Why bringing ENSAE Talents into your business
ENSAE’s approach puts a strong emphasis on mathematical modeling as well as empirical approaches based on data. In the digital society where massive and complex data is available, data has great value for firms and public institutions if it can be interpreted “smartly” for evaluation, prediction and decision-making. This is what ENSAE graduates are trained for.
First Employment Surveys regularly confirm that these skills are in line with the needs of companies, in all sectors of activity where the exploitation of data for economic and financial decision is a strategic issue whether they are from the public or private sector, acting in the fields of health, education, industry, bank, insurance, business, IT, etc.
How to recruit our students
Hiring the right students at the right time
- First year Students are looking for a minimum of 4-week internship between June and August to learn about the professional world
- Second year Students are looking for a minimum of 10-week internship between June and September to practice the scientific skills they’ve learned through the courses
- Third year Students are looking for a minimum of 14-week internship between May and September, which is usually a first step into their professional career
- Advanced Master Students are looking for a minimum of 4-month internship between May and September, which is also usually a first step into their professional career
A dedicated job portal
To support students in finding their career path, ENSAE Paris has set up a Career Center run by the Corporate Relations and Careers department. Our students can access this unique platform to look at targeted employment and internship listings lists.
This Career Center also support them throughout their academic path, providing advices to help identify and work toward career goals, find suitable careers. They can also find networking events to connect with professionals, more than 1,200 job videos and information about companies.
Job vacancies can also be transmitted to the ENSAE alumni network.