Applying as a full-time student

1st and 2nd Year

Admission requirements based on qualifications

Applications must be submitted to the school by May 25th at the latest.

Admission is decided upon by a committee after examination and ranking of the applications.

The results of the admission committee will be posted online at the end of June and confirmed by mail at the beginning of July.

 

Application period: 15th March to 25th May 2019

 

Terms and Conditions and Financial Assistance

The 2019 - 2020 fees will be announced soon.

The enrollment fee is fixed annually by the French Ministry of Education.

Possibility of payment in three installments.

 

 

Distribution of fees

Tuition fees

• Engineering cycle: Not known

 

Health

• Student Social Security is free since the beginning of the 2018 school year, more info here

Scholarship holders are exempt from university fees.

Applying as an apprentice

1st Year

Important note: For administrative reasons, the titles of the courses on the enrollment website are still the former titles: 

- "Computer Science and Networks" corresponds to the new course "Computer Science and Telecommunications

- "Electronics and Electrical Engineering" corresponds to the new course "Electronics, Electrical Energy & Automation" 

- "Fluid Mechanics" corresponds to the new course "Fluid Mechanics, Energetics & Environment"

 

Application period

28th January 2019 to 8th April 2019

Click here for more information on apprenticeship schemes 

 

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Applying for a Advanced Master's degree

Satellite Communications Systems - SatCom

Admission requirements

Applicants holding either:

- a Master's degree or equivalent in Science or Engineering
- a Bachelor's degree with at least 3 years of professional experience

 

English proficiency:

Adequate command of spoken and written English is required for admission.


Language qualification is requested:

TOEFL (paper-based): 550,
TOEFL (IBT): 79, TOEIC: 750, IELTS: 6.0.

Except if the applicant’s first language is English or if their Bachelor's or Master's degree was taught entirely through the medium of English.

Application

Application period 15th March 2019 to 25th May 2019

 

Applications must reach the school no later than 25th May 2019.

Apply

 

For application in English please contact the head of program Marie-Laure Boucheret (marie-laure.boucheret @ enseeiht.fr)

 

Application fees: 67 euros (non-refundable).

Tuition fees

Non-EU citizens: €12,500.
French and EU citizens: €7,500.

 

Data Security

Admission requirements

Full-time study

The Advanced Master's degrees are open to applications based on qualifications, space permitting, to those who hold:


- A Master's degree
- A four-year Bachelor degree or equivalent with honors

 

Any student who has not been employed and has not interrupted his or her studies for more than one year can apply to be a full-time student.

Tuition fees: €4,410

 Continuing Education

You are already in the workplace or looking for a job and want to enrich your skills, change career path, or respond to the needs of your company.


The Advanced Master's degrees are intended for:

- engineers

and by way of derogation:

- applicants who hold a four-year Bachelor degree with three years of professional experience

- applicants who hold a two-year university diploma with five to ten years of validated professional experience (Validation des Acquis Professionnels).

Tuition fees: €12,000

Application

Application period: March 15th to May 25th, 2019

Applications must reach the school by May 25th, 2019 at the latest.
Apply

 

Big Data Valorization

Admission requirements

This Advanced Master's degree is aimed at holders of an engineering degree (5 years of third-level engineering studies) or a Master's degree or equivalent in Mathematics or Computer Science. The course will also be offered as a professional training contract.  

 

Students will be selected initially based on their individual applicant files, taking into consideration the results obtained in the 4th or 5th year of their third-level studies or equivalent.

 

The second phase may consist of an interview with a presentation of their professional project before a jury made up of teachers from the course and representatives of companies.

Application

Application forms are available on the INSA Toulouse website and on the INP-ENSEEIHT website (only one application to be submitted). 

Applications can be sent throughout the year.  

Terms and conditions and financial assistance

Students: €9,000

Salaried employees: €12,000

Applying for a Master's degree

Dynamic Fluids, Energy and Transfer

Admission requirements

Students with a Master's degree or equivalent can apply for the Master DET (Dynamic Fluids, Energy and Transfer) at Université Paul Sabatier.

 

Students wishing to register for this course as part of an exchange (Erasmus or school agreements) will find more information here.

 

N7 students in 3rd year MF2E (all options combined) can enroll in the Master’s degree in DET and graduate with a dual degree.  

