Profiles and qualifications required
Candidates must hold a 4-5-year higher education qualification: Bac+5, or Bac+4 with professional experience.Admission process
Candidates are eligible to enroll in the course after selection of their application by an academic panel.
Candidates are admitted after an interview that measures the pertinence of the program with their own educational qualifications and professional plans.
Application for academic year 2018/2019
Admissions for year 2018/2019 are now closed.
The Admission Committee will examine all fully completed application forms with their supporting documents.
Preselected candidates will be invited by mail for interview.
Interviews: 2018, from May 22 to May 25
Interviews will last 30 minutes per candidate.
All the process (Electronic applications, pre-selection, invitation to interview, final decision) will be managed by e-mail.
You are invited to check regularly the spam file of your mailbox to make sure none of our mails landed there.
At the end of this selection process, the Admission Committee will validate the list of candidates to enter into the program.
- Director: Matthieu MUZUMDAR
- Program Director: George DEBANE
- Professor in Infrastructure Project Finance
After examining your application form, the Admission Committee may invite you for interview.
20 to 25 students per academic year
The program will be taught entirely in English
380 hours of in-class lectures – Thesis
• 60% taught by business professionals from the private and public sectors
• 40% taught by professors and researchers
Credits (ECTS European Credit Transfer System):
75 ECTS including 45 ECTS for the modules & 30 ECTS for the professional thesis
€15,000 for students who pay for the course themselves.
€18,000 for students for whom the course is financed by a company or organisation.
These prices are subject to change
Scholarship may be available for students based on their financial needs and their academic performance.
École des Ponts ParisTech has so-called “referenceable” status in “datadock”. This status means that it can be included in the reference catalogues of the bodies that fund professional training and can therefore receive match or public funding.
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