In the latest ranking of engineering schools published by L'Etudiant in January 2022, UniLaSalle shows excellent performance in its relations with companies.
L'Etudiant has just published its 2022 ranking of engineering schools. UniLaSalle appears to be a leading school in terms of relations with companies and preparation for professional integration for the specialties present on the basis of 4 criteria: the exit salary, the policy of teaching and research chairs, the number of companies present at forums, the number of alumni on the Linkedin network.
- 1st position out of 12 for agriculture, forestry and biosystems engineering (> access the ranking)
- 1st position out of 8 for geological engineering (> access the ranking)
- 2nd position out of 24 for bioengineering, agri-food and medical engineering (> access the ranking)
- 4th position out of 21 for environmental engineering (> access the ranking)
These results complete the recent Happy@school 2022 label for schools where students are the most motivated and happy, a label obtained for the third consecutive year and awarded to its 4 sites: Amiens, Beauvais, Rennes and Rouen. Of the 1,238 engineering students who responded to the ChooseMyCompany survey, 85% said that "My school allows me to get in touch with companies that interest me," 87% that "My school seeks to develop a network of partner companies that want to have a positive impact on the environment and/or society," and 91% that "My school provides me with services that are useful for my professional development (definition of my professional project, CV advice, etc.). All of this proves that proximity to companies is at the heart of the concerns of the four establishments of the UniLaSalle group.
From a methodological point of view, the Etudiant ranking uses declarative data from two sources: certified data from the Commission des Titres d'Ingénieur (©CTI - Year 2021) and press data from the Conference of Directors of French Engineering Schools (©CDEFI - Year 2021). Of the 172 of the 200 French engineering schools that participated, 136 are public institutions and 36 private.
Note that UniLaSalle does not appear in the following fields of expertise: industrial engineering, electrical and electronic engineering, digital engineering and information systems, even though they are present in UniLaSalle-Amiens (formerly ESIEE-Amiens) because the data used by l'Etudiant is prior to 2021, the date of the merger between the two schools. See you in 2023!