Graduate School and Research Center in Digital Sciences

MASTER:

The Master of Science program spans over a period of 4 semesters (24 months). It starts with a compulsory 3-week intensive French language program starting on the first week of September.

The curriculum include 3 semesters of taught courses, lasting each 14 weeks (from October to February, from February to June, from October to mid-February) followed by a 6-month paid internship in a company (from March to August).

Each semester is made of several Teaching Units, each with a set of courses and a minimum amount of credits to validate. Each semester, students are required to validate a certain number of technical credits and non-technical courses, one language credit.

Students need to validate a Semester's Project during the 2nd and 3rd semesters. Please refer to the Academic Regulations for more details about the credit repartition. Most of the courses are elective and thus allow students to design their own curriculum for maximum relevance.

 

POST MASTER;

The Post Master program spans over a period of 3 semesters (16 months). It starts with a compulsory 3-week intensive French language program starting on the first week of September.

The curriculum include 2 semesters of taught courses, lasting each 14 weeks (from October to February, from February to June) followed by a 6-month paid internship in a company (from July to December).

Each semester, students are required to validate a certain number of technical credits and non-technical courses and a Semester's Project. Students can either work on the same project topic from October to June with 2 defenses, one in February and one in June, or pick up a different project topic per semester.

One language ECTS in English language is also required to validate the curriculum. This credit can only be granted if the student provides a recent proficiency test from an official institution certifying a B2 level in English. The language ECTS is already granted to students who provide a recent proficiency test (obtained less than 2 years before the start of the academic year) before entering the program.

Please refer to the Academic Regulations for more details about the credit repartition.