Aerospace Education Catalogue

Ingénieur Télécom Paris

Course Details

Objectives: The first year

For students admitted in 1st year, the core curriculum is devoted to the indispensable knowledge bases (BCI). It takes place in Paris and lasts one year for students from the Common Competition, admitted them by university degree License, holders of a DUT, whether they chose the Campus Paris or Campus Sophia Antipolis.
The Cycle Master (2nd and 3rd years) - Campus Paris

The Cycle Master of the Campus Paris consists of 4 semesters, one of which is dedicated to the internship of engineer.

The courses of the Master Cycle are organized into teaching units (EU) structured into 2nd year courses and 3rd year options. Each channel opens up different options.

To these scientific teachings are added obligations in languages, human formation, general culture and law.
The Cycle Master (2nd and 3rd years) - Campus Sophia Antipolis, EURECOM

The Cycle Master of the Campus Sophia Antipolis at EURECOM consists of 4 semesters, one of which is dedicated to the end-of-study internship.

It operates on the basis of units of creditable value called "long modules" (42 hours - 4 credits) or "short modules" (21 hours - 2 credits). The catalog of courses is organized into five courses: Science and Data Engineering, Mobile Communications, Multimedia, Intelligent Objects, Security of Communication Systems.

Students must validate both technical courses, general education courses and language courses.

The last semester is devoted to the internship in an industrial environment that takes place abroad in the vast majority of cases.
Further training in 3rd year

Whether they choose the Campus Paris or the Campus Sophia-Antipolis, students can opt for alternative courses for the 3rd year of schooling.

Intended for: Students

Degree Level (EU) : 7 - (EQC level or equivalent)

Duration and terms: 6 semesters

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  • Engineering Sciences
  • Applications, Operations


  • 8 - Avionics and on-board Systems (embedded networks, sensors, instrumentation, etc.), Real-time Systems
  • 10 - Control Systems, Robotics, Guidance and Control, Autonomous Systems
  • 11 - Computer Science, Applied Mathematics, Modelling, Optimisation, Digital and Data Sciences, Big Data, Cryptography, Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence
  • 12 - Telecommunications, Networks, Information and Communications Technologies, Multimedia, Internet of Things, Teleservices
  • 16 - System Engineering, Product Assurance and Safety, Qualification/Testing, Validation & Verification, Metrology, Certification