The postgraduate program spans over the second and third years of study. Students may complete their Master of Science in Engineering (diplôme d'ingénieur) in two years.
Students enroll in:
In the second year, the scientific courses are spread over four different time slots of two half days each per week (slot A, B,C for optional study tracks and slot D for all students). Students must choose two study tracks programmed in two different slots.
Students have two half-days off for studying. They have to complete 60 credits per year
Languages : presentation | Personal and professional skills ("Formation Humaine") : presentation (in French) | Athens weeks : program
The programs are mostly in French during the second year and in French or in English during the third year.
Time Slot A:
Time Slot B:
Time Slot C:
Time Slot D: elective courses for all students, who have two half days off per week for self-study.
Students choose a 6-month specialty in one of the two study tracks they completed during the second year, and a 6-month engineering internship (24 weeks). The choice is between the following programs (“Options”):
Under the supervision of their academic advisor, students choose, according to their interests, for one semester :
Note: one major, “Entrepreneurship”, is open to all students regardless of the program followed in the second year.
With the agreement of their academic advisor, students who stay at least 2 years may opt to do one of the selective Master of Science programs (M2) proposed elsewhere within the University of Paris-Saclay or in other Parisian universities (double degree) and, of course, an internship.
Each study track feeds into a host of M2 programs in the fields of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics or Physics. Two M2 programs are open to all students: PIC and IREN ("Innovation, Enterprise and Society").
For more information, please refer to the description of each study track.
In all cases, students will follow language courses as well as personal and professional skills courses as they did in their second year and will have to complete a total of 60 credits.