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Career observatory of ENSIACET graduates

A "first employment" survey conducted by the CGE

Last modification on: 14/07/2014 - 19:23

Analysis of the survey of the CGE ("Conférence des Grandes Ecoles") on the professional integration of ENSIACET engineers, from 2008 to 2012.

ENSIACET engineers

All majors taken together

Last modification on: 09/09/2014 - 16:13

More than 90% of the engineers who graduated in 2012 assure their job is consistent with their level of education.

Search Period for the 1st employment

1 student out of 2 is hired before his or her graduation.
More than 80% are hired in less than 4 moths after their graduation.

Placement rate for the 1st employment per majors

 

 

Contract before graduation

Less than 2 months of search 

From 2 to 4 months

From 4 to 6 months

6 months or more

CH

32,79%

54,10%

65,57%

80,33%

100,00%

GC

46,91%

70,37%

81,48%

92,59%

100,00%

GI

60,32%

80,95%

88,89%

96,83%

100,00%

GPI

63,38%

77,46%

88,73%

95,77%

100,00%

IMAT

46,55%

62,07%

74,14%

86,21%

100,00%

Total

50,45%

69,73%

80,42%

90,80%

100,00%

(CH: Engineering in Chemistry; GC : Chemical Engineering; GI: Industrial Engineering; GPI: Process Engineering; IMAT: Materials Engineering)

Placement rate for the 1st employment per year

 

 

Contract before graduation

Less than 2 months of search 

From 2 to 4 months

From 4 to 6 months

6 months or more

2008

50,72%

71,01%

79,71%

88,41%

100,00%

2009

45,90%

62,30%

68,85%

78,69%

100,00%

2010

50,94%

71,70%

84,91%

94,34%

100,00%

2011

53,01%

69,88%

78,31%

91,57%

100,00%

2012

50,70%

73,24%

90,14%

100,00%

100,00%

Total

50,45%

69,73%

80,42%

90,80%

100,00%

professional Situation of the graduates of the Last 5 years

 Iconographie

data from February 2013

 Types of contracts (Except PhDs)

Average length of fixed-term contracts (CDD) : 13 months

 

CDI*

CDD*

Interim missions

Local contract abroad

Freelance

2010

90,00%

0,00%

4,00%

2,00%

4,00%

2011

84,00%

10,67%

4,00%

1,33%

0,00%

2012

76,19%

17,46%

6,35%

0,00%

0,00%

*CDI:  permanent contract; CDD: fixed-term contract

 Size of the employing companies

 

Less than 49 employees

From 50 to 249 employees

From 250 to 4999 employees

From 5000 to 49999 employees

More than 50000 employees

CH

3.57%

37.5%

26.79%

23.22%

8.93%

GC

2.64%

26.31%

27.63%

28.95%

14.47%

IMAT

7.84%

9.8%

13.72%

35.29%

33.33%

GP

4.35%

20.29%

18.85%

26.09%

30.43%

GI

8.34%

16.67%

21.67%

21.66%

31.67%

Total

10.90%

16.67%

22.11%

26.92%

23.40%

data on the last 5 years

(CH: Engineering in Chemistry; GC : Chemical Engineering; GI: Industrial Engineering; GPI: Process Engineering; IMAT: Materials Engineering)

Distribution of the graduates per activity sectors

 Secteurs tous départements

data on the last 5 years - all majors taken together

Distribution of the graduates per office and function

 Fonctions tous départements

data on the last 5 years - all majors taken together

Geographic Distribution of employments

  • 36.5% in Région Ile de France
  • 13.5% in Région Midi-Pyrénées
  • 8% abroad

data on the last 5  years

Main employers

EDF, Technip, Areva, Planitec, Alten, Total, AGAP2, Altran, Arkema, Asco, Solvay, Air Liquide, Catep Conseil, Mi-GSO,Safran, Sanofi, ...

salary

1st employment (except PhDs and after bonuses) of Class 2012

Average annual salary for the 1st employment: between 30 000 € and 32 000 €

Salary per majors

 

CH

IMAT

GC

GP

GI

Average salary (per year)

29 700€

29 800€

31 000€

33 100€

31200€

Salary development (except PhDs and after bonuses) of Class 2010 on 3 years

  • Class 2010 after graduation: 34 800€ per year
  • Class 2010 in 2012: 36 600€ per year
  • Class 2010 in 2013: 39 200€ per year

Job prospects for engineers in chemistry

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Sectors of activity

Graduates are recruited by companies in the sectors of:

  • chemical industries
  • health
  • cosmetics
  • natural or synthetic polymers
  • organic materials
  • specialty chemicals (adhesives, paints, phytosanitary industries…)
  • analytical control
  • environment
  • safety
  • ...

