Engineering-Management dual degree

  • The only program in France where students graduate with an Engineering degree and a Management degree from two schools on the same campus
  • 24 students per school each year
  • 4 years of studies
  • 28 weeks of professional internships
  • 24 weeks spent overseas

Master the challenges of information systems

This dual degree is fruit of 35 years of collaboration between the engineering school Telecom SudParis and the management school Institut Mines-Télécom Business School.

Corporate competitiveness depends largely on the efficient use of information technology. In view of this, the governance of information systems is a major concern for organizations.

The program offers a pathway focused on Information Systems (IS) at the end of the course. It is aimed at training engineering managers capable of steering projects in connection with IS while providing expertise in the life cycle of applications and user assistance in a context of quality and security.


The Engineering-Management degree

The degree is made up of 8 semesters:

  • 3 semesters at Télécom SudParis
  • 3 semesters at Institut Mines-Télécom Business School
  • 1 semester overseas
  • 1 semester in a company

For students initially admitted on the General Engineering program, this is the course structure:

Double diplôme Ingénieur-Manager

After completing the course, students receive a Management degree from the graduate school program of Institut Mines-Télécom Business School, as well as an Engineering degree from Telecom SudParis.

How to become an Engineer-Manager

Candidate profile

Only students from the MP, PC, PSI, PT, ATS and TSI science preparatory classes who pass the competitive entry exam in first year of the General Engineering program at Telecom SudParis, or from the graduate school program of Institut Mines-Télécom Business School may be admitted to the Engineering-Management dual degree.

Conditions for admission

To be eligible for this course, students must:

  • Either be admitted to both schools or have only applied for one of the two schools,
  • Have excellent results in the subjects taught at the other school,
  • Have obtained the 90 ECTS corresponding to the first three semesters of the course in their school of origin.

Candidate selection

Students must apply at the start of second year of the General Engineering program. Engineering students are admitted based on their application and oral exam, and on the condition that they pass the “harmonization” semester.