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Télécom Paris
Logo telecomparisTech.png
MottoInnovate and foster entrepreneurship in a digital world
TypeFrench Grande École
Established1878
PresidentYves Poilane
Administrative staff
340
Students1400
Location,
48°49′35″N 2°20′45″E / 48.8263°N 2.3459°E / 48.8263; 2.3459Coordinates: 48°49′35″N 2°20′45″E / 48.8263°N 2.3459°E / 48.8263; 2.3459
CampusParis, Sophia Antipolis
AffiliationsInstitut Mines-Télécom, ParisTech, University of Paris-Saclay
Websitehttps://www.telecom-paris.fr/

Télécom Paris (also known as ENST or Télécom or École nationale supérieure des télécommunications or Télécom ParisTech) is one of the top French public institutions of higher education and research (Grandes Écoles) of engineering in France. Located in Paris, it is also a member of the ParisTech Group and the Institut Télécom.

In 1991, Télécom Paris and the EPFL collaborated and established a school named EURECOM located in Sophia-Antipolis. Students can now be admitted in two different curriculums, located either in the Paris or the Sophia-Antipolis campus.[1]

History[edit]

In 1845, Alphonse Foy, director of telegraphic lines, proposed a school specializing in telegraphy for Polytechnicians. However, his proposition was rejected. The school was founded on 12 July 1878 as the École professionnelle supérieure des postes et télégraphes (EPSPT). In 1912, the school's name was changed to École supérieure des postes et télégraphes (ESPT). In 1934, the ESPT moved to rue Barrault, in the 13th arrondissement of Paris. In 1938, the school was renamed École nationale supérieure des postes, télégraphes et téléphones (ENSPTT), and in the same year, the President of France, Albert Lebrun honored the school Legion of Honor. During the Second World War, in 1942, the school was divided into two schools: the ENSPTT and École nationale supérieure des télécommunications (ENST). The ENSPTT was closed on 31 December 2002. In 1971, the ENST passed under the direct guardianship of the Direction générale des télécommunications, and the development of telecommunications during this period drove the state to create two associate schools: the ENST Bretagne in 1977 in Brest, and the INT in 1979 at Évry. In 1992, the ENST, together with the EPFL, founded the EURECOM at Sophia-Antipolis. On 26 December 1996, the Groupe des Écoles des Télécommunications (GET) was established. It consists of a group of telecommunications schools including the ENST, the Télécom Bretagne, the Télécom SudParis, and EURECOM. On 21 September 2009, the school's name was changed to Télécom ParisTech.[2]

On June 1st, 2019, the school's name was again changed to Télécom Paris[3] after the formation of Institute Polytechtique de Paris [4].

Locations of Institut Télécom schools

Present[edit]

There are two ways to get admitted into Télécom Paris as an undergraduate student:[5]

  • Through a selective entrance examination (Concours Commun Mines Ponts) after at least two years of preparation in Classes préparatoires aux Grandes Écoles curriculum following high school
  • Through an application-based admission process for university students
    • After a scientific bachelor's degree (Mathematics, Physics, Mechanics, Computer science etc.)
    • After a DUT degree from a French university of technology

University students can also get admitted into Télécom Paris's Master of Science (MSc.) programme through an application-based admission process for university students from all over the world.

Télécom Paris is also one of the approved application schools for the École Polytechnique, making it possible for fourth-year students to complete their studies with a one-year specialization at Télécom Paris. Télécom Paris also provides education for the Corps des télécommunications.

Around 250 engineers graduate each year from Télécom Paris. Thirty to thirty-five percent of the graduates are foreign students coming from all over the world.[6] Specialization courses cover all aspects of computer science and communication engineering: Electronics, Signal processing, Software engineering, Networking, Economics, Finance etc.

Research at Télécom Paris[edit]

Research at Télécom Paris consists of:

  • Optimization and transmission of information
  • Improvements in Data processing
  • Microelectronics, such as FPGA and DSP systems
  • Image and Signal processing, wavelets
  • Artificial intelligence, data mining, distributed and real-time systems
  • User experience Design, Information visualisation and computer human interfaces

Télécom Paris has four departments:

  • The Department of Electronics and Communications: This laboratory consists of about one hundred researchers and teaching researchers (37 tenured) within 7 research groups
  • The Department of Computer Science and Networking
  • The Department of Signal and Image Processing
  • The Department of Economic and Social Sciences

These departments are associated with the CNRS through the "Interdisciplinary Institute for Innovation".[7]

Training for engineering degrees[edit]

  • First year - Multidisciplinary studies

For undergraduate students, the core curriculum, commonly referred to as tronc commun, consists of courses in most areas of science (Mathematics, Economics, applied Mathematics, Computer science, Physics, etc.), as well as compulsory courses in the humanities (foreign languages, social sciences, liberal arts, etc.)

