Presentation and objectives
Today, Internet of Things (IoT) is the major driver of growth in the telecommunications market.
Smart devices have become innovation enablers in all industrial fields (transportation, energy, surveillance, industrial logistics, agriculture, healthcare, consumer electronics).
These numerous options mean that companies developing products and services are making important strategic decisions combining their prediction of how markets will evolve and how they will meet this evolution through IoT. As a consequence, the demand of competences in this new and evolving landscape is increasing.
The Smart Cities and Urban IoT program graduates engineers with technical expertise in the IoT infrastructures (licensed and unlicensed connectivity), networking, cybersecurity and data science, as well as with a developed sense of the value chain of IoT and data, and of the opportunity and challenges that they represent.
Pre-requisites to join the program
A Bachelor-degree or equivalent in related fields
Proven knowledge in the following fields:
- Introduction to computer networks (TCP/IP networks)
- Coding (any language)
- Signal processing
- Introduction to digital communications (optional but strongly recommended)
- Linux Operating System
Abdulhalim DANDOUSH – Head of department – Computing, Modelling & Digital technologies
Or contact directly International Office :
- Cover letter
- Passport copy
Online application deadlines:
- May 30th for admission in September.
- November 15th for admission in February.
- We recommend that international students apply as early as possible.
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.