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An engineering school with an international dimension

The formation is made in an international context with a wide range of opportunities for mobility.

Disposals :

  • Two compulsory foreign languages,at least one of which must be English.
  • Second foreign language selected among German, Spanish, Chinese and Japanese.
  • Opportunity to study a third optional foreign language among more than 25 languages in association with the University of Strasbourg.
  • Abroad internship, at least 3 months, at University or in a company.

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  • Opportunity of following a full year abroad, in the form of a gap year or 3rd year of the engineer cycle at a partner institution :
    • China : Wuhan Huazong University of Science and Technology
    • Brazil
    • Canada (Québec) Montréal
    • USA Chicago Illinois Institute of Technology
  • Classes associated with the master taught in English
  • Erasmus:
    • Germany : Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
    • Belgium : Liège
    • Italia : Cagliari

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<panel type=“primary” title=“Interships”> Here is a world map placing the internships of all graduating classes. For more details, click on the map.

Participating in the Atlantis program at Strasbourg is one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. Télécom Physique Strasbourg is in a lovely campus located in Illkirch. The classes taught there are typically much smaller than auditorium sized classes you typically see at a public university like the University of Houston. The teachers there are very helpful and put effort into their courses. One cool thing about TPS is that it hasn’t fallen victim to the textbook industry and you won’t be obliged to buy an expensive textbook for each class. Instead, the professors provide you with their personally designed course notes of everything they want you to learn. The education one receives at TPS is definitely world class.”
William Riefenburgh, American Student (University of Houston, TX, USA) in Telecom-Physique- Strasbourg, MSc IRIV path Automatic-Robotics, 2013. </panel>

version_anglaise_international.txt · Dernière modification: 2020/10/21 11:27 (modification externe)