A wide range of exchange programs are available to foreign students, according to their level of studies :
Supélec has adopted the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). Students from partner universities can study either 1st or 2nd year classes for a certain period (one or two semesters) or work on a project in one of Supélec's laboratories. The results obtained during their stay are tranferred to their home university. Students should apply through the international relations department of their home university.
For more information about courses proposed during the first and second year of education in our school, please click on our Academic Affairs pages.
We suggest to students looking for a project at Supélec to have a look at our laboratories webpages and take contact if necessary with the responsables of the labs they are interested in.
Undergraduate / Graduate program
Foreign students from partner universities with at least two years of higher education can enter Supélec in the first year of engineering studies and study for two years after which they will return to their home institutions to complete their master level studies. They are awarded the Diplôme d'Ingénieur de l'Ecole Supérieure d'Electricité when they graduate from their home university.
Foreign students with at least three years of higher education can enter Supélec in second year and study for two years to be awarded the Diplôme d'Ingénieur de L'Ecole Supérieure d'Electricité (5 years of higher education).
Foreign students can apply for admission into one of the 16 Master programs proposed by Supélec. In this case, they will be awarded the Master of Research degree from Supélec after one year of study.
Students must meet the following admission requirements :
1. hold a Bachelor's degree at the end of the current academic year
2. have completed at least four year of higher education studies
Supélec awards specialisation diplomas in all its major fields of activities. The postgraduate syllabus corresponds to that followed by the engineering students completing their final year: 6 months of classwork, design, laboratory and project work followed by an industrial placement. Students must hold a master levem degree in order to apply.
English-Taught Courses (Gif campus only):
Most of the core courses taught in 1st and 2nd year of engineering program can be attended in English. Double degree students can apply for an English-taught pathway for one single year only. Free French courses (as Foreign Language) are given to foreign students for the duration of their stay at Supélec in order to give them the necessary skills to attend French-taught courses during their second academic year in our school.
Two of the proposed Master's degrees programs are also provided in English :
- Advance Wireless Communication Systems (SAR)
- "Nuclear Energy"
Information about available grants here
Last update : 10/04/2015