Graduate Engineers

Crédit photo CCI : Bertrand-Lapègue
Traditionnel jeté de bérets pour la 17ème promotion d’ingénieurs de l'ESTIA. Crédit photo CCI : Bertrand-Lapègue.

Engineers in the 17th class to graduate from The Institute of Advanced Industrial Technologies (ESTIA) received their degrees in Biarritz at the traditional ceremony held each year by the school, based at the Izarbel technology park.


204 new ESTIA engineers and 12 students of the Consultancy & Engineering in Logistics & Organisational Innovation Masters (CILIO) received their degrees on Saturday 19 November 2016 at a ceremony held at the Gare du Midi in Biarritz.


The ESTIA engineering degree is awarded after five years of study, providing a French/International double degree thanks to partnerships with the Universities of Cranfield, Wolverhampton, and Salford-Manchester in Britain; the Engineering School of Bilbao and the Technical University of Madrid in Spain; and Paris Descartes University in France.


The 12 graduates of the CILIO Masters are professionals in continuing education and Masters graduates. This block-release course accredited by the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles allows students to carry out professional duties relating to strategy and organisational consulting and project management.


The 17th graduating class of ESTIA engineers was sponsored by Frédéric Garcia, President of Airbus Group Mexico and President of the CEEG Group of multinational companies in Mexico.


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