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Proud to be engineer!
Newsfrom
EURECOMgraduates
Diploma awarding schools
Telecom ParisTech
57%
Politecnico di Torino
20%
École Polytechnique
Fédérale de Lausanne
6%
Telecom Bretagne
3%
Aalto University
(Helsinki University of Technology)
3%
Norwegian University
of Sciences and Technology
1%
ETSET Barcelone
<
1%
TU Stuttgart
<
1%
TU Darmstadt
<
1%
ETH Zurich
<
1%
Other
7%
6%
Other regions
in France
29%
Europe
Every year, EURECOM conducts a sur-
vey with its young graduates to identify
the business areas where these new engi-
neers have found their first employment.
In 2011, EURECOM extended the study to
its five last Classes in all fields of the entire
engineering profession.
The results show that the range of areas
is larger than ever, covering upstream
research, architecture development (IT,
networks,) and engineering, deployment,
consulting, electronic development and
communications, as well as supporting
businesses.
Working on tomorrow’s vehicles, launching satellites in space, or
designing solutions to protect Internet users’ confidentiality are some of the
challenges faced by engineers and their future peers trained at EURECOM.
83%
of alumni are working in private
sector companies,
66%
are working inmultinational
companies (2,000 + employees)
Post-EURECOMtraining
1 out of 4EURECOMgraduateshasundertaken
further training.
Most of them followed an engineering curriculum at
EURECOM then moved on to acquire a double degree.
60% of the theses undertaken after the engineering
curriculum are done at EURECOM.
Countries where our alumni are working
Where do theywork?
of EURECOM’s alumni are working
93%
5%
are studying
2%
are working on a
personal project
19%
International Master’s, business,
finance and double degrees
28%
DEA - MSCs
11%
DESS - MBAs - DEAs
in economics
42%
Doctoral
degrees
16%
Sophia Antipolis
and its region
31%
Île-de-France
6%
United States
12%
Other part of
the world
Survey methodology:
Target: Students from the five last
Classes (2006 through 2010, or 436
past students)
The survey was carried out on
line, fromOctober 18 through
November 8, 2011.
Response rate: 56%, with a special
focus on the 2007 and 2010 Classes
2/3 of respondents completed an
engineering curriculum
EURECOM
Graduate school and research center in communication systems
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