Student clubs

There are over 60 official student clubs and societies at Telecom SudParis, the largest of which is the Bureau des Elèves (BDE), the main point of contact between the school and the various associations.

Working with the BDE is a fantastic way to prepare for your future career, by learning to work as part of a team and develop and execute ambitious projects that make a real difference in student life.

Student clubs

Live fully your student life!

 One of the student club, Welcom', is dedicated to help international students to arrive on campus and to settle into their new MAISEL room. Welcom' organize activities year round, both on and off campus, in order to help international students' integration on campus and to help them get adjusted to the campus life. That way, incoming students can practice their English or French, get to know more people and discover the country.
 
AIESEC
Throughout the school year, members of the association will be here to receive foreign students working in local companies. They organize lecture series and training seminars for students who wish to pursue a career at a global level – including subjects such as “French culture and culture shock”.
 
ASINT
The campus based sports association participates in sporting events organized by the FFSU or “Grandes Ecoles”.
 
DOLPH’INT
The Sailing Club members participate in the boat race sponsored by SPI Dauphine, the students French Cup, Trophée des Caraïbes and EDHEC boat race. They are the publishers of the first and only national sailing magazine written by students, ZEF’INT.
 
Forum des Télécommunications
One of the first student recruitment forums that was extended to other European countries, by integrating new services to traditional lines of business. About a hundred companies and thousands of visitors will attend the forum: this recruitment fair has become an unmissable event for Services and ITC professionals and students.
 
SPRINT
One of the few Junior Enterprise which offers companies the specific skills of budding engineers and managers and who aim to develop niches of excellence inside the school: services – information technology. Sprint is a member of the Confédération Nationale des Juniors Entreprises (CNJE), which constitutes a service quality pledge in itself. They received the “certification ISO 9001” in 2008, and the best French JE award for Communication in 2009.
 
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