Admissions

● Engineering course

Engineer (student status): 

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  • You are in a classe préparatoire PT: apply to ESTP Paris via the “banque d'épreuve ENSAM” (student status) 
    Contact: Banque PT
  • You are on a DUT/ATS course: apply to ESTP Paris by registering on the ENSEA entrance exam site - Concours ENSEA                                            
  • You have a “Licence 3” science degree in an ESTP Paris specialism: competitive entry via application documents and an interview

Engineer (apprentice status): 

  • You are studying for a DUT or BTS which meets the course criteria: apply to ESTP Paris by pre-registering on the CFA partner website (upper age limit of 30)
  • Selection on the basis of application documents, test and interview
  • More information is available on the CFA course partner website: CFA Ingénieurs 2000

● International Master’s in Civil Engineering of Complex and Nuclear Structures

Apply for this Master’s on the ESTP Paris website.

A parallel application must be submitted via Campus France to obtain a visa if you are accepted for the course, unless you already live in France and have a residence permit.

You must follow the CEF (Centre pour les études en France) procedure. Students from countries which do not have a Campus France space must contact the French consular authorities directly once they have been accepted for the Master’s programme.

● Specialised Master’s programme - Mastère Spécialisé®

Please request an application pack on our website

You can apply for one or more Specialised Master’s programmes by submitting one application per course.

Complete the “language proficiency” field

At this stage in the application process you are required to state your level of proficiency in English and any other languages

If you have not taken a TOEIC or TOEFL language proficiency test, you will be informed of the procedure to follow when your application has been approved.

Prepare your application documents

  •  Please complete all fields on the application form(s) and supply all the required supporting documents: CV, personal statement letter, copy of your identity card, copy of your academic certificates, proof of internships or work experience, a registration cheque, two passport photos, and two references.

The selection process

  • Once your application has been received, it will be assessed by the course coordinator and the Director of Specialised Master’s courses
  • If your application meets the criteria, you will be invited to attend an interview with the course coordinator
  • Your application will be considered by a special panel and a decision made
  • Notification of places is by letter and email

The number of course participants per year group 
Each year group has approximately 30 course participants

For more information, please contact

Service Communication | Continuing Education
Tel:+33 (0)1 75 77 86 08

● Doctoral Studies

For more information, please contact

Eric Croquesel | Director of Research
Tel:+33 (0)1 49 08 03 20

● Continuing Education

For more information, please contact

Service Communication | Continuing Education
Tel:+33 (0)1 75 77 86 08

● International Programmes

For more information, please contact

Sophie-Caroline Huisman | Director of International Relations
Tel:+33 (0)1 49 08 24 65

Emmanuel Hugon | Overseas Students and Double French-German Degree Coordinator.
Tel:+33 (0)1 49 08 24 44

Bénédicte Mahé | First and Third Year Outgoing Mobility, Mobility Grants and Erasmus Coordinator.
Tel:+33 (0)1 49 08 24 45