UniLaSalle trains generalist engineers to hold high-level executive and top management positions in the following sectors especially: agriculture, food industry, food and health, geology and the environment.
Student intake is selective. Academic programmes are research-informed to support the curriculum of the great range of scientific disciplines taught at the school.
The teaching methods upheld by the school are dynamic and practical and put great emphasis on work placements. UniLaSalle students can make the best of their 5 years of study to develop the skills needed to achieve their career objectives.
Thus, as well as the human sciences included in the curriculum, a vibrant campus life, the comprehensive program of extra-curricular activities and the many academic or personal projects allow students to build up their confidence and fulfil their potential.
This is done through recognition of others, commitments and responsibilities. Such qualities are all necessary to future managers but also to anyone wishing to make a success of their life.
The school wishes to encourage values such as respect, sense of commitment and voluntary work, belief in equality and equal opportunities for the poor and underprivileged. Proof of this commitment can be found in the personal supervision students receive from faculty members, the promotion of extra-curricular activities in the academic programme and the comprehensive education offered by campus life and its vibrant community life.
Indeed campus life offers an exceptional experience of collective living calling upon a sense of responsibility to serve others and resulting in lifelong friendships.
All of the above is the foundation of the school’s spirit and strength that is shared by the hundreds of thousands educated every year in UniLaSallian institutions around the world.