Telecom ParisTech, one of France's top five graduate engineering schools, is considered the leading French school of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). Here we prepare students to meet the challenges of tomorrow’s information society; to manage complexity, innovate, self-motivated and work in a multicultural context.
Telecom ParisTech offers a wide choice of electives in ICT (Computer Science, Networks, Communications, Electronic, Signal and Image Processing, Social and Human Sciences) together with the study of economic and social aspects associated with modern technology (Economics, Management, Entrepreneurship, 11 languages).
Students design their own master’s program and benefit from a high professor/student ratio (1/4). They develop strong relationships with our foreign students (55%) and during internships or studies abroad, in one of our 70 partner universities. Our graduates are currently employed in increasingly diverse industries and professions, in France and abroad.
Founded in 1878, Telecom ParisTech is continuously innovating: inventing the word “telecommunications”, hosting the first ICT incubator in France, developing high-level education connected with international research programs and industry.
Telecom ParisTech is part of the Institut Telecom (ICT University) and a founding member of ParisTech (Science and Technology University). Composed of twelve French Engineering and Business Schools, ParisTech is classed among the top 20 universities in the world.
A school of excellence, at the forefront of innovation
When you choose Telecom ParisTech you enter the world of information and communication sciences and technologies. Our school trains engineers to be able to meet the new challenges of the information society. You will go straight to key positions in industry that call for operational, relational and managerial skills.
Indirect contact with business
Beginning in the first year, you will spend a four to eight week immersion period in a business or a non-profit organization. One semester in your final year is devoted to an internship as an engineer. You can also opt for a young engineer year. This internship enables you to acquire real experience of working in the industry. It will be an opportunity to build, present, develop and complete a solution to meet the demands of the enterprise. Internships can be in France or abroad.