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    ECE Paris Master’s degree is accredited by the CTI Comission des Titres d’Ingénieurs (Engineering Education Commission), by the European Research Council (erc) and by the french ministry of higher education and research.

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Erasmus+

BEING AN ERASMUS + OR AN EXCHANGE STUDENT AT ECE

 

Why study in Paris?

o Paris is a centrally located city, at the crossroads of Southern and Northern Europe. It is only 2 hours away from London, Madrid and Berlin.

o Paris was consecutively ranked Top Best Student City by QS between 2012 and 2016.

o With more than 170 museums, 3 opera houses, 208 theatres and 84 cinemas, Paris offers a rich cultural life and is home to some of Europe’s most famous landmarks and monuments.

o French is still the language of diplomacy and one of the official languages of the United Nations.

o French cuisine is amongst the most beloved in the world.

 

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Top 5 reasons to join ECE

o A high-tech campus in the heart of Paris, located 800 meters away from the Eiffel Tower

o 100 years of expertise in Science and Technology

o Engineering degree (‘Titre d’Ingénieur’) accredited by the French Ministry of Higher Education & o Research and the French Engineering Accreditation Commission (CTI)

o An innovative teaching approach focused on the evolution of the job market and the needs of the industry

o Member of the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles (CGE), the elite association of French business & engineering schools, Campus France and Erasmus+ and the Consortium of International Double Degrees (CIDD).

 

 

ERASMUS + and Exchange Students

o Exchange students from partner University and Erasmus + students have the opportunity to complete a semester at ECE, in the offered 6 Majors below.

o A semester is worth 30 ects credits

o  For more details about nomination and application, you can download the factsheet

 

 

Programs offered to Erasmus + and Exchange students

Option 1 :

Come and study with us for a semester at the undergraduate level – either in Fall (September > December) or in Spring (January > June)

 

Bachelor level – 3rd year of studies

French speaking students have the opportunity to apply for the 3rd year of studies (Bachelor).

 

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Option 2 :

Come and study with us for a semester or a year at the master’s level!

o Energy & Environment (ENG or FR)

o Embedded Systems (ENG or FR)

o Information Systems (ENG or FR)

o Quantitative Finance (FR only)

o IoT (FR only)

o Health & Technology (FR only)

 

Our 6 Majors – Master 1 Level:

For more information on courses, click on the Major!

QUANTITATIVE FINANCE

CONNECTED THINGS

HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY

ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT

INFORMATION SYSTEMS

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

 

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Option 3 : Come and do a research project in one of our research groups

3 research groups* :

o Intelligent communicating systems

o Nanoscience and nanotechnology for life science and energy

o Mathematics for Engineering

* Subject to availability

 

OUR LaNGUAGE POLICY

Linguistic preparation of incoming students:

Students entering the master cycle, have the choice according to the major between a course entirely taught in English (international section) or fully taught in French.

They benefit from French as a Foreign Language course provided within our institution during the two years of the master cycle (several hours each week depending on the level and an intensive back to school seminar on 15 days in early September in the second year).

The teaching of French as a foreign language is developed to meet the requirement of intercultural openness, adaptation to new information and communication technologies (NICT), and the analysis of professional practices, with, as central axis, communication. All European levels are scanned in the different courses that students join after a written and oral level test. In addition to a face-to-face program to integrate into French-speaking countries, to be autonomous and then professionally successful, each one follows a personalized distance learning path with regular checks to prepare for certifications such as the TCF that the school is authorized to deliver.

 

 

Support

All the international students are supported by the International Relations team and the ECE International student association.

 

Here is a list of support services offered to incoming students:

o Assistance with visa procedures before leaving and administrative procedures and making appointments to obtain the residence permit or residence card from the OFII within the first 3 months after arrival: Before arrival and during In the first few months, the International Relations Department advises and helps the students to compile their file and to prepare their meeting with the French authorities.

o Assistance in finding accommodation and in the constitution of the CAF file: Students can be put in touch with partner residences or structures offering housing solutions. Nevertheless, ECE cannot guarantee housing! ECE also helps students complete their housing assistance file.   

o The Orientation Day is organized at the beginning of the curriculum, which includes support for integration, including the buddy contact by specialty to each student.  

o Help for the administrative procedures for an opening of an account at the bank, the subscription of an insurance and the affiliation social security. 

o Cultural events offered throughout the year by the student association ECE International: for example, students are invited to participate in a trip to another city or to the theater, and other activities to get familiar with French culture and meet new international/ French students.