 

Communication of results

  • Applications are examined by a selection committee
  • The results will be sent to the students by email and in the mail at the beginning of July.
  • Candidates must then take the necessary steps for their final admission.

 

Terms and conditions and financial assistance

Tuition fees 2019-2020

The enrollment fee is fixed annually by the French Ministry of Education. All fees must be paid on the day of enrollment at the beginning of the year. 

 

Classes begin mid-September

Enrollment as a dual diploma student at ENSEEIHT is €159.

Performance in Software, Media and Scientific Computing - PSMSC

Admission requirements

Students must have successfully completed at least 4 years of higher education before entering our PSMSC track. Applications are expected from students enrolled in/finishing their first year of master's (or alternatively from 2nd year engineering students).

Application calendar (2019)

Our track welcomes applications starting from February 2019. Applications will be examined by the end of June 2019 (first session) and August 2019 (second session). Courses will start mid-September 2019 at ENSEEIHT, downtown Toulouse.

Networks and Telecoms

Admission requirements

Students holding a diploma equivalent to 4 years of third-level study in an area related to the four courses offered by the training can apply for the Master's degree in Networks and Telecommunications.

Terms and conditions and financial assistance

Tuition fees 2019-2020

The enrollment fee is fixed annually by the French Ministry of Education.

All fees must be paid on the day of enrollment at the beginning of the year. 

Enrollment as a dual diploma student at ENSEEIHT is €159.

Ocean, Atmosphere and Climate Sciences

Admission requirements

Enrollment at Toulouse INP in the Master’s SOAC (Ocean, Atmosphere and Climate Sciences) is reserved for ENSEEIHT engineering students of the following options:

  • SEE (Water and Environment)
  • GE (Environmental Engineering)

 

Other students are invited to enroll at Université Paul Sabatier.  

Terms and conditions and financial assistance

Tuition fees 2019-2020

The enrollment fee is fixed annually by the French Ministry of Education.

All fees must be paid on the day of enrollment at the beginning of the year. 

Enrollment as a dual diploma student at ENSEEIHT is €159.

Electrical Energy, Conversion, Materials, Sustainable Development- E2CMD

Admission requirments

The following can apply for the Master 2 year of the option E2CMD (Electric energy, Conversion, Materials, Sustainable Development):

  • students who hold the Master 1 (option E2CMD);
  • ENSEEIHT students (3rd year, GEA track);
  • students on an exchange agreement between ENSEEIHT and another French institution;
  • students with a Master 1 in Electronics, Electrical Energy and/or Automation; 
  • native French-speaking international students coming from courses equivalent to this pathway.

Information for international students having applied on Campus France: There is no parallel enrollment procedure for you to do. Last updated on March 18, 2019

Apply for this Master's degree : 
You hold a  French  or  foreign diploma

 

The E2CMD pathway offers in Master 2 offers three specializations:

 

 

• EPAC: Power Electronics, Actuators and Control;

• GD2E: Sustainable Management of Electric Power;

• IPM: Integration of Power and Materials.      

 

In your cover letter, you must rank the three specializations in order of preference. Students will be placed in the specialization groups in order of merit, taking into account the size of the groups and the order of the choices of the selected candidates.  

In your cover letter, you may also specify the establishment in which you wish to enroll (Toulouse INP or University Paul Sabatier).

 

In all cases, regardless of the degree and establishment of origin or enrollment, admission to the Master 2 in E2CMD is determined by the admissions committee. If admitted, the committee will decide the establishment in which the enrollment will take place.

 

Enrollment fees

Tuition fees 2019-2020
Classical course

The enrollment fee is fixed annually by the French Ministry of Education.

All fees must be paid on the day of enrollment at the beginning of the year.  

MASTER alone: ​​not currently known. Enrollment in Master as 2nd degree: not currently known  

Scholarship students: all scholarship students in higher education or French government scholarship holders are exempt from university fees. When enrolling, they will have to pay the sum of €5.10.

 

Optional rights

"Student life pass": €40 (see the Toulouse INP website for more information)

 

Contact

The National Institute of Electrical engineering, Electronics, Computer science,Fluid mechanics & Telecommunications and Networks

2, rue Charles Camichel - BP 7122
31071 Toulouse Cedex 7, France

+33 (0)5 34 32 20 00

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