Businesses interested in taking part and getting involved with such events, please contact:
- the Internships and Careers Department ()
- Students’ Office ( and )
- the FTT team (Forum Toulouse Technologies)
- SUPAERO junior conseil (http://supaerojuniorconseil.com)
Enterprise-Conferences organised by the Internships and Careers Department in relation with the Students’ Office and the alumni association allow firms to introduce their activities and opportunities for internships and jobs. Young graduates can join in to recount their professional experience.
These encounters can be followed by interviews for an internship or an interview simulation.
Lunch-time debates, organised with the Association of Alumni, bring together around a profession or a field of intervention (banking-finance, automobile, satellite launchers, systems, etc.) five to six former students representing a number of firms as speakers.
Support to student projects
Every year, students invest in associative, scientific, humanitarian and sports and other activities that firms can sponsor.
To give just a few examples, students are involved in various events with business participation as with the Shell Marathon, Airshow Meeting, Robotics Cup, the Regional Competition for Student Business Creators, the Altran Tournament, Euromanager challenge, etc.
Young graduates’ forum
The young graduates’ forum annually brings together former students from the last two years.
The Toulouse Technologies Forum (http://forum-toulouse.com) offers meetings between students and firms. This forum, that is organised by ISAE students together with ENAC, ENSCT, INPT/ENSEEIHT, INSA, ICAM, ENSTIMAC and ENSIACET students, each year brings together young graduates from the last two graduations who report back on their professional experience and meet many enterprises.
SUPAERO junior-conseil – (http://supaerojuniorconseil.com/) formerly – GERSA / Groupement d'Etudes et de Recherches of ISAE/SUPAERO – allows students to put the knowledge they acquire into practice through conducting studies on behalf of firms. Among the many customers are Dassault Aviation, Airbus, Thales, EDF and SNECMA.
EUROAVIA (http://www.euroavia.net) – European Association of Aerospace Students – brings together students who are aeronautics enthusiasts from all around Europe, organises company visits, lectures, and exchanges between students and aeronautics professionals in France and Europe.