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REQUIREMENTS and APPLICATION

EURECOM's Admission Committee requires at least one letter from a professor, able to assess the academic performance of the student. The second letter can be provided by an industrial supervisor, yet it needs to contain information about the applicant's skills related to the Master's degree topic.

Applications are assessed every month. Students are notified of the date of decision (please check the Application Guide “Deadlines” and receive a pre-admission letter by email if admitted.

Students then need to confirm the admission by paying a 1000€ deposit on the tuition fees and send a hard copy of their transcripts, degree certificates and letters of recommendation (in case the letter were upload in the online platform).

 

The final letter of acceptance is sent by post as soon as the deposit and documents are received.

It is possible to postpone your admission for the next Intake, students need to write an email to admission@eurecom.fr explaining the reasons of the decision. The final decision will be communicated by email. Students need to be aware that conditions regarding the degree may change from one year to another and current conditions at the moment of postponement will not prevail. Postponement is valid for one year only.

Students can apply without the English proficiency test and receive a notification about their admission before receiving it. Applicants will then receive a Conditional enrolment letter. They will need to provide the final test certificate as soon as possible to receive a final enrolment letter, in any case before July 31st 2017.

Referees can send their recommendation letter by email to the following address: admission@eurecom.fr

 

Since the online application form cannot be validated without 2 uploaded reference letters, we invite students in the abovementioned situation, to upload a WORD document in which they write the following sentence: “the Recommendation letter written by “Name + Surname + Position” has been sent by email to admission@eurecom.fr

Students can apply without the final degree certificate. They need to provide all available transcripts and a certificate from the university stating the expected date of studies completion. Applicants will then receive a Conditional Enrolment letter. They will need to provide the final transcript and degree certificate as soon as possible to receive a final enrolment letter, in any case before July 31st 2017.

Unless your university can issue another “original document”, you should never send any original documents, as they can be lost. Candidates need to send only certified copies. 

Make a copy of all their application documents (transcript and degree certificates in the original language + a copy of the official translation).

Bring this copy and the original document to one of the following institutions: home University, French embassy, public notary, Town hall.

Ask an officer to certify the photocopy is a copy of the original with a stamp and signature.

Age of enrolled students in Master’s degrees range from 22 to 30 years old.

The age range is wider for Post Master's degree as the degree targets both freshly Master graduates and experienced engineers.

Professional experience is not required. EURECOM’s applicants are shared between freshly graduate students and applicants with 3-6 years of experience. Both profiles are welcome.

Since all programs at EURECOM are totally taught in English, no prior French knowledge is needed and a French proficiency test is thus not required. Yet non-EU students are strongly advised to check with their local CampusFrance office/ French Consulate. Even if most French embassies will not require a French proficiency test if the curriculum is taught in English, it is better to check whether they have requirements in French to obtain the visa.

 

Students need to be aware that, even if French is not required to study at EURECOM, it may be relevant to start learning basic French before starting the program as these skills will be very useful if they wish to do the last semester internship in a company in France and are looking to work in France after graduation.

EURECOM organizes monthly admission decisions from November to June, each with a deadline specified on the website (please check the Application Guide).

Students first upload the necessary documents on an Online Platform and receive a notification of results by email.

A B2 level in English certified by an external certification is required.

 

Please find the accepted certifications:

• TOEIC : 785 (750 for Post Master’s Applicants)

• TOEFL ITP : 550

• TOEFL IBT : 80

• IELTS : 5,5

• Cambridge English Advanced (CAE). 

Applicants are invited to look at each individual course description of the targeted degree since it contains useful information about the content and requirements.

The description of each course is available online: an individual page opens up by clicking on the Course Code (blue link to the left of each Course Title).

A completed Master’s degree in a relevant field is required.

The content of earlier studies in Bachelor and Master’s degrees should provide the necessary background to follow the courses described in each of the Post Master’s degree.

A strong background in mathematics is required and good bases in programming are helpful. 

A B2 level in English is required to be able to follow the courses entirely taught in English. A recent certification in English is necessary to be able to graduate, students can obtain this certfication while studying in EURECOM but it is strongly advised to obtain it before the start of the program.

A completed Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field and a B2 level in English are the main requirements to be eligible to apply to a Master’s degree. 

The following criteria will also be taken into account by the Admission Committee:

- Reputation of the Home University

- Ranking of the student in her/his class (if available)

- Grades, academic performance

- Recommendation from professors, supervisors

- Personal motivation for the topic of the Master and for EURECOM

- Relevance of prior academic and professional background with the chosen Master's topic

- Future professional project

EURECOM is located at the heart of Europe largest techno park, Sophia Antipolis, which spans over several towns.

