ISEN Lille ('Institut supérieur de l'électronique et du numérique' or 'Institute for Advanced Studies in Electronics and Digital Technology') was founded in 1956 as part of the Université Catholique de Lille.
ISEN Lille graduates are true ' digital specialists"
This engineering school was created by Norbert Segard, a professor in physics and Minister of Telecommunications in the French Government.
Its aim is to take France's telecommunications sector into the age of automation.
ISEN Lille is a leader in providing training in electronics and digital technology.
Strengths of ISEN Lille
ISEN Lille produces engineering graduates who are experts in technology, the fields where it is used and the challenges faced by society in this area. It strives to identify talent, and allow each and every student to reach their full potential and ambition through modular programmes which are international in their outlook and expose students to the world of business