France: ENSEA-FAME in Cergy-Pontoise

Spring

ENSEA-FAME in France

Cergy-Pontoise is a vibrant university town in the heart of the Val d’Oise. It is located close to the Palace of Versailles and approximately 35 minutes from central Paris. Cergy-Pontoise has about 185,000 inhabitants and over 20,000 students from several higher education institutions in the area. Its green spaces and location on the Oise River provide an attractive setting with plenty of cultural and recreational activities.

Ecole Nationale Superieure de l’Electronique et de se Applications (ENSEA) is a "Grande Ecole" and one of the top engineering schools in France, especially for electrical engineering. The French-American Exchange Program (FAME) is designed for UB juniors with a major in Electrical Engineering. ENSEA is a highly selective and specialized institution with 800 students and strong links to industry. Approximately 15% of its students come from outside France.

Courses are taught in English by ENSEA professors. University at Buffalo electrical engineering juniors will study alongside other students from select U.S. partners. Course selections include: Electronic Circuits & Laboratory, Computer Architecture and Introduction to Microprocessors, Algorithms Design and Analysis, Operating Systems, Signals and Systems, Fundamentals of Power Engineering, Probability and Statistics, Communication Systems, and French Language and Culture (approved to meet the Humanities UB Area in the Global Pathway of the UB Curriculum).