 

Here are the nearby towns and cities where students live:

  • VALBONNE/Biot: the closest towns. The Student public residences run by CROUS are located there. It takes around 15-20 min by bus. The place is generally very quiet during the weekends and ideal for students seeking a peaceful study environment. (Bus 1/100/6)
  • ANTIBES: 8 km from EURECOM; Touristic and charming town. Antibes covers a large territory, some students live in the Northern part which is closest to EURECOM while others prefer the city center with more facilities and close to the beach (Bus 1/100/6)
  • NICE: the 5th  biggest city in France. Very dynamic city for students. Yet since traffic jams can be intense. Buses are quite frequent from EURECOM to Nice. (Bus 230)
CAMPUS LIFE

EURECOM's Admission Committee requires at least one letter from a professor, able to assess the academic performance of the student. The second letter can be provided by an industrial supervisor, yet it needs to contain information about the applicant's skills related to the Master's degree topic.

Applications are assessed every month. Students are notified of the date of decision (please check the Application Guide “Deadlines” and receive a pre-admission letter by email if admitted.

Students then need to confirm the admission by paying a 1000€ deposit on the tuition fees and send a hard copy of their transcripts, degree certificates and letters of recommendation (in case the letter were upload in the online platform).

 

The final letter of acceptance is sent by post as soon as the deposit and documents are received.

VISAS and RESIDENT PERMITS

EURECOM's Admission Committee requires at least one letter from a professor, able to assess the academic performance of the student. The second letter can be provided by an industrial supervisor, yet it needs to contain information about the applicant's skills related to the Master's degree topic.

Applications are assessed every month. Students are notified of the date of decision (please check the Application Guide “Deadlines” and receive a pre-admission letter by email if admitted.

Students then need to confirm the admission by paying a 1000€ deposit on the tuition fees and send a hard copy of their transcripts, degree certificates and letters of recommendation (in case the letter were upload in the online platform).

 

The final letter of acceptance is sent by post as soon as the deposit and documents are received.

It is possible to postpone your admission for the next Intake, students need to write an email to admission@eurecom.fr explaining the reasons of the decision. The final decision will be communicated by email. Students need to be aware that conditions regarding the degree may change from one year to another and current conditions at the moment of postponement will not prevail. Postponement is valid for one year only.

INTERNSHIPS AND JOBS

EURECOM's Admission Committee requires at least one letter from a professor, able to assess the academic performance of the student. The second letter can be provided by an industrial supervisor, yet it needs to contain information about the applicant's skills related to the Master's degree topic.

Applications are assessed every month. Students are notified of the date of decision (please check the Application Guide “Deadlines” and receive a pre-admission letter by email if admitted.

Students then need to confirm the admission by paying a 1000€ deposit on the tuition fees and send a hard copy of their transcripts, degree certificates and letters of recommendation (in case the letter were upload in the online platform).

 

The final letter of acceptance is sent by post as soon as the deposit and documents are received.

It is possible to postpone your admission for the next Intake, students need to write an email to admission@eurecom.fr explaining the reasons of the decision. The final decision will be communicated by email. Students need to be aware that conditions regarding the degree may change from one year to another and current conditions at the moment of postponement will not prevail. Postponement is valid for one year only.

Students can apply without the English proficiency test and receive a notification about their admission before receiving it. Applicants will then receive a Conditional enrolment letter. They will need to provide the final test certificate as soon as possible to receive a final enrolment letter, in any case before July 31st 2017.

Referees can send their recommendation letter by email to the following address: admission@eurecom.fr

 

Since the online application form cannot be validated without 2 uploaded reference letters, we invite students in the abovementioned situation, to upload a WORD document in which they write the following sentence: “the Recommendation letter written by “Name + Surname + Position” has been sent by email to admission@eurecom.fr

FINANCIAL MATTERS: Tuition fees, cost of living and scholarships

EURECOM's Admission Committee requires at least one letter from a professor, able to assess the academic performance of the student. The second letter can be provided by an industrial supervisor, yet it needs to contain information about the applicant's skills related to the Master's degree topic.

Applications are assessed every month. Students are notified of the date of decision (please check the Application Guide “Deadlines” and receive a pre-admission letter by email if admitted.

Students then need to confirm the admission by paying a 1000€ deposit on the tuition fees and send a hard copy of their transcripts, degree certificates and letters of recommendation (in case the letter were upload in the online platform).

 

The final letter of acceptance is sent by post as soon as the deposit and documents are received.

It is possible to postpone your admission for the next Intake, students need to write an email to admission@eurecom.fr explaining the reasons of the decision. The final decision will be communicated by email. Students need to be aware that conditions regarding the degree may change from one year to another and current conditions at the moment of postponement will not prevail. Postponement is valid for one year only.

