International Integrated Cycle (CII)

The CII is a 2-year program (Preparatory cycle). After passing 2 years’ preparatory courses, the students of CII program will be enrolled in the 3-year Engineering cycle. This program is oriented to French speaking candidates who passed their senior high school studies in science major(e.g. A Level, Gaokao, French Baccalauréat…).

The international exposure contains two possible paths, CII students could choose one of the following paths.

Path 1: Two semester’s oversea study. Firstly, during the preparatory cycle, there will be one semester oversea study in China, UK, Czech Republic, Poland. Next, during the engineering cycle, there will be another one semester oversea study in one of our 120 partner universities in the world.

Path 2: One month summer school plus one-year oversea study. Firstly, during the preparatory cycle, there will be a one month summer school in China, Canada. Next, during the first year of engineering cycle, there will be another one year oversea study (one academic semester plus one oversea internship) at Shanghai or Chongqing in China.


Preparatory Cycle (2 years):

This programs contains three well balanced parts in basic science, techniques & technologies and humanities.

Basic Sciences Techniques & Technologies Humanities
40 credits ECTS 40 credits ECTS 40 credits ECTS
Probabilites et statistics
Sciences physiques
Numerical methods
Computer science
Signal and systems
Language et cultures
Economy et Management
History des technologies
Associational activity


Teaching Language

Courses are fully conducted in French

Tuition fees

7090 euros per year (for AY17-18).

Fees do not include health insurance, accommodation, travel expenses and living expenses.

How to apply

Application deadline is July 15th for September intake. There is only one intake per year. The program starts on beginning of September.

Application procedure:

Complete the online application form. You will be requested to upload the following documents:

  • ID photo
  • Copy of passport
  • CV
  • Statement of purpose
  • 1 letter of recommendation
  • Copy of transcript
  • French proficiency certificate (minimum B1)

Your application will be assessed by an admission committee. If your application is selected, you will be contacted for an interview. The result of admission will be given shortly.