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    37, Quai de Grenelle
    75015 PARIS, FRANCE

    Phone: +33 (0)1 82 53 98 90

    www.ece.fr - international@ece.fr

    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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Project-Based Teaching

Carry out experiments in project mode

The 2 year Master’s program at ECE Paris is punctuated by projects with the same requirements as those encountered in the workplace with strict rules and deadlines, interim reviews and final presentation with a dissertation. Recruiters see this as a valuable experience. It may take the form of a PPE or a PFE.

 

Multidisciplinary Team Project (PPE)

7 months (September to April) 1st year of the Master’s program

Innovative project centered on a multidisciplinary subject. The PPE meets a dual challenge: the ability to build a genuine team project and to ensure its technical implementation.

 

Thesis Project (PFE)

5 months (September to January) 2nd year of the Master’s Program

Crowning achievement of the ECE Paris Engineering curriculum, the thesis project truly integrates the student’s work with the professional world.
Through a high value-added project, students assert themselves as future engineers.

 

The VPE: Valorisation of Student Projects

Government support is provided through the Investments for the Future Program and carries the IDEFI label. The Valorisation of Student Projects is one of the cornerstones of the innovative pedagogy that has singled out ECE Paris.

This program helps ECE Paris establish relationships with other institutions of higher education, national laboratories, and industry. Theses genuine engineering projects are of a sufficiently professional level to be acknowledged and put to use as tangible and innovative contributions to the scientific, economic and industrial community.

 

Students have the choice between six approaches:

  • Innovation in partnership with a company or a research laboratory
  • Contribution to the world of open source software
  • Participation in a national or international competition
  • Publication or presentation at an international conference
  • Filing of a patent (the intellectual property belongs to the students)
  • Create a start-up