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Graduate School Engineering and Systems Sciences

The Graduate School offers master's and doctoral level courses in engineering sciences and related digital sciences in a unique ecosystem that brings together academic centers and industrial partners within the same territory. 

Key figures

The master's program has:

  • more than 1500 Master students
  • ten specialization tracks: Performance Computing and Computer Simulation - Electronics, Electrical Energy, Automation - Energy - Ergonomics - Civil Engineering - Process and Bioprocess Engineering - Complex Systems Engineering - Nuclear Engineering - Mechanics - Materials Science and Engineering
  • 94 different paths of study (years 1 and 2), including 12 paths taught 100% in English
  • a professional integration rate of more than 90% one year after graduation
  • 13 institutions (Grandes Ecoles, constituent faculties and institutes, and national research organizations, etc.) located throughout the Ile de France region
  • 25% of Master's students on average that choose to pursue a Ph

The doctoral program has:

  • 600 PhD candidates graduated per year
  • More than 60 laboratories
  • 2800 researchers
  • 4 doctoral schools

Download the following documents to learn more about our course offerings in the Graduate School of Engineering and Systems Sciences.

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