AESOP with University of Bordeaux
Engineering fields, as a whole, have experienced explosive growth within the past decade, especially that of Aeronautical, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering as well as Computer Science. With the global competition and consumer demand for the next great innovation becoming ever-more imperative, the need for collaborative engineering is immensely prevalent in today’s market. The realm of air traffic management and safety—both civilian and defense—is similar and that is why the University of Cincinnati College of Engineering and Applied Science (UC CEAS) and the University of Bordeaux (UBx) have partnered to cultivate the Aero-System Operations (AESOP) Collaborative Degree Program.
UNIVERSITY FAST FACTS
Founded in 1819, the University of Cincinnati is an urban university and a public research powerhouse.
The inventor of cooperative education in 1906, ranked No.1 Return on Educational Investment — recognizing our dedication to experiential learning. UC’s campus ranks among the world’s most beautiful.
More than 34,000 undergraduate and 10,000 graduate students enrolled in 2016. 379 Programs of Study: 186 undergraduate, 111 master’s, 79 doctoral, and 3 professional
Research. Awarded nearly $400 million in research funding in 2015. 54 current patents are held by College of Engineering and Applied Science faculty. The UC Research Institute (UCRI), an independent non-profit facilitating the commercialization of research, focused its initial three-year project on the development of next-gen jet engines, in partnership with GE Aviation.
International. As a top 200 global university, 3,373 international students are enrolled from 114 countries; and 1,659 UC students studied abroad in 2014-15.
Campus. 421.5 acres on all campuses, 57.5 acres of greenspace on uptown campuses.
Cincinnati. Resting along the banks of the Ohio River, our vibrant region spans portions of three states. The “Queen City” ranks in the top 100 most liveable cities, based on economic, health care, housing, civic capital, education, amenities, demographic and infrastructure. The largest employer in the region, UC’s economic impact is more than $3 billion.
Campus of Excellence: the University of Bordeaux is a multidisciplinary, research-focused, international institution supported by a significant endowment from the French government in 2011 to lead the Initiative of Excellence program.
Multidisciplinary fields of study: 245 study programs and 180 Master specialities in all domains: Law, Political Science, Economics, Management / Science & Technology / Health Sciences / Human Sciences / Vine and Wine Science / etc.
Research, our driving force: 8 doctoral schools, 70 research laboratories, 4,000 lecturers and researchers, 2,000 PhD students.
International. Study: 6,200 international students (12% of the student population) with 40 international study programs at every level, 11 EU-labeled programs acknowledging their excellence.
Research. 280 joint PhD agreements, 18 international associated laboratories, 150 EU collaborative projects (H2020 and FP7)
Campus. 260 hectares — one of the largest campus sites in Europe, more than 100 student associations
Bordeaux. Listed as part of the UNESCO World Heritage list, described as “an outstanding urban and architectural ensemble”, classified as “City of Art and History” and last but not least, the wine capital of the world with around 10,000 wine-producing châteaux!