Public School of Engineering within the Université de Lorraine (Lorraine University), the Ecole Supérieure d'Informatique et
Applications de Lorraine (School of Engineering in Information Technology)
issues a degree recognised by the Commission
des Titres d'Ingénieur (CTI - Engineer Qualification Committee). TELECOM Nancy is a school associated to the Institut Mines-Télécom.
Over a 3-year period, it trains engineers in IT and digital sciences and technologies.
Recruitment takes places as from BAC + 2, equivalent to 2 years of post A-Level study (main recruitment - enrolment into the 1st year) and BAC + 4, equivalent to a post-graduate degree (enrolment into the 2nd year).
TELECOM Nancy is a school supporting the Télécom INTcompetitive examination, a member of the Banque Mines-Ponts for the recruitment of CPGE MP, PC and PSI, the Banque PT for the recruitment of CPGE PT and the Centrale Supélec competitive examination for the recruitment of CPGE TSI.
This is a 3-year course comprising:
- 3 semesters of general training (a significant part of which is dedicated to economic, social and human sciences and foreign languages),
- 3 semesters of specialisation
4 specialisations are offered to students from the 2nd year of study:
- Software Engineering
- Business Information Systems
- Telecommunications, Networks and Services
- Embedded Software
the school’s video (duration:
approx. 2:30 min)