About the training courses
Télécom Physique Strasbourg offers high-level 3-year training programs with specific majors and specialization tracks, thus opening career opportunities in cutting-edge technology sectors.
Three engineering courses are available under the student status
Information Technology for Healthcare Engineering
Computer Science and Networks Engineering
Dual degree programs are accessible through a Research Master's degree in 2nd and 3rd years.
French learning is mandatory and a B2 level in English and French is required in order to obtain the Engineering degree.
An internship period is carried out at the end of each year (minimum of 4, 12 and 20 weeks respectively), with at least 12 weeks within a company. Specific courses, engineering projects, the Academic-Industrial Forum, an innovative inter-school competition and the Junior Enterprise PSI, all contribute to promoting professionalization.
View the course plan in the table below with details of the subjects (available in English EN and French FR on the respective pdf files) that you will study each semester for each of the 3 Engineering degrees.
|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3|
|General Engineering degree||General-1||General-2||General-3|
|Information Technology for Healthcare Engineering degree (ITH)||ITH-1||ITH-2||ITH-3|
|Computer Science and Networks Engineering degree (CSN)||CSN-1||CSN-2||CSN-3|
Two Engineering degrees in work/study program
Through apprenticeship or in-service training, in partnership with the French Institut des Techniques d’ingénieurs de l’industrie d’Alsace (Institute of Engineering Techniques for the Alsatian industry), both degrees are accessible after an advanced technology diploma or a technology degree.
- Information Technology for Healthcare Engineering degree
While this degree is currently closed for work/study program.
Information Technology for Healthcare Engineering degree remains accessible as a full-time course.
Our Engineering degrees are accredited by the Commission des Titres d’Ingénieurs (Commission for Engineering degrees), have obtained official authorization by the Ministry of Higher Education and Research and have obtained the EUR-ACE label.
Master of Imaging, Robotics and Biomedical Engineering (MSc IRIV)
"The Master of Imaging, Robotics and Biomedical Engineering is offered by Télécom Physique Strasbourg, which bears strong regional support in terms of research, and includes training courses in line with the University of Strasbourg's area of excellence in the field of innovation and imaging. It relies on accredited and renowned research institutes for the provision of high-level training in and through research. The Master's degree is also supported by local and regional industrial companies that regularly receive students on internships and on employment at the end of their training." (excerpt from an evaluation report of the AERES, a French academic research evaluation agency).
Research projects regularly involve interactions between disciplines (Medicine, Biology, Physics, Photonics, Medical and Surgical Robotics) as well as numerous academic and industrial partnerships. The framework of these projects include the "Medical and Surgical Imaging and Robotics" transversal the of the ICube research institute, of the "Therapeutic Innovation" global excellence cluster and of the University Hospital Institute, the IRCAD (Research Institute Against Digestive Cancer), and the IGBMC (Institute of Genetics and Molecular and Cellular Biology).
The students benefit from excellent training in order to meet the innovation challenges in many strategic sectors of Information Technology. More than 50% of our Engineers work in multinational companies.