• ECE Paris
    37, Quai de Grenelle
    75015 PARIS, FRANCE

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

    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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Double Degree Program
Long-term programs

Double-degree students are accepted into the specific double degree programs by ECE Paris and the partner institution. The students obtain the Master’s degree from ECE Paris and a degree from the partner institution. In order to obtain the ECE Paris Master’s degree (the French Engineer title), the students must spend at least three consecutive semesters at ECE Paris. Most double degree students spend 2 years (4  semesters) at ECE Paris in order to complete their internship semester and the final project.


Depending on the agreement, double degree students verse the tuition fees to their home universities.  Some agreements oblige the students to verse the tuition fees to ECE Paris directly for the duration of the program at ECE Paris.   The healthcare cover and association fees are to be paid to ECE Paris directly by the students and the accommodation costs are settled directly with the Residences or landlords.

ECE Paris is a member of INSEEC U.

INSEEC U. is the leading French Group in private higher education with International campuses ; in San Francisco, London, Shanghai, Monaco and Geneva.


23 500 Students
9 campuses
and abroad
More than 50 jobs

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