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Studying in France - undergraduate level

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Presentation and objectives

Engineers today are not only conceiving and deploying new technologies internationally, they also create the world of tomorrow.

In order for our future engineers to better grasp and face the challenges ahead, ESME Sudria’s International Track undergraduate program provides students with the technical and scientific knowledge required to establish successful relationships with their international counterparts and peers.
In addition, through its many subjects taught by industry professionals and top academic faculty, the International Track undergraduate program also offers a solid understanding of contemporary global issues.


The ESME Sudria teaching and learning methods

  • Multi-disciplinary curriculum involving a balanced science and engineering coursework (lectures, practical laboratory work and projects), management skills and industrial know-how
  • Project-based learning

Assessment Method

  • Continuous assessment
  • Final examinations

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Who can apply?

Applicants must have a high school diploma completed at least one year of study in their institution of origin in the field of Science and Technology and meet the program requirements. Students are welcome to participate in this program as exchange students or as free-movers. The program is fully taught in English CECRL B2 – IELTS 6 (proof of English proficiency is required).

How to apply ?

Before applying, make sure you meet the program application requirements. Fill out the online application form below and send the admission documents to .

Special rules apply to exchange students who are part of an established program (Erasmus, Bilateral Agreements, etc.). Contact the International Office at your home institution if you are interested in being an exchange student.

Application deadline

  • Spring semester : November 15th
  • Fall semester: May 30th
  • Late applications may be considered.

Application documents:

Once you have filled out the online application form, please send the admission documents to :

  • Resume in English
  • Academic transcripts
  • Cover letter
  • Copy of passport
  • Proof of English CECRL B2 – IELTS 6

Contact information:

We are here to help! If you have any questions, please contact:

  • Mrs Mélissa Hamitouche, International Coordinator (Europe and Americas):
  • Mrs Sarah Campistron, International Coordinator (Asia and Oceania):

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Exchange student from Mauá Institute of Technology (Brazil) - Spring & Fall Semester 2018

As an exchange student at ESME Sudria, I had the chance to follow interesting classes taught by skillful teachers especially in IoT and Smart Cities. When I arrived in France, I did not speak a word of French but thanks to language classes taught at ESME, I am now able to have a basic conversation in French!
Merci l’ESME!

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