Digital technology is already having an impact on our daily lives and those of businesses, but it remains a long-term strategic challenge for most business sectors. It is therefore wise to choose a recognized generalist Engineering degree in this field.
- Complete presentation of the generalist engineer training
- See our brochure "Generalist Engineer in digital technology Program detail"
A wide range of training courses to prepare for tomorrow's challenges
Telecom SudParis offers general engineering training covering a broad spectrum of digital technology:
• 15 tracks of in-depth study,
• 4 new paths: Health, Environment, Research, Entrepreneurship,
• +150 options through our network of Institut Mines-Télécom schools,
• 15 Masters degrees from Institut Polytechnique de Paris,
• 4 Masters of Science degrees → how to apply
• 26 double degrees in France and abroad,
• 1 apprenticeship-based degree in Network Engineering
• +130 partnership agreements over 40 countries.
Excellent employability and career opportunities
of our students where hired within three months of graduation
is the average salary for our graduated students when they start working
of our graduated students are working around the world outside France
of our graduated students are working in leading companies
Digital engineers are highly sought after by recruiters. Each year, the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles conducts a survey on Engineer's first job. The latest survey shows the dynamism and attractiveness of these graduates of Télécom SudParis.
Join a prestigious institute and an exceptional network of schools
Télécom SudParis is first and foremost a school of the Ministry of Industry. This closeness to the business world is part of its DNA. It also has the particularity of being both a co-founding member of the Institut Polytechnique de Paris and a school of the Institut Mines-Télécom, the leading network of engineering schools in France.
You can take advantage of mobility opportunities within the Institut Mines-Télécom (IMT): 8 schools to choose from in 3rd year. You can also spend six months studying at another school in the group to follow a theme that is not offered on your campus, while remaining a graduate of your home institution.
Since 2019, the Institut Polytechnique de Paris (IP Paris) is a world-class alliance that we are forming with the École Polytechnique, ENSTA Paris, ENSAE Paris and Télécom Paris. Thanks to the experience, history and roots of these five founding schools, IP Paris is positioned as a leading teaching and research institution in France and internationally.
One school, 2 campuses in Ile-de-France
The first campus is shared with Institut Mines-Télécom Business School and allows a perfect mix of engineers and managers. It is located in Evry-Courcouronnes, part of The UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities (GNLC).