Caen by a cooperation agreement. Close to its main building are located other laboratories like CYCERON (Neurosciences and medical imaging), GANIL (National heavy ion accelerator) and the University laboratories. In this area, you will find the ESITC (Higher school for civil engineering), University Campus Faculty of sciences and nearby, Industrial Technopole, NXP, Presto Engineering, France Telecom R&D, Cancer institute, University Hospital…

Student life

To fully enjoy student life, an active participation in one of the 40 clubs and other activities is encouraged. Thursday afternoons are set aside for students’ to do sports, humanitarian action groups, scientific clubs, theatre, and much more ... An active student life ensures personal development and community involvement, offering a wealth of teamwork and leadership opportunities.

Caen, in Normandy

Traditionally known for its history and rich tradition, CAEN is an attractive place to study between land and sea and only 2 hours from Paris. At the heart of a district of 250.000 inhabitants (25 000 students), Caen is close to many major historical and cultural sites including the D-Day landing, the Memorial for peace and the Mont St Michel. Caen is an attractive city for all kind of sports activities (land and sea), and its art and historical museums and music festivals. Caen is a city of innovation and challenge with strong commitment to the high-tech industry and encompassing major fields of competence in further education and research.

65 agreements with foreign universities in 24 countries ENSICAEN

Contact : international@ensicaen.fr

The french magazine « L’Etudiant » places the city of Caen 2nde in the category of cities fewer than 250 000 inhabitants, where it is great to study.

<EJ@:8<E 6 Bd Maréchal Juin - 14050 Caen cedex 4, France Phone +33 (0)2 31 45 27 50 - Fax +33 (0)2 31 45 27 60 - communication@ensicaen.fr

<EJ@:8<E

National Graduate School of Engineering & Research Center

5

Departments COMPUTER SCIENCE ELECTRONICS AND APPLIED PHYSICS MATERIALS SCIENCE AND CHEMISTRY MECHANICAL & MATERIAL ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

www.ensicaen.fr

interna studyin Studying at ENSICAEN

International


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