The Engineering School Leonard de Vinci (ESILV)
is a five-year engineering school in Paris, France. It placed 10th among French engineering schools "Post-bac" in the 2010 Le Point
rankings. It is a fully accredited school to deliver the title of "ingénieur" by the French Commission of Engineering Titles and it is one of France's top school. ESILV is part of the Pole Universitaire Leonard de Vinci. The school is led by Professor Michel Bernadou.
The ESILV mission is to train professionals in mastering the use of new technologies – particularly the IT tools in advanced applications of design, production, computer communication, and management. The ESILV meets the great challenges of the contemporary world: the evolution of businesses, the globalization and the creation of new professions.
The ESILV is composed of four departments:
- Scientific computation
- Computer science
- Financial engineering and mathematics
- Computational mechanics
The majors offered apply in the area of modeling and numerical simulation, computer networks and databases, new information technologies, computational mechanics, and financial engineering.
Students enter after high school graduation (e.g. French Baccalauréat
). Application is made during the senior year through . Students may also enter after the Classe Préparatoire aux Grandes Écoles
and spend three years in the school or after a Licence and spend... Read More