Main sectors of activity for ENSIACET engineers in chemistry (a CGE study between 2008 and 2012)

Secteurs Chimie

Functions

The engineers in chemistry mainly work in:

  • research and development
  • operations

They participate in:

  • the field of engineering,research and technical consultancy
  • production, operation, control, maintenance, tests, quality or safety units
  • project management

Main functions of the ENSIACET engineers in chemistry (a CGE study between 2008 and 2012)

Fonctions Chimie

 

Job prospects for materials science engineers

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Sectors of activity

Le secteur aéronautique -  un débouché pour les ingénieurs matériaux © Getty Images
Le secteur aéronautique : un débouché pour les ingénieurs matériaux © Getty Images

Graduates enter companies in the sectors of:

  • metallurgic industries,
  • chemical industries,
  • energy production,
  • transport,
  • health,
  • mechanical construction,
  • etc.

Main sectors of activity of the ENSIACET Materials Science Engineers (a CGE study between 2008 and 2012)

Secteurs Matériaux

Functions

The Materials Science Engineers mainly work in:

  • research and development
  • operations

They participate in:

  • the field of engineering, research and technical consultancy
  • production, operation, control, maintenance, tests, quality or safety units
  • project management

Main functions of the ENSIACET Materials Science Engineers (a CGE study between 2008 and 2012)

Fonctions Matériaux

Job prospects for chemical engineers

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Sectors of activity

L'industrie pharmaceutique - secteur d application du génie chimique © Dreaming Andy - Fotolia.comGraduates enter companies in the sectors of:

  • chemistry,
  • biotechnologies,
  • pharmacy,
  • energy,
  • environment,
  • oil,
  • and more generally in material transformation industries (glass, cement, paper, textile, paint, cosmetics, food-processing... industries).

Main activity sectors of the ENSIACET chemical engineers (a CGE study between 2008 and 2012)

Secteurs activités GC

Functions

The engineeer in Chemical Engineering mainly performs activities related to:

  • Engineering;
  • Research & Development, Design Services and technical consulting;
  • Production, Exploitation;
  • Quality, Safety, Environment, intervention project management;
  • Sales engineer.

Main functions of the ENSIACET chemical engineers (a CGE study between 2008 and 2012)

Fonctions GC

Job prospects for process engineers

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Sectors of activity

Dimensionnement d’unités de production © Getty images

Graduates enter companies in the fields of:

  • Chemistry, pharmacy, cosmetics, energy, environment and eco-industries,
  • Design services and technical consulting.

 

 

 

Main activity sectors of the ENSIACET process engineers (a "Conférence des Grandes Ecoles" study between 2008 and 2012)

Secteurs GP

Functions

The process engineer mainly works in industrial activities related to:

  • production and operation
  • research and development scientific and technical studies
  • design, consultancy or expertise

He performs in:

  • engineering, studies and technical consultancy
  • production, operation, control, maintenance, tests, quality or safety units

Main functions of the ENSIACET process engineers (a "Conference des Grandes Ecoles" study between 2008 and 2012)

Fonctions GP

Job prospects for industrial engineers

Last modification on: 07/05/2015 - 15:42

Sectors of activity

Modélisation des unités de production © artemegorov - Fotolia.com

With their skills, industrial engineers work in:

  • project management,
  • logistics (including production management),
  • computer science.

They work in the following business fields:

  • consulting,
  • computer science,
  • aeronautics,
  • pharmacy,
  • energy,
  • transport.

Main activity sectors of the ENSIACET industrial engineers (a CGE study between 2008 and 2012)

Secteurs GI

Functions

Industrial engineers mainly work in activities related to:

  • research and development,
  • operation.

They perform in:

  • the field of engineering, studies and technical consultancy,
  • production, operation, control, maintenance, tests, quality or safety units,
  • project management.

Main functions of the ENSIACET industrial engineers (a CGE study between 2008 and 2012)

Fonctions GI

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