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Double degrees

ESTP Paris has double degree agreements in place with some forty international university partners.

After successfully completing the first two years of study at ESTP Paris, engineering students can spend one or two academic years at a partner university abroad to obtain a double degree (a degree from the host university in addition to a degree from ESTP Paris).


● French-German double degree with the Technische Universität Dresden

ESTP Paris and the Civil Engineering Faculty of Dresden Technical University have been organising student exchanges since 1994.  

Dresden Technical University is located close to the historic centre of one of Germany’s most beautiful cities, and this capital of Saxony is known as the “Florence on the river Elbe”. The Technical University is a member of the German universities’ excellence network and attracts 35,000 students from all over the world to this highly industrially developed region which has close ties with the university’s research activities.

Technische Universität Dresden

● French-Spanish double degree with the Universidad Politecnica de Valencia

The very fruitful cooperation between ESTP Paris and the Universidad Politecnica de Valencia began in 1990. 

The city of Valencia, which was founded in 138 BC, is now the third largest city in Spain in population terms and has been the capital of the autonomous community and province of Valencia since 1982. The Universidad Politecnica de Valencia was established in 1971 by a group of former independent educational institutions, some of which are over one hundred years old. The ETSICCP, ETSII and ETSIGCT are located in a pleasant green setting on the Vera Campus in the northern central area of the city, close to the historic city centre and beach.

Universidad Politecnica de Valencia

● French-Italian double degree with the Politecnico di Milano

Milan, the economic capital of Italy, is renowned for its dynamic businesses and innovation in a wide variety of fields. The Politecnico di Milano enjoys a reputation for excellence in Italy, Europe, and indeed worldwide. It has several campuses. Public Works and Building are taught on the Leonardo Campus in the city centre and Architecture teaching is delivered in Lecco, a small town on Lake Como, 50km from central Milan.

Politecnico di Milano

● French-Brazilian double degree with the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo

The Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo and its Civil Engineering Department have had an exchange agreement in place with ESTP Paris since 1999. 

The Polytechnic School is a gold-standard institution in Latin America. It was founded in 1893 and was incorporated into the University of São Paulo (USP) in 1934. With 72,000 students, USP is the largest higher education institution in Brazil. The Polytechnic School has 8,500 students across 15 departments, which are renowned for their excellence. It is located on the largest USP campus (1,000 hectares), in a green setting to the west of the megalopolis of São Paulo. The very welcoming and secure campus hosts several museums, including a major museum of contemporary art, a hospital, sporting facilities, banks, etc. and offers a very pleasant living environment for students and teaching staff, far from the hustle and bustle of the city, which is nevertheless easily accessible.

University of Sao Paulo

● French-Chinese double degree with Tongji University (Shanghai)

Tongji University was founded in 1907 and is a state institution under the direct administration of the Chinese Ministry of Higher Education. It is reputed as a centre of excellence for civil engineering and architecture. Its 50,000 students are taught on five ultra-modern campuses spanning 2,500 hectares in the municipality of Shanghai. The city of Shanghai, with its population of over 20 million, is located on the Huangpu river close to the mouth of the Yangtze, in eastern China. It became a financial centre in the Asia-Pacific region in the nineteenth century, and is now one of the most modern and dynamic cities in the world.

Université de Tongji