o Student with a disability, within the meaning of Article L.114 of the Code of Social Action and Families, may benefit from a certain number of arrangements allowing him to follow his schooling in the best possible conditions. ECE as: 

o The benefit of any material conditions allowing easy access to premises (use of lifts), technical aids during lessons, …

o An adaptation of the exams conditions, and possibly an exemption of certain tests.

o A layout of the curriculum 

o The non-obligation of attendance

o Spreading the duration of studies 

o A layout of the timetable

o Support for access to the associative life of the school

o Listening and individualized follow-up of their referent

o Special support for research internships

o Students with disability meets his pedagogical referent to see with him the necessary facilities for the conduct of the student’s schooling and exams. The adapted facilities will be decided by the Academic Department, on the proposal of the student’s referent.

 

OUR ERASMUS + STRATEGY

Participation of ECE in the Erasmus+ program for higher education 2014-2020 should contribute to the modernization and internationalization of our institution. Indeed, the increased structuring of the proposed curricula induced by our participation in this program, the incentives to the good operating practices recommended to participate as well as our integration in one or more alliance (s) of knowledge opening new opportunities to future researchers, should take part in raising the level of qualifications in higher education.

The use of digital resources facilitated by the strategic partnerships we envision, and the on-line language training tools that are expected to be available in the cycle that will open in 2014, will increase the quality and relevance of the program provided by ECE. The funding support for the mobilities that the program will propose, and the international cooperation that it will strengthen for our establishment, should be part of a quality improvement approach.

 

 

EUROPEAN CREDIT TRANSFER SYSTEM

Our outgoing students usually leave for one semester and are therefore asked to obtain 30 ECTS credits during their stay. The distribution of these credits between the various units of the chosen courses is described with precision in the contract of study peculiar to this period, and is the subject of a meticulous examination by their pedagogical director to be accepted. The validation of all these course units, according to the validation thresholds practiced by their host institution, allows the students of ECE, on their return, to acquire the ECTS credits attributed to their experience at the university.

 

Explanatory note for ECTS credits and grades.

 

The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) is a student-centered system, based on the workload to be performed by the student, in order to achieve the objectives of the program, which are defined in terms of final knowledge and skills to acquire. Its aim is therefore to create a European area of ​​education by respecting the educational system of each state, to facilitate international exchanges. Indeed, ECTS facilitates the reading and the comparison of study programs for all students, both local and foreign. It also facilitates mobility and academic recognition.

This transcript of records contains a translation of the scoring implemented at the Ecole Centrale d’Electronique in ECTS credits and ECTS grades.

The credits represent, in the form of a numerical value, the total amount of work that the student is supposed to provide (supervised work, but also personal work). ECTS is based on the convention that the work to be provided by a full-time student during a university year corresponds to 60 credits.

 

ECTS grades are split as follows:

 

Grades

% of successful students with this grade

Definition

A

10

EXCELLENT: remarkable result, with only minor deficiencies

B

25

VERY GOOD: above-average result, despite some

deficiencies

C

30

GOOD: generally good work, despite a number of notable deficiencies

 

D

 

25

SATISFACTORY: decent work, but with significant gaps

 

E

 

10

 

FAIR: the result meets the minimum criteria

 

FX

 

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INSUFFICIENT, but retake exams are allowed

 

F

 

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VERY INSUFFICIENT, retake exams are not allowed

 

Grades A, B, C, D and E relate only to successful students, who then obtain the relevant credits, in accordance with the admission procedures as defined in the evolution process. These 5 grades make it possible to have not only a qualitative assessment of the student’s work, but also an indication of their ranking within the group.

For outgoing students, any study or teaching mobility is carried out systematically with institutions with whom an interinstitutional agreement has been previously signed. The internships do not give rise to an interinstitutional agreement with the companies concerned, but the signature of the Erasmus-based agreements serves as the basis: they are established in coherence with the previously formalized documents, which are the subject of an administrative validation on the one hand and educational on the other hand, to ensure compliance with the quality requirements requested by ECE.

For incoming students, the results obtained are sent to them and to home institution through an English version of the transcripts, on which appear for each module, the grade of the student, the credits ECTS related to it, as well as the grade obtained. On the back of the transcripts, an explanatory note details the functioning of credits and grades in the ECTS framework.

 

For more information, please contact international@ece.fr

 

Our Erasmus + charter 2014-2020

 

 

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