Taking place in the Paris campus of Télécom Paris, this primary year of multidisciplinary studies is common to both Paris curriculum students and Sophia-Antipolis curriculum students; and is followed by a one or two month mandatory summer internship.

  • Second and Third Year - Specialization in Paris or at Sophia-Antipolis (at EURECOM)

Starting from their second year, students have to choose a specialization in which they'll receive in-depth courses and that will conclude their engineering curriculum. Based on 13 specialization tracks more than 120 courses,[8] these two years eventually unfold into a six-month internship through which the engineering student will acquire their first real professional experience.

Third year students can also choose to complete their studies in an approved university in France or abroad, as part of a Double-Degree or a Master of Science program.

Training for Master degrees[edit]

ENST offers Mastères spécialisés (MS), Masters Recherche (MR) and Master of Science (MSc) programmes in different domains.

Mastères Spécialisés (Post-Master's Degrees)[edit]

  • One year full-time training
    • Big Data, gestion et analyse de données massives (BGD)
    • Conception et Architecture de Réseaux (CAR)
    • Concepteur de Projet Digital (CPD) (in partnership with l'INA) (formerly "Création et Production Multimédia")
    • Cybersécurité et cyberdéfense (formerly "Sécurité des Systèmes Informatiques et des Réseaux")
    • Management de Projets Technologiques (MPT) (in partnership with l'ESSEC)
    • Radio-Mobiles (RM)
  • Two years part-time training
    • Architecte Réseaux et Sécurité (ARS)
    • Architecte Télécom Orienté Multi-Services (ATOMS) (in partnership with Orange)
    • Management des SI en Réseaux (MSIR) (in partnership with l'ESSEC)

Masters Recherche courses[edit]

Four master degrees of University Paris Saclay are taught by Télécom ParisTech in collaboration with other Parisian Universities and grande ecoles.

It takes part in organisation of several other master courses offered by its partners in and around Paris [9].

Master of Science courses[edit]

Master of Science is offered through Institut Télécom and ParisTech. This program is intended for bachelor's degree holders or of an equivalent diploma to 4 years of university studies in the domain of Information Technology and Telecommunications. The duration of the courses is from 12 to 24 months and the course fee is €10,000. The courses offered at the Paris campus will be initially in English and gradually in French. The courses offered at EURECOM, Sophia-Antipolis campus are entirely taught in English. The degrees obtained are accredited by Conference des Grandes Ecoles and are called Master of Science (English) / Diplôme National Master (French).

  • At the Paris campus
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Information Systems Management and Spatial Applications
    • Networked Computer Systems
    • Signal, Image and Computer Vision
  • At the EURECOM, Sophia-Antipolis campus
    • Communications and Computer Security
    • Mobile Communications
    • Multimedia information technology

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Les cursus de la formation d'ingénieur". Télécom Paris (in French).
  2. ^ (in French) Décret n° 2009-1136 du 21 septembre 2009 relatif à l'Institut Télécom. Legifrance. Retrieved on 2014-06-16.
  3. ^ Télécom Paris (2019-06-03). "Avec la création officielle d'#IPParis, nous changeons de nom pour devenir #TelecomParis. Notre fil Twitter est désormais @TelecomParis_pic.twitter.com/sRjF2awT1T". @TelecomParis_ (in French). Retrieved 2019-06-03.
  4. ^ GENES, A. propos de l’auteur Didier Janci ENSAE 1990 Secrétaire général du (2019-06-05). "L'Institut Polytechnique de Paris est officiellement créé". Variances (in French). Retrieved 2019-08-01.
  5. ^ "Admission Process". L'Usine Nouvelle (in French).
  6. ^ "Palmarès des Écoles d'ingénieurs". L'Étudiant (in French).
  7. ^ http://www.i-3.fr/en/
  8. ^ "Cycle Master: Campus Paris". Télécom Paris (in French).
  9. ^ "Les Masters partenaires". www.telecom-paris.fr (in French). Retrieved 2019-08-01.

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