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Electrical Engineering

In order to apply to one of the programmes of the master, please select the programme you are interested in under the "Year 1 & 2 Master's programmes" tab.

Learning outcome targets

The primary aim of the course is to provide a solid foundation in all the fields of engineering sciences which relate to electronics, energy, automation, computer engineering, telecommunications and signal and image processing. English and general training courses are also offered.
Courses which start in the second semester allow students to gradually specialise in the fields of telecommunications, systems, information processing, micro-nanoelectronics and micro-nanotechnology, instrumentation, energy conversion and processing. In the 2nd year, courses aimed at research, employment and non-specific purposes give shape to the final degree.
Two courses are available which are entirely off-site. The Communication and data engineering course is taught in Hanoi in Vietnam in partnership with VNU-UET. The M2 higher education training in Computer Engineering, Signal Processing, Automation, Electronics and Telecommunication is available in Tunis in partnership with UFTAM and is an adapted program to complement initial training at the Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay.

Post-graduate profile

The employment rate six months after graduation is close to 90%. Over the course of three graduation years, 17 % of graduates chose to write a thesis in the field or in a related field. Direct entry into employment is also overwhelmingly at executive level (95%), in the private sector (95%), on permanent contracts (87%). The companies employing graduates are of all sizes: large (51.5 %), medium (30 %), small (17.5%), exceptionally micro (1%).

Transfer paths

Pre-specialisation units are built into the S2 that smoothly lead to transfer paths between study paths.


Academic partnerships

Institut Polytechnique de Paris
ECE Paris


Undergraduate degree in Electronics, electrical energy, automatic or equivalent for M1 level
Holders of an M1-level qualification in the field for entry into M2

Skills required within the Field of Study :
  • Build knowledge with a scientific approach

  • Become informed and carry out research on a scientific issue by knowing how to identify relevant sources of information

  • Gain in-depth knowledge of a field of electrical engineering and its applications.

  • Specify, design, build and test all or part of a complex system

  • Adapt to a new environment, work as a team and collaborate to achieve common goals

  • Summarise and communicate effectively in two languages including English

Liste M1 et M2

Master 2