A new Engineering Degree in Digital Science
- For thirty years, EURECOM has been training engineering students from partner schools and universities: Télécom Paris, IMT Atlantique, Télécom SudParis and international universities.
- From September 2022, EURECOM is accreditated by CTI (French accreditation Board for Engineering Schools) for a new Engineering Degree (Master of Science)
- Courses are taught in English by international teachers
Strong links with Industry
Putting companies at the heart of engineering training is a strategic axis chosen by EURECOM since its creation.
- EURECOM is located in Sophia Antipolis, the largest technology park in Europe
- 23 000 companies
- 36 300 jobs
- 5 000 students
- 4 500 researchers
- 1 000 jobs created per year
- EURECOM is a consortium whose members are major European universities and French and European companies. Industrial members contribute to the evolution of courses by issuing recommendations related to the emergence of new skills needs in their companies.
- To help students to find an internship to help them in their professional orientation, the school organizes, with the help of a team of students, the EURECOM Forum. Each year students have a unique opportunity to initiate fruitful exchanges with companies that offer internships, recruitment and career prospects
Cutting-Edge Research Center
EURECOM is a renowned research center in digital sciences. Cutting-Edge research and innovation is based on the recruitment of international research professors having very diverse backgrounds.
The excellence of the research carried out at EURECOM has been rewarded with 3 ERCs during the last three years (one of the most selective European Council for Research grants in Europe). With 13% of researchers receiving an ERC, EURECOM ranks among the top 3 European research organizations
This excellence in research is reflected in the teaching, with courses in English on cutting-edge techniques in the fields of digital sciences and semester projects on a wide choice of industrial related topics.
- EURECOM is rated QS 5 stars
- Courses are fully taught in English
- 70% of international students, of more than 40 nationalities
- 70% of international teachers
- 1 mandatory semester abroad
- Either in academic mobility in a partner university
- Or during the 6-month internship
- Duration of studies is 3 years.
- First year (semester 5 & 6) is a common core for all EURECOM engineering students
- The second and third years are devoted to majors, to be chosen at the end of semester 6:
- Projects integrated into the curriculum allow students to confront research and company issues.
- In the second and third year, students have a large choice of courses in order to build a personalized cursus
- Two internships are mandatory during the program:
- one-month intership between first and second year,
- six-month internship during the last semester (S10)
- Half a day per week is reserved for sports and cultural activities (Thursday afternoon, which allows students who so wish to take part in university sports competitions).
- A mandatory semester in international mobility: EURECOM has many international partners.
- Language courses : due to the diversity of nationalities, language courses are offered according to level. Generally, seven courses are open: German, English, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Chinese and French.
First Year Curriculum
The first year is a compulsory common core structured with several courses to address the fundamentals of digital engineering sciences and prepare for the 5 courses offered in 2nd and 3rd year. The first year ends with an internship, lasting a minimum of 4 weeks. A project based on the use of a Raspberry Pie is taught throughout the year
Semester 5 September - February
|Applied signal processing||Unit ECTS: 7.50|
|T||ComLab||Wireless Communication Laboratory||Weight: 0.34|
|T||ImProc||Digital Image Processing||Weight: 0.34|
|T||SoundProc||Sound and Music Processing||Weight: 0.34|
|Strategic, environmental and ethical issues||Unit ECTS: 4.00|
|G||T3E||Environmental transition and business ethics||Weight: 0.50|
|Fundamental in Computing||Unit ECTS: 12.50|
|T||BasicOS||Fundamentals in Operating Systems||Weight: 0.20|
|T||ComProg||Computer Programming||Weight: 0.40|
|T||IntroArchi||Introduction to Computer architecture||Weight: 0.20|
|T||IntroNet_1||Introduction to Computer Networking and the Internet 1||Weight: 0.20|
|Project S5||Unit ECTS: 5.00|
|T||ProjS5||Project S5||Weight: 1.00|
|Language||Unit ECTS: 1.00|
|Semester projet (100h)||Unit ECTS: 5.00|
Supervised Semester Projects are based on real-case studies of industrial relevance. They combine a blend of theoretical and practical work (developing new prototypes and tools, testing new technologies, assessing current systems and solutions…). Students can work individually or in group of 2/3. The expected workload is 100 hours of individual work per semester. A defense is organized at the end of each semester. Projects provide students with hands-on skills by allowing them to put concepts into practice.
Semester 6 March - June
|Computing and Networks||Unit ECTS: 7.50|
|T||DataBase||Introduction to Databases||Weight: 0.34|
|T||IntroNet_2||Introduction aux réseaux informatiques et Internet 2||Weight: 0.34|
|T||IntroSec||Introduction to Cybersecurity||Weight: 0.34|
|Engineering practice||Unit ECTS: 7.00|
|T||Metiers||Découverte des métiers du numérique||Weight: 0.30|
|T||Proj-S6||Projet étudiant S6||Weight: 0.70|
|Innovation and geopolitics||Unit ECTS: 4.00|
|G||Let's-Innov||Innover: Pourquoi? Comment?||Weight: 0.50|
|Internship discovery professional world||Unit ECTS: 3.00|
|T||Stage_DMP||Internship discovery professional world||Weight: 1.00|
|Mathematics for engineers||Unit ECTS: 7.50|
|T||InfoTheo||Information Theory||Weight: 0.67|
|T||IntroSTAT||Introduction to statistics||Weight: 0.34|
|Language||Unit ECTS: 1.00|