It’s someone who: - works in life sciences: Agriculture, food industry, land management - works in business: Management, marketing, sales - works on various stages of the supply chain: Production, processing and marketing, using a sustainable development approach - works on today’s major issues: Producing more and better while preserving ecosystems, providing quality food for humans and animals in sufficient quantities, developing sustainable territories, managing exchanges between people, finding a balance between local and global. - whom companies will hire for his or her ability to take initiative, work in the field and be a team player.
Where do ESA engineers work? ESA engineers can pursue a wide variety of careers in a number of fields: Marketing, sales, R&D, quality control, farming, agricultural consulting and much more.
Fast track to employment Before graduation, 45% of new ESA engineers already have jobs. Four months after graduation, 96% have jobs, and 99% are working after six months. Thanks to: - A strong business network: nearly 1500 companies, professional organizations and communities host ESA interns and apprentices each year and work in close partnership with our laboratories. - Internships in France and/or abroad: first real work experience and opportunities to create a professional network - A national and international alumni network: - The Association of ESA Engineers offers a newsletter, regional groups to help young graduates find jobs, a directory and much more. - A career counselling service, Ingénia, which brings together the 17,000 engineers of the 4 FESIA schools. It centralizes all the job offers and provides personal counselling.
Determining your career goals ESA helps you take stock of your skills and develop a career plan: - Meetings with professionals through internships, case studies, business services - Helping you in your job search: cover letters and resumes, preparing for job interviews, career day, an annual "Business" forum, one week of job search support for new graduates.