The international experience at TPS

Open to the world

Undoubtedly part of an international dynamic, Télécom Physique Strasbourg works at developing a network of academic and socio-economic partners that is particularly extended to the countries of Europe, North and South America and Asia.

What the international experience involves

Mastering languages 

  • two mandatory foreign languages including English

  • the second foreign language should be among German, Spanish, Chinese, Russian or Japanese

  • possibility of a third optional foreign language among more than 25 languages offered at the University of Strasbourg

  • courses associated with the Master of Imaging, Robotics and Life Science Engineering taught in English

  • French as a foreign language course: FLE

Study abroad experience

  • compulsory internship abroad, of at least 3 months, in a University or in a company
  • possibility to follow between 1 semester and a full year (3rd year) of training in a partner institution
  • possibility to go abroad in a gap year

International, on a daily basis

  • more than 20 nationalities are permanently represented at the School, thus promoting intercultural discoveries

  • cultural immersion programs

International exchange programs

  • International exchange agreements and programs within the framework of Télécom Physique Strasbourg: Argentina (ARFITEC), Belgium, Brazil (BRAFITEC), Canada, Germany, China, Japan

  • Framework agreements of the University of Strasbourg: Australia (Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, Sydney), Azerbaijan (Baku), Brazil (Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo), Burkhina Faso (Ouagadougou), Canada (Chicoutimi, Quebec, Montreal, Ottawa, Saskatoon), Chile (Santiago de Chile), China (Chengdu), South Korea (Seoul), United States (Boston, Lafayette, Laramie, Chesnut Hill, Gainesville, Syracuse), Japan (Fukuoka, Kyoto, Nagoya, Okayama, Osaka, Sapporo, Sendai, Tokyo), Mexico (Guanajuato).

The Ampère network was created in 2002 by four Engineering Schools: ENSEA, ENSEIRB, ENSICAEN and Télécom Physique Strasbourg. 3 new members have joined since its creation: CPE-Lyon, ENSETA and Télécom Saint-Etienne.

 

In terms of international relations, the objectives of this collaboration are:

  • to develop international relations in order to promote exchange of foreign students wishing to complete all or part of their engineering training in one of the partner institutions;

  • to conduct joint operations to represent and advertise partner institutions in order to promote our joint disciplines, the training of engineers and partner institutions abroad.

In terms of student exchanges, the objectives are:

  • to diversify the offer of final year specialised courses in engineering programs from partner institutions.