Students can apply without the English proficiency test and receive a notification about their admission before receiving it. Applicants will then receive a Conditional enrolment letter. They will need to provide the final test certificate as soon as possible to receive a final enrolment letter, in any case before July 31st 2017.

Referees can send their recommendation letter by email to the following address: admission@eurecom.fr

 

Since the online application form cannot be validated without 2 uploaded reference letters, we invite students in the abovementioned situation, to upload a WORD document in which they write the following sentence: “the Recommendation letter written by “Name + Surname + Position” has been sent by email to admission@eurecom.fr

Students can apply without the final degree certificate. They need to provide all available transcripts and a certificate from the university stating the expected date of studies completion. Applicants will then receive a Conditional Enrolment letter. They will need to provide the final transcript and degree certificate as soon as possible to receive a final enrolment letter, in any case before July 31st 2017.

Unless your university can issue another “original document”, you should never send any original documents, as they can be lost. Candidates need to send only certified copies. 

Make a copy of all their application documents (transcript and degree certificates in the original language + a copy of the official translation).

Bring this copy and the original document to one of the following institutions: home University, French embassy, public notary, Town hall.

Ask an officer to certify the photocopy is a copy of the original with a stamp and signature.

ACADEMIC MATTERS

EURECOM's Admission Committee requires at least one letter from a professor, able to assess the academic performance of the student. The second letter can be provided by an industrial supervisor, yet it needs to contain information about the applicant's skills related to the Master's degree topic.

Applications are assessed every month. Students are notified of the date of decision (please check the Application Guide “Deadlines” and receive a pre-admission letter by email if admitted.

Students then need to confirm the admission by paying a 1000€ deposit on the tuition fees and send a hard copy of their transcripts, degree certificates and letters of recommendation (in case the letter were upload in the online platform).

 

The final letter of acceptance is sent by post as soon as the deposit and documents are received.

It is possible to postpone your admission for the next Intake, students need to write an email to admission@eurecom.fr explaining the reasons of the decision. The final decision will be communicated by email. Students need to be aware that conditions regarding the degree may change from one year to another and current conditions at the moment of postponement will not prevail. Postponement is valid for one year only.

Students can apply without the English proficiency test and receive a notification about their admission before receiving it. Applicants will then receive a Conditional enrolment letter. They will need to provide the final test certificate as soon as possible to receive a final enrolment letter, in any case before July 31st 2017.

Referees can send their recommendation letter by email to the following address: admission@eurecom.fr

 

Since the online application form cannot be validated without 2 uploaded reference letters, we invite students in the abovementioned situation, to upload a WORD document in which they write the following sentence: “the Recommendation letter written by “Name + Surname + Position” has been sent by email to admission@eurecom.fr

Students can apply without the final degree certificate. They need to provide all available transcripts and a certificate from the university stating the expected date of studies completion. Applicants will then receive a Conditional Enrolment letter. They will need to provide the final transcript and degree certificate as soon as possible to receive a final enrolment letter, in any case before July 31st 2017.

Unless your university can issue another “original document”, you should never send any original documents, as they can be lost. Candidates need to send only certified copies. 

Make a copy of all their application documents (transcript and degree certificates in the original language + a copy of the official translation).

Bring this copy and the original document to one of the following institutions: home University, French embassy, public notary, Town hall.

Ask an officer to certify the photocopy is a copy of the original with a stamp and signature.

Age of enrolled students in Master’s degrees range from 22 to 30 years old.

The age range is wider for Post Master's degree as the degree targets both freshly Master graduates and experienced engineers.

Professional experience is not required. EURECOM’s applicants are shared between freshly graduate students and applicants with 3-6 years of experience. Both profiles are welcome.

EURECOM's Admission Committee requires at least one letter from a professor, able to assess the academic performance of the student. The second letter can be provided by an industrial supervisor, yet it needs to contain information about the applicant's skills related to the Master's degree topic.

Applications are assessed every month. Students are notified of the date of decision (please check the Application Guide “Deadlines” and receive a pre-admission letter by email if admitted.

Students then need to confirm the admission by paying a 1000€ deposit on the tuition fees and send a hard copy of their transcripts, degree certificates and letters of recommendation (in case the letter were upload in the online platform).

 

The final letter of acceptance is sent by post as soon as the deposit and documents are received.

It is possible to postpone your admission for the next Intake, students need to write an email to admission@eurecom.fr explaining the reasons of the decision. The final decision will be communicated by email. Students need to be aware that conditions regarding the degree may change from one year to another and current conditions at the moment of postponement will not prevail. Postponement is valid for one year only.

Students can apply without the English proficiency test and receive a notification about their admission before receiving it. Applicants will then receive a Conditional enrolment letter. They will need to provide the final test certificate as soon as possible to receive a final enrolment letter, in any case before July 31st 2017.