Other Asian regions and countries
Enhance your career prospects: ParisTech encourages bright, ambitious students to apply for a “Diplôme d’ingénieur” (Master’s degree in Science and Engineering) at the most prestigious French Grandes Ecoles (engineering graduate schools), a unique opportunity for an international career, or for pursuing a PhD.
The ParisTech International Admission program allows you to apply simultaneously to all 7 ParisTech schools for admission into a 2-year education program at master level (“Diplôme d’ingénieur”) if you are student in Cambodia, South Korea, Hong-Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Macao, Malaysia, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand or Vietnam.
ParisTech Grandes Écoles in the International Admission program:
- Arts et Métiers Sciences et Technologies
- Chimie ParisTech - PSL
- École des Ponts ParisTech
- ESPCI Paris - PSL
- Institut d'Optique Graduate School
- MINES ParisTech - PSL
Agricultural engineering - applied mathematics – automatics Bioengineering & biophysics Chemistry - chemical engineering – civil engineering - computational biology - computer science Data science Earth sciences - economics & social sciences - environmental engineering - electrical, electronic & photonic engineering - energy & nuclear engineering - executive engineering Finance – food engineering - forest engineering Industrial & production engineering - information technology & telecommunications Life sciences Management - materials science & engineering - mechanical engineering Neuro-science Optical sciences – offshore engineering Physics Renewable energy - robotics Statistics Transport Urban planning
- Students from the following countries and regions can apply to the ParisTech Asia Admission Program: Cambodia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Lao, Macao, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
- You should apply to the program the summer preceding your last year of Bachelor degree (or within 2 years after obtaining a bachelor degree), and if admitted at a ParisTech school, you should successfully graduate before going to France.
- Candidates should be pursing or holding a Bachelor’s degree in Science, in Engineering or in Economics (with a strong background in Mathematics).
- We strongly recommend that you have excellent academic records (GPAs above 80, ranking among the first 20% students of your class). Your level in mathematics and physics should be excellent. Proficiency in courses that are significant in the domain you apply for is also highly recommended.
- You should have good command of written and spoken English, or good command of written and spoken French.
The admission program is a 4-step process: online application, scientific test, interview, admission by a ParisTech school. Some schools might add a 5th step (scientific interview, after the interview and before the admission). Each step should be satisfactorily completed to move on to the next one.
Students coming from universities which already have a bilateral exchange agreement signed with one of ParisTech schools, should contact the International Office of their home university to inquire about the specific application conditions.
Step 1- Application
Submit your online application form to ParisTech before September 21, 2021.
List of required documents for application:
- Copy of passport or other identification document,
- Identity photo,
- Resume (2 pages max.),
- An original transcript of your records translated in English and certified by your University,
- Official ranking certificates, translated in English, stating the total number of students in your department or in the field of specialization,
- Professional project letter: a statement of purpose outlining your intended career project after completion of your degree at ParisTech,
- Foreign language certificates when available, at least of English.
- Two letters of recommendation are required.
Only complete applications, submitted before the deadline, will be considered.
Step 2- Selection procedure and scientific test
After review of the application files by the jury, eligible students will be asked to take an online scientific test, on 28 September 2021.
- Instructions to be read before the test (please read them before taking the test)
- Required Knowledge for the scientific test
- Sample test
Step 3- Interview
Candidates who successfully pass the test will be called to an interview.
Please note: there is an additional scientific interview for MINES ParisTech - PSL (compulsory) and other schools (upon request).
If you are successful in the interview, you will be invited to rank the ParisTech schools which are ready to admit you by preference. More information about ParisTech schools is available here.
Step 4- Admission
Last, by the end of November, you will be informed of the outcome of your application and to which ParisTech Grande École you have been admitted.
If you are not fluent in French, you should be ready to start learning French as soon as you are admitted.
1 June 2021
Opening of on-line application
21 September 2021
28 September 2021
Online scientific test
18-29 of October 2021
Beginning of November
Scientific interview (if requested by the school)
19 November 2021
ParisTech Admission Board
20 November 2021
Publication of admission results
- Fees per ParisTech school for students admitted through the ParisTech International Admission Program
4290 € per year.
Arts et Métiers Sciences et Technologies
DD : 0€
Chimie ParisTech - PSL
individual applicants: 3570 € per year
Ecole des Ponts ParisTech
