Students in preparatory classes
Preparatory classes for Grandes Ecoles. Special Mathematics: Math-Physics, Physics-Chemistry, Engineering Physics and Sciences, Physics-Technology, Industrial Sciences and Technology.
“Mines-Ponts” joint competitive entrance exam for ten French Grandes Écoles.
Two Télécom Paris programs:
- Places available for the Paris program: 115
- Places available for the Sophia Antipolis program: 35
Secretary General for the Joint Competitive Entrance Exam
Tel: +33 (0)1 45 81 72 72
Students completing university technical degrees (DUT)
Apply to Télécom Paris’s engineering program through university admission and complete the program in three years. Students with the following specializations are encouraged to apply: Electrical Engineering and Industrial Computing, Physical Measurements, Networks & Telecommunications
Admissions for students completing university technical degrees
Students enrolled in the third year of a scientific Bachelor’s degree
Apply to Télécom Paris’s engineering program through university admission and complete the program in three years.
Admissions for students enrolled in the third year of a Bachelor’s degree
Students enrolled in the first year of a Scientific Master’s degree
Apply to Télécom Paris’s engineering program through university admission, and complete the program in two years.
Admissions for students enrolled in the first year of a Master’s degree
Third-year students at École Polytechnique
Enroll at Télécom Paris by completing your fourth year of École Polytechnique through the dual degree program, a three-semester program, or enroll at Télécom Paris as an engineering student for a three-year program.
Are you a student at a foreign university? Apply to Télécom Paris’s engineering program! Students usually enroll through inter-institutional partnerships, some of which lead to a dual degree.
The standard duration for the training program is two years (you therefore enroll directly in the 2nd year). Some dual degree partnerships have a duration of 18 months (you therefore enroll directly in the 3rd year).
Students may also apply as non-degree students, exclusively through inter-institutional partnerships. In particular, European students benefit from the Erasmus program.