Welcome to the ECE!
Because no two students are alike, we have set up a personalized study program that offers 1001 possible paths. It’s up to you to combine the Majors and Minors with the in-depth options and projects of the school. In the Bachelor’s program, you can also juggle between the specializations offered, the projects, the possibility of doing a work-study program or internships, and the possibility of continuing your studies… You build your ideal path. What ECE offers you is a professional and human adventure freely chosen in a generalist and high-tech educational framework.
The forces of the ECE !
Come and build YOUR path. Don’t choose an engineering school. Choose YOUR engineering school.
Customisation of the course
Each student is free to choose his or her course of study according to his or her tastes, personal aptitudes and career plans.
The teaching teams listen to the students. They multiply the opportunities for exchanges to reinforce and deepen the acquired knowledge
Innovative teaching by carrying out concrete projects in contact with companies
A rich student experience
A rich and supervised community life that develops skills around a solid experience
Modern campuses in city centres
High-tech campuses still located in the heart of urban areas
A multi-programme school
Future engineers, future experts and future technicians meet and set up projects together
Membership of a multidisciplinary group
The ECE belongs to the OMNES Education Group, with its 12 schools, thus allowing synergies between the 10,000 students of the Group
An important network of companies
Nearly 800 partner companies with highly sought after student profiles
Many double degrees
Double competence via almost 100 possible double degrees in France or abroad
Une ouverture importante sur l’international
An important opening on the international scene
A century-old school.
The school was founded in 1919 in Paris, under the name ofEcole Centrale de TSF (Wireless Telegraphy), in the aftermath of the First World War, under the impetus of a young naval officer, Eugène Poirot.
The former radio operator, a visionary, took the gamble of opening a school entirely dedicated to the teaching of a technology that was in its infancy at the time, but which he believed to be essential to future means of communication. His intuition is confirmed.
The ECTSF will train battalions of civilian radio operators, for the RTF and then the ORTF, and military operators, who will be sent to all continents, from Oceania to Asia, on land, at sea and in the air.
In 1939, the television was already being studied and in 1959, the transistor!