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What is a Master of Science?

Masters of Science are national degrees accredited either by the French Ministry of Higher Education or by the "Conference des Grandes Ecoles", which conferred this trademark on engineering schools.

The Master of Science is a 2-year full time program. It is usually aimed at undergraduate students who already have a Bachelor degree. Focused on specific scientific and technical fields.

Summer Schools

What is a Summer School?

Looking for Scientific Summer Programs and willing to live a French experience?

Attend our Toulouse Tech Summer Schools!

Toulouse Tech Summer Schools are short programs delivered between May and September which usually extend from 2 to 8 weeks.

They focus on Scientific & Technical Fields and include lectures, industrial visits and cultural activities.

Courses are taught in English except for two programs which are dedicated to French lessons and technical French acquisition.

Summer schools are usually aimed at undergraduate students, following a Bachelor Program or other graduated people. These programs are a good way to develop scientific skills while enjoying some leisure activities with other international students.

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School of Engineering

School of Engineering

France is also famous for the quality of its engineering programs.

The nation's engineering programs combine rigorous training in science with practical training in engineering. The close relations between France's engineering schools and the business world enhance the quality and relevance of the instruction students receive.


What is an Advanced Master?

“Advanced Master”or“Mastère Spécialisé ®” is a postmaster’s program created by the French "Conférence des Grandes Écoles", which conferred this collective trademark on Engineering or business schools.

The Advanced Master is a full-time, one-year program including theoretical lectures, tutorials, internship (...). It is usually aimed at students or professionals who already have a Master’s degree.

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ECTS European University Credit System

 ECTS European University Credit System

These are 3 qualifications recognised at National and European level.

They are converted into European credits known as ECTS (European Credit Transfer System).

BACHELOR’S / 6 semesters  /180 ECTS (L)

MASTER’S  / 10 semesters / 300 ECTS (M)

DOCTORATE / 16 semesters / 480 ECTS (D)

The initials LMD stand for Licence (Bachelor’s), Master’s and Doctorate.

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