JOINING THE CONSORTIUM AS AN ACADEMIC MEMBER
EURECOM has set up a Europe-wide network of academic partners when Politecnico de Turino in 1994, Aalto University (Helsinki University of Technology) in 2000, Technische Universität München-TUM in 2007, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU Trondheim in 2009, Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh city in 2012 and Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden) in 2014 joined the Consortium of the founding schools of EURECOM, TELECOM ParisTech and EPFL.
Choosing to become an academic member of EURECOM such as these universities means :
PARTICIPATING IN THE ASSEMBLY OF MEMBERS, THE SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD AND THE TEACHING COMMITTEE
and, through these bodies, exercising a control over the research results and the teaching programs.
SELECTING STUDENTS WHO MEET THE ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS, AND SENDING THEM TO EURECOM FOR THE FINAL PART OF THEIR CURRICULUM
The average stay for these students is generally 4 semesters (3 semesters of classes and 1 semester of internship). However, the school has provided for a certain flexibility to accommodate each partner’s conditions. EURECOM also offers 18-month and 12-month curricula.
DEFINING AND ADOPTING A UNIQUE SET OF PROGRAM BY-LAWS
Students who have met all the conditions set in these by-laws as well as all their obligations towards their school receive the degree from their school of origin and the training certificate from EURECOM.
DEVELOPING CLOSE TIES WITH EURECOM
Through highly encouraged activities, such as sabbatical periods, participation in the teaching programs, co-direction of doctoral theses, participation in common research projects.