The ISAE group
The ISAE group, created in May 2011, federates in France the schools of aeronautical and space engineering under a common banner, in a way to develop the influence of those schools, both nationally and globally, and to promote the engineering training in areas such aeronautics and space.
The Schools in the ISAE Group have a presence in all the main aerospace regions of France with ISAE-SUPAERO and ENAC (Occitanie-Toulouse), ISAE-ENSMA (Nouvelle Aquitaine – Poitiers), ISAE- SUPMÉCA (Ile de France – Saint Ouen), ESTACA (Ile de France in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines and Pays de la Loire in Laval), and École de l’Air et de l’Espace (Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur – Salon-de-Provence).
ISAE-ENSMA has forged a solid reputation for more than 70 years with the training of more than 6,500 high-level engineers and internationally renowned research developed through partnerships with large companies (transport, space, energy and environment, defense and security, IT, etc.).
World leader in higher education in the field of aerospace engineering, ISAE-SUPAERO’s mission is to train the best engineers and scientific executives, leaders of the aerospace industry and of the world of tomorrow, by relying on 3 pillars: education, research, innovation.
ISAE-SUPMECA trains mechanical engineers combining a solid scientific basis with real industrial experience. The SUPMECA engineer is recognized by companies for his skills in digital engineering, both in design and in modeling and simulation of complex systems (mechanical and mechatronic).
Post-baccalaureate school specializing in all transport sectors (aeronautics, space, automobile, rail and urban transport), ESTACA trains engineers passionate about technology, who meet the needs of new mobility.
ECOLE DE L'AIR
Military school, it provides initial and continuing training for all Air Force officers. Whatever the course, the objectives are to train the fighter and the military leader, the decision-maker and future leader, as well as the expert in the aeronautical and space environment
The French school of civil aviation – Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile (ENAC) provides training for many professions in the aeronautics and air transport fields. It thus supports the training needs of all private players (aircraft manufacturers, equipment suppliers, airports, airlines, etc.) and public players (civil aviation authorities, air navigation service providers, etc.) in these fields in France, Europe and around the world.