A dynamic of continuous improvement
With 30 points, UniLaSalle belongs to Group B of engineering schools, ranking 86th out of 168 ranked schools. This 9-point increase since the 2018 ranking shows the strong dynamism of the school according to the 4 criteria of The Student: academic excellence, proximity to companies, internationality and openness to new audiences.
UniLaSalle is the leader among private institutions with the EESPIG general interest label in 3 of its specialties: "Bioengineering, agri-food and medical engineering", "Agriculture, forestry and biosystems engineering" and "Geological engineering". It also obtained the second place in "Environmental Engineering".
It should be noted that ESIEE-Amiens, whose areas of expertise are digital and energy, does not appear in the Student's 2021 ranking due to the merger with UniLaSalle.
Training to meet the demands of companies
According to the l'Etudiant 2021 ranking, the relationships with companies and the preparation for professional integration are one of the assets of UniLaSalle's training programs, based on the following 4 criteria: exit salary, teaching and research chairs policy, number of mid-size and large companies present at the forums, number of Alumni on the Linkedin network.
- 2nd place out of 21 for bio-engineering, agri-food and medical engineering (> access the ranking)
- 2nd place out of 10 for agriculture, forestry and biosystems engineering (> access the ranking)
- 2nd place out of 8 for geological engineering (> access the ranking)
- 5th place out of 21 for Environmental Engineering (> access the rankings)
These results complete the recent podiums obtained for both the Eduniversal 2021 ranking and the Happy@school ranking of the schools where students are the most motivated and happy.
From a methodological point of view, the Student prize list uses declarative data from two sources: certified data from the Commission des Titres d'Ingénieur (©CTI - Year 2020) and press data from the Conférence des directeurs des écoles françaises d'ingénieurs (©CDEFI - Year 2020). Of the 168 of the 200 French engineering schools that participated, 131 are public institutions, 2 consular and 35 private.