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To our former students

Former students are requested to submit

  • Job offers and requests or
  • Changes in contact details, address to: :
    Mme Tugba Tasdagitici
    Ecole Supérieure d'Informatique
    67 rue Royale
    B-1000 Bruxelles
    +32 (0)2 219 15 46
    +32 (0)2 219 48 47
    ttasdagitici@he2b.be


Appeal to our graduates

Our Bachelor's training in computing has had its share of changes, particularly since 1995. First, the creation of the Haute Ecole forced us once again to adapt to new management, whereas in the run-up to the millennium the Euro, company mergers and restructuring resulted in a loss of contact with and between our former students.

Today, following a succession of dramatic events, the situation is even more difficult. Although the training provided at ESI has always had the reputation of providing a sound basis for a good career, present market conditions are such that recent graduates find it more difficult to find work, whereas alumni who lose their jobs have to wait longer before finding another one.

Are you looking for a job? Are you looking for a computer specialist? Are you interested in getting together with some of your former classmates and teachers? Would you like the give a third-year student the opportunity of getting some practical work experience in your company? Please contact us.

bannière Alumni (ESI Graduates) To our former students Former students are requested to submit Job offers and requests or Changes in contact details, address to: Mme Tugba Tasdagitici Ecole Supérieure d'Informatique 67 rue Royale B-1000 Bruxelles Phone +32.(0)2.219.15.46 Fax +32.(0)2.219.48.47 emailttasdagitici@he2b.be Appeal to our graduates Our Bachelor's training in computing has had its share of changes, particularly since 1995. First, the creation of the Haute Ecole forced us once again to adapt to new management, whereas in the run-up to the millennium the Euro, company mergers and restructuring resulted in a loss of contact with and between our former students. Today, following a succession of dramatic events, the situation is even more difficult. Although the training provided at ESI has always had the reputation of providing a sound basis for a good career, present market conditions are such that recent graduates find it more difficult to find work, whereas alumni who lose their jobs have to wait longer before finding another one. Are you looking for a job? Are you looking for a computer specialist? Are you interested in getting together with some of your former classmates and teachers? Would you like the give a third-year student the opportunity of getting some practical work experience in your company? Please contact us. It would seem that it is high time to revive the bonds within the ESI family. Hence, we should like to ask for your help in finding alumni and to direct them to our website. Recent contact details can be communicated to Mrs Tugba Tasdagitici ttasdagitici@heb.be, who is in charge of updating the alumni database. ESI has had different names in the course of its history; in order to facilitate the search, you will find the successive addresses listed below:

  • 1969 : creation of a short-cycle higher-education section (graduat) in computing at the Institut Chômé-Wyns (in Anderlecht, hence the ANDRXXX). A short time later, the section transferred to ISIB (Institut Supérieur Industriel de Bruxelles) and moved to the latter's premises on 12, Avenue de l'Astronomie (Saint-Josse-ten-Noode)
  • 1985 : creation of an independent school by the name of Institut d'Enseignement Supérieur Economique de la Communauté française à Bruxelles (I.E.S.Ec.), with the establishment of a degree in Industrial Data Processing (graduat en informatique industrielle).
  • ca 1990 : the abbreviation changes from ISI (Institut Supérieur d'Informatique) to ESI (École Supérieure d'Informatique)
  • 1995 : creation of the so-called Hautes Ecoles in the French-speaking Community of Belgium, with ESI becoming part of the Haute Ecole de Bruxelles (resulting in the new abbreviation HEB-ESI), together with ISTI (Institut Supérieur de Traduction et d'Interprétation) and the Institut Pédagogique Defré
  • 2000 : creation of the Networks and Telecommunications option
  • January 2001 : move to 67, rue Royale (1000 Brussels)
  • September 2004 : in accordance with the Decree dated 31 March 2004 which defines higher education and supports its integration within the European Union higher education landscape, our school currently awards the degree of Bachelor in Computing.