ECAM LaSalle, the French engineering school, has received the Bienvenue en France (“Welcome to France”) label, issued by Campus France, which attests to how well the school welcomes engineering students from abroad, on its campus based in Lyon.
Recognition of ECAM LaSalle’s support for foreign students
A true recognition of the quality with which foreign students are hosted and supported, the Bienvenue en France label is also a strong tool to promote the school’s appeal at the international level. On November 10, the school was awarded the Bienvenue en France label for a period of 4 years by Campus France, a public organization responsible for promoting French higher education abroad.
This label testifies to how well foreign engineering students are hosted at the school, based on several criteria including access to information, the range of training programs offered, housing and the quality of campus life. ECAM LaSalle thus joins the 101 other certified higher education establishments in France. “We can be proud of this great result obtained thanks to everyone’s efforts here at the school,” stated Didier Desplanche, Director of ECAM LaSalle. “It recognizes the quality of our work in welcoming and providing support for international students.”
International mobility: a key focus for ECAM LaSalle
For many years, the french school has placed a central focus on welcoming and taking care of its foreign students. With the support of its International Relations Department, ECAM LaSalle is strengthening its global dimension. This includes international development of the campus by hosting foreign students and researchers, building partnerships with international universities, creating scientific and technical curricula in English and more. Every year, the school’s campus welcomes student engineers from approximately thirty different countries. Combining high-quality scientific training with cultural awareness is the school’s promise to its international students!