Hear from former students... 


I joined ENSAIT after completing the PSI preparatory course (in Toulouse) hoping to work in aeronautical composite parts.

During my final year, I chose to take a Master of Research Degree in addition to my training at ENSAIT. This masters gave me the opportunity to study a subject of innovation (ballistics protection) in ENSAIT’s laboratory. It is also thanks to this project and my composites training that I could join Renault Trucks Defense and transfer my skills to this company, which is developing in this sector.  

Jonathan Pariente




After obtaining a degree in Mechanical Engineering, I joined ENSAIT to study new materials.  During my studies, I decided to opt for subjects such as Logistics, the Supply Chain, Management and Distribution. Since leaving graduate school, I have worked as a Quality Engineer at Disneyland Paris.

Mikael Taieb




  Professional status of the graduating class of 2012 
   Four months after leaving ENSAIT, almost the entirety of graduates from the class of 2012 were either employed or in further education. 

The average period of time taken to find a first job is 23 days. 

The professional status of ENSAIT graduates is secure. 

In fact, a year after leaving ENSAIT, the majority of graduates (60% of the class of 2012) had a permanent contract. 

The majority hold managerial positions. 


ENSAIT’s job prospects are recognised by many sectors and associated professions. ENSAIT’s Observatory for Engineering Professions has enabled the five main lines of business and many jobs to be brought to the fore.





30% of our engineers become Research and Development Engineers and 35% take up positions as Quality Engineers.

However, the last few years have seen growth in commerce/marketing sectors. Indeed, many companies seek both scientific and technical expertise from our textile engineers for these positions: quality assignments for sourcer or purchaser positions are therefore paramount. 



Salaries for recent graduates vary between 32 and 34K (annual gross salary). They vary depending on role, business type and geographical location. 



15% of our engineers choose to work abroad.

35% work in the Ile-de-France region, 26% work elsewhere in France.

Over half of them work in large organisations (more than 2000 employees), a quarter work in small organisations (less than 50 employees). 


Leading ENSAIT employer in 2012: Louis Vuitton.

Other companies who recruit our engineers include: Airbus, EADS, Lacoste, Okaïdi, La Redoute, Chantelle, Givenchy, Hexcel, Dickson, Deschamps, Eurodisney, Eurocopter, Happy Chic, Camaieu, Intermarché, Paul Boyé Technologies, Agnes B, Safran, St Gobain, Bouygues Construction, Leroy Merlin, Tib tech Innovation,, Lacoste, Decathlon, Chanel, L’Oréal, Lectra, BASF, Bridgestone, Oxbow, Louis Vuitton, Alstom, Bombardier, La Redoute, Damart, Faurecia, Elis, Petit Bateau, Sergent Major, Blanche Porte, Unilever, Michelin.... 


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