- Candidates must be :
Holder of an engineering degree authorised by the Commission des titres d’ingénieur (Bac+5), or
- Holder of a diploma from a business or management school authorised to award a Master’s degree (Bac+5), or
- Holder of university diplomas at Master M2 level (ex DEA or DESS, Bac+5), or
- Holder of a university degree at M1 or Master’s level (Bac+4) and three years’ professional experience, or
- Holder of foreign diplomas of equivalent level.
- Administration fees 150 €.
- 19250 € for professionals, students and job seekers
Step 1: Building the file
Applications can only be submitted online. Candidates must download all the documents in their file in digital format via the application site.
Step 2: Individual interviews
If his or her application is selected, the candidate is invited to a telephone interview conducted by the head of the Specialized Master’s degree or his or her representative. The purpose of this interview is to get to know the candidate better, to assess his or her professional objective, to understand his or her motivations and to validate the suitability of the Specialized Master’s programme. If the interview is conclusive, the candidate is then eligible and his/her file is presented to the jury.
4 application sessions each year
Session 1 :
- Deadline for submission of applications: 03 February 2020
- Announcement of admissions : 03 March 2020
Session 2 :
- Deadline for submission: 23 March 2020
- Announcement of admissions: 28 April 2020
Session 3 :
- Deadline for submission of applications: 25 May 2020
- Announcement of admissions: 30 June 2020
Session 4 :
- Deadline for submission of applications: 24 August 2020
- Announcement of admissions: 2 September 2020
Session 5 :
- Deadline for submission of applications: 17 September 2020
- Announcement of admissions: 24 September 2020
The next school year will start in September/October 2020.
Admission is decided by a jury
Four juries are held throughout the year to review eligible files.
Candidates are informed of the jury’s response personally by e-mail. Admitted candidates are given priority registration for 10 days, which guarantees them a place in the course.
Are you a foreign student? Registering for the first or second jury allows you to anticipate the time needed to obtain visas
Financing of training courses
(Law for the freedom to choose one’s professional future of September 5, 2018)
Regardless of the method of financing envisaged, it is necessary to first request a quote from the assistant in charge of the administrative and commercial coordination of your Specialized Master’s degree.
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The Personal Training Account – CPF
The personal training account (CPF) allows employees (excluding public officials) and job seekers to accumulate €500 per year with a maximum ceiling of €5,000.
You can only mobilise your CPF with the CPF mobile application that you need to download.
At the moment, here are our eligible training courses registered with the RNCP :
Specialized Master ® Digital Enterprise Architect
Specialized Master ® Manager of Information Systems
Specialized Master ® Network and Cybersecurity Architect
The EDOF mobile application allows you to use your CPF fees to finance part of the cost of the training, once you have been admitted.
For all information concerning financing, we invite you to consult the CEP (Conseil en Évolution Professionnelle) advisors in the first instance.
The Professionalisation Contract
(only for part-time Specialized Masters® registered with the RNCP)
For students under the age of 26 and persons registered with Pôle Emploi without age limit: the professionalization contract is a work-study contract between a private sector employer and an employee meeting certain criteria.
We have a professionalization contract kit at your disposal for companies considering recruiting you.
The CPF for professional transition
With the CPF de transition professionnelle, the employee can request the coverage of a training action intended to change occupation or profession within the framework of a professional transition project (PTP). He can benefit from specific leave if the training is carried out, in whole or in part, during working time.
For more information, contact your local Transitions Pro office; for Île-de-France: www.transitionspro-idf.fr/le-cpf-de-transition-professionnelle-.
In partnership with Télécom Paris, BNP Paribas offers low-interest loans to Specialised Masters students. Students from Morocco and Tunisia can also benefit from offers from partner banks: BMCI and UBCI.
Contact us for more information: email@example.com
Registered with Pôle Emploi
For people registered with Pôle Emploi, it is possible to benefit from a training application authorisation which allows them to continue to receive unemployment benefits for the duration of the training. This request must be made at least 3 weeks before the start of the training course to your advisor. The assistant in charge of the chosen Specialised Masters ® can, on your request, download the estimate from your space on the Pôle Emploi website.
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