Master students FCGC, with UTM-ENISE diplomas

Starting September 1st, 2019, three master students of the Master’s program “Structural Engineering” at the Faculty of Construction, Geodesy and Cadastre, UTM, will continue their master’s studies at the National School of Engineering in Saint-Etienne (École Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Saint-Étienne – ENISE), University of Lyon, France, being students at UTM at the same time.

It is a possibility offered on the basis of the ERASMUS + KA1 bilateral academic mobility agreement signed between UTM and ENISE in 2016, each year being extended due to the beautiful study results recorded by our disciples.

Earlier, two graduates of FCGC-UTM have successfully completed their academic mobility internships at ENISE: Aurelia Leahu, who in 2008 obtained her Master’s degree in “Structural Engineering” (FCGC-UTM) and the ENISE diploma; as well as two representatives of the 2019 generation – Stanislav Varvarici and Vitalie Lavric, who have already obtained degrees from the FCGC Master’s degree program “Structural Engineering”, and now attend a training course for obtaining the ENISE Diploma in September 2019.

The three master students who will continue their studies at ENISE – Vasile Bacalîm, Alexei Cojocar, Mihaela Galaju, IS-1801M, Master’s program “Structural Engineering”, were selected by the Administration of the Faculty of Construction, Geodesy and Cadastre and the Department of International Relations ENISE. The selection criteria were: knowledge of the French language at a satisfactory level, as well as knowledge in the field of construction, conditions set out in the ERASMUS + KA1 bilateral agreement for the Industrial and Civil Constructions field. The 5-month study will be finished with a UTM graduation diploma after January 31, 2020, and in September 2020, with the ENISE diploma and the financial support from the University of France for the internship and successful completion of studies.

Good luck, dear UTM-ENISE students!

Engineers create the Future!