||Allows the engineer to gain more knowledge of culture, societies, different economic models, and
||Courses taught in French with some being taught partially or fully in English;
||A mentoring system that helps integrate you into student life
||Dynamic cultural activities consisting of theaters, cultural centers, museums, concerts, and more;
ENSCI is located in Limoges, which is primarily a student city consisting of 17,000 students, 800 faculty members, and 3 engineering schools. It is one of the least expensive student cities in France.
Engineering students can benefit from furnished accommodation in halls of residence in the city La Borie (15 minute drive) or Ester (5 minute walk form the European Centra of Ceramics). They can also enjoy furnished public housing managed by CROUS or may be accommodated in private.
Students are responsible for their own trans-pacific transportation. Local transportation is also the responsibility of the student.
COURSE(S) & CREDIT
ENSCI offers a variety of ways to train engineers in research, development and product of mineral materials - in ceramics, glass, refractories, cement and concretes, and raw materials, among others.
HOW TO APPLY
AU students must apply through the Office of International Programs on this site. Click “Apply Now” above to open an advising application; you will be prompted to complete a questionnaire about your study abroad plans, and then you can schedule a time to meet with our coordinator.
The information contained here is subject to change. Please check with the Office of International Programs for the latest information.