Telecom & Management SudParis

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Telecom & Management SudParis (TMSP)
Télécom & Management SudParis
Logo Institut Telecom SudParis.jpg
Former names
INT, Institut National des Télécommunications
Motto Apprenons à voler ensemble
Motto in English
Moving forward, together
Type Public, Grandes Ecoles
Grands établissements
Established 1979
Academic staff
Students 1500
Location Évry, France
48°37′26″N 2°26′38″E / 48.624011°N 2.443972°E / 48.624011; 2.443972
Campus Suburban
15 acre campus
Affiliations UniverSud Paris, Institut Telecom

Telecom & Management SudParis (ex - INT : Institut National des Télécommunications[1] ) groups two French Grande Ecole located in Évry, a town just south of Paris, France. It was formerly a research centre for France Telecom, and later turned into the leading institute for higher studies and research in telecommunications technology and the management of information and communications technology.

Member of the UniverSud Paris.

The institute is composed of:

Together with Telecom ParisTech (also known as ENST or Telecom Paris), Telecom Bretagne, Telecom Lille 1, Eurecom, Telecom & Management SudParis is a member of the Institut Telecom consortium.

In 2008, the INT is renamed as Telecom & Management SudParis in line with the strategy of Institut Telecom, the new name of GET.


  • 180 faculty staff
  • 140 PhD students
  • 11 teaching and research departments:
  • Teaching and research departments:
    • Language and Human Science
    • Entepreneurship, Management, Marketing and Strategy
    • Economics, Finance and Sociology
    • Information Systems
    • Advanced Research and Techniques for Multidimensional Imaging Systems (ARTEMIS)
    • Communications, Images and Information analysis
    • Electronics and Physics
    • Computer science
    • Networks and Software
    • Networks and Multimedia mobile services
    • Telecommunications Networks
Telecom & Management SudParis main buildings


  1. ^ Names changement

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