Class of 2021 Engineering Graduates Off to a Good Professional Start

The professional integration indicators of the IMT Atlantique engineering class of 2021 are highly satisfactory. They testify, among other things, to the institution's reputation with the companies that hire its graduates.

A "first job" survey is carried out every year among graduating students to analyse how they have integrated into the professional world.  This survey, conducted within the framework of the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles (CGE), reviews activity, insertion rate, salaries, types of contract, access to employment, type of company, sectors of activity and place of work.
The survey of engineers graduating at the end of 2021, conducted between January and March 2022, received a high response rate (95%), which attests to its reliability. The results are back to the values obtained before the health crisis in terms of job placement and salaries.

Key figures:

  • The net employment rate of the class of 2021 is 92%,
  • Among the graduates in professional activity, the rate of permanent employment (CDI) is 92%.
  • 90% of graduates found their job in less than 2 months,
  • There has also been an increase in the average salary to €43,305 (gross salary with bonuses)

To quote an alumni verbatim: "IMT Atlantique is a technological university with an excellent quality of education that guarantees employability".

For more information on the sectors that recruit IMT Atlantique engineers, consult the 2022 first job survey

Published on 19.10.2022

by Pierre-Hervé VAILLANT

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