Engineering-Statistics dual degree

This double degree from Telecom SudParis - ISUP responds to demand from companies for engineers with high-level skills, capable of analyzing and managing complex risks in line with actuarial standards.

It will satisfy the expectations of students seeking to enter professions developing advanced mathematical models.

Skills that are highly sought after on the job market

This double degree from Telecom SudParis - ISUP responds to demand from companies for engineers with high-level skills, capable of analyzing and managing complex risks in line with actuarial standards.

It will satisfy the expectations of students seeking to enter professions developing advanced mathematical models.

The double degree equips students with high-level skills in the field of mathematics applied to modeling and risk assessment. These skills are in line with the needs of companies, particularly insurance companies, in terms of risk management.

This double degree is part of the “ISUP – Graduate Schools” program at UPMC.

The Engineering-Statistics degree

After four semesters of study at Télécom SudParis, engineering students complete three semesters in the “Actuaries” stream at ISUP, as well as a minimum 3-month internship in second year and a minimum 6-month internship in final year.

After completing this course. students receive:

  • an Engineering degree from Telecom SudParis,
  • a Statistics degree from ISUP, with the “Actuaries” specialism for those who fulfill the specific conditions of this stream.

Cursus du double-diplôme d'ingénieur-statisticien

How to become an Engineer-Statistician

Candidate profile

Only students from the MP, PSI and potentially the PC science preparatory classes who pass the competitive entry exam in first year of the General Engineering program at Télécom SudParis, may be admitted to the double degree program.

Candidate selection

Admission is based on each student's application, interview and ability to successfully complete the exchange program. The panel may decide to hold additional interviews. Admission is conditional on passing the first four semesters of the General Engineering program.

Students must apply at the beginning of second year.