The n+i Network is a non-profit making organization and a unique initiative of the French postgraduate Engineering Institutes with French companies and is made up of more than 70 prestigious Postgraduate French engineering institutes. For 15 years it has been the biggest network in France, with the official support of the French Ministry of European and Foreign Affairs. The Network trains highly qualified, multilingual engineers who can lead effectively on international projects in a multicultural environment. The National Master’s degree programs cover all fields of science and engineering. 95% of N+I students get a job offer, even before they graduate.
Prof. Annya Requiile, Dean International Relations, Ecole Des Mines de Nantes a premier institute of Engineering in France, had come to the MITS campus. She spoke to the students under the Faculty of Engineering. She spoke about the job prospects in technical fields in France and also mentioned about the need for specialized skilled professionals in the country. She spoke about the n+i scholarship and mentioned how the students should proceed with the application. She also cleared the doubts students had regarding settling down in a foreign country and the communication barrier. The n+i scholarship is one of the most respected technical scholarship programs in the world and MITS students were honored to receive an orientation by their representative and asked to apply for the program.