Did you know? France is the world’s second-largest exporter of aeronautics in Europe, it plays a pivotal role in the aeronautical assembly. Flagship programs have earned the nation’s aeronautics industry world-class status.
France’s aeronautics and space industry is number one in Europe for the production of civil and military aeroplanes and helicopters: Airbus, Falcon, Mirage, Rafale, Vulcain, and more.
Based in Toulouse, France’s Aerospace Valley is Europe’s largest centre of employment in the field of aeronautics and aerospace. The nation’s aeronautics and space industry are one of the few manufacturing sectors in which employment has grown and where high-quality jobs predominate—nearly 40% of the workforce consists of engineers and managers.
Continue your Aerospace and Aeronautical studies in France. Join the webinar on 22 July 2021 at 6 pm.
The French postsecondary system provides training for aeronautics and aerospace occupations at all levels, from vocational certificates offered in secondary schools to post-Master programs. Programs are taught either in French or in English.
Mr. Justine DE PERRY, Responsable Information Promotion Master / Senior Admission Advisor – MSc in Aerospace Engineering, Institut Supérieur de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace
Mr. Nassim Bovet, Head of Admissions and Alumni Affairs, International Space University