The professional integration support office (Bureau d’aide à l’insertion professionnelle) aims to advise and support the students in their research for an internship and their entry into the professional life. It also updates the directory of former graduates.
The head of the BAIP individually sees students, by appointment to counsel and prepare them for their professional integration:
Identify their skills
Design their curriculum vitae
Draft a cover letter
Look for an internship
Practice for job interviews
Open Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 12pm and from 1.30pm to 5pm except on Wednesdays.
Individual interviews by appointment.
With over 5,000 members, the EUP Network gathers EUP graduates, students and teachers, as well as over 1,800 companies in relation with urbanism.
The EUP Network tasks:
♦ Connecting school graduates and students
♦ Circulating internships and job offers from graduates, companies and teachers
♦ Follow-up on the school's current events.
This tool is essential for students’ professional integration and allows graduates to keep in touch with the EUP.
To access the network:
The Paris School of Urban Planning Bureau des Etudiants is an association (under French law of 1901) authorized by both the UPEC and UGE universities. It was created in September 2014, when the IUP and the IFU both moved into the Bienvenüe building.
Roles of the BDE
Acting in collaboration with the other associations, the administrative and educational teams of the EUP, the BDE has three main missions:
♦ Circulating information among students
♦ Organising student life through a combination of cultural, sports and festive activities to facilitate the integration of students and improve cohesion within the School
♦Supporting professional integration through actions and events that maintain the relations with the world of work, especially through contacts with the former students.
The BDE’s means mainly lean on the subscription fees from its members, which condition the level of the activities offered each year. Members can enjoy benefits on all the activities offered by the BDE and have a voting right during the association’s general meetings.
Any student from the IUP or IFU can subscribe to the BDE. The contribution fee was set on the school year 2014-2015 to €12.
The BDE is managed and animated by students. Among the members, anyone who wishes can become an active member if they get involved in a specific field (communication, event organisation, school life, cultural information, etc.) or for a one-off project. All active members are associated with the important decisions made for the association. The association is managed by an executive committee that is renewed every year in the middle of the school year to allow an easy transfer of responsibilities from one school year to the next.
Created in 2015, the Alumni Association now has more than 7 000 urban planners in professional activity.
The EUP ALUMNI operates on a voluntary basis and reciprocal exchanges between its different members.
The contributions and donations collected will allow the association to pursue its objectives in accordance with the statutes adopted at the general meeting.
Roles of EUP Alumni
♦ Capitalize on feedback from working professionals
♦ Serve as a gateway for the orientation and professional integration of young graduates
♦ Encourage activities that bring added value for the whole community (meetings, debates, conference, etc.)
We invite our students to inquire about the sports and cultural associations from our EUP partners establishments: you can often enjoy preferential fees. There are many ways to help you in your job and housing searches, to help you fund your student’s projects, assist you in your grant applications, etc. Note that the UPEC also has a legal advice service.
The administrative restaurant in the Bienvenüe building is open to EUP students, but they must pay an entrance fee of about 3 Euros.
The tuition fees for a Master program at the EUP are the French university tuition fees required by the Université Gustave Eiffel and the UPEC(approximately 260€ + 90€ CVEC).
Note: Fees may widely vary for some non-EU students.
→ Please visit: https://www.campusfrance.org/en/tuition-fees-France
Several financial aids exist: Scholarship on social criteria, merit aid, aid for international mobility, etc.
→ Find out about the different scholarships on the Université Gustave Eiffel website.
As an international candidate, there are two ways to apply depending on both the country of residence and the applicant's nationality.
For students coming from countries included in the Campus France procedure “Etudes en France / Studying in France” (https://www.campusfrance.org/en/application-etudes-en-france-procedure), the application period begins mid-November and ends mid-March. Students from eligible countries must apply online on the Campus France website.
For students coming from any other country, the admission procedure is the EUP standard procedure on the Gustave Eiffel University eCandidat online portal. Admissions take place between April and June (session 1) and in August-September (session 2).
Each semester, the international relations office (SRI-E) organises French paying courses for UPE (Université Paris-Est) staff and students who are not on exchange programmes. These courses take place with a placement test at the beginning of the semester. The test is done to improve the homogeneity of the groups and for efficient teaching. Only students taking the test will be allowed to participate to the courses.
Registration fees: 210€ per semester.
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