An important French Engineering School, Supélec is a benchmark in the field of information and energy sciences. It constitutes a privileged pathway leading to all economic sectors.
On an international level, Supélec can be compared to the most prestigious'Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Departments of the major European and American Universities. The quality of the engineers who earn their diplomas here each year is recognised world-wide. The main part of recruitment is made through a competitive examination which is held following the completion of the 'Classes Préparatoires', along with recruitment through academic qualifications, of French or foreign students.
Engineer training constitutes the main mission of the School. It lasts three years, after two to four years of post-baccalaureate training. The School also proposes several post-graduate and doctoral training programs.
Training programs offered are:
The ECTS System
ECTS, the English acronym for the European Credit Transfer System, is set up with the objective of promoting academic recognition of studies carried out in a foreign country. It is above all a methodology which will facilitate the taking into account of the students’ academic results thanks to the use of evaluation standards identical for all - credits and marks - as well as by improved comprehension of the postsecondary national systems.
Percentage of students admitted
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First & Second Year:
For each core curriculum module (excluding projects) 4 ECTS credits are attributed if it is associated with laboratory studies, and 3 in all other cases. The elective modules (excluding foreign languages and APS) each represent 2 ECTS credits. Each project represents 4 ECTS credits. Finally, each half-module of foreign language (corresponding to 7 time slots of 90 minutes) represents an ECTS credit. One year is complet with 60 ECTS credits.
The third year consists of:
- "Major" for 12 ECTS credits,
- "Minors" courses for 12 ECTS credits (each course represents 2 ECTS Credits),
- "Laboratory work" for 12 ECTS credits,
- "Foreign Languages" for 2 ECTS credits each course
- "Seminar" for 2 ECTS credits
- "End of Studies Training Period" for 20 ECTS credits (one third of the academic year)
|Mark greater than or equal to 16 gives the level|
|Mark between 14 to 16 gives the level|
|Mark between 12 to 14 gives the level|
|Mark between 10 to 12 gives the level|
Mark under 10 gives the level