Master Program

Masters programs

  • The Faculty provides longs curricula that go through a general Bachelor (BAC+3) followed by a Master (BAC+5). Once they hold a Master of Science (M.S.) degree, the graduates enter the workforce or they continue their education with a PhD (BAC+8). The last alternative is seen as an apprentice-researcher short contract, as the PhD entails that graduate students perform paid work (research allowance, thesis grant by charity organizations, CIFRE contract…)
  • The latest complete results concerning professional integration of the graduating students of 2010 and 2011 show that around 61% of them have found a job 3 months after graduating. This figure reaches 86% after 15 months. Among graduates, 6% have chosen to continue their education, mostly in another field so they could acquire a dual competency. 35% have been hired under permanent contracts and the median gross annual salary is about € 28,000.