The European Project Semester at ISEP (EPS@ISEP) is a one semester project-based learning capstone/internship programme offered to 3rd and 4th year engineering, business and product design students. It is a package of 30 European Credit Transfer Units (ECTU) with two thirds of the credits (20 ECTU) assigned to the project module and one third (10 ECTU) to complementary project support modules, comprising Project Management and Team Work (2 ECTU), Marketing and Communication (2 ECTU), Foreign Language (2 ECTU), Energy and Sustainable Development (2 ECTU) and Ethics and Deontology (2 ECTU).
EPS@ISEP challenges students from multiple educational backgrounds and nationalities to join competences and embrace ethically- and sustainabibility-driven design for solving multidisciplinary real life problems in close collaboration with industrial partners and research institutes. This approach stimulates students to contribute with and apply their specific knowledge and develop transversal skills, namely social and intercultural communication, during the different stages of team collaboration.
The language of communication is English.
EPS is offered during the spring semester.
Successfully work in international teams which address multidisciplinary problems afflicting society, businesses and individuals
EPS@ISEP welcomes 3rd and 4th year engineering, business and product design students from European and International origin satisfying the following conditions:
- have an English CEFR level B2 certificate or higher;
- have accomplished:
- at application time 120 ECTU/4 semesters in the case of a 3rd year student or, in the case of a 4th year student, 180 ECTU/6 semesters;
- upon arrival 150 ECTU/5 semesters in the case of a 3rd year student or, in the case of a 4th year student, 210 ECTU/7 semesters.
Applications are open till the 15th of November.
Hervé Houard, Belgium: "Companies are looking for multipurpose and very diverse teams, so this is all about what EPS is."
EPS@ISEP spring 2021 starts on the 1st of March and ends on the 2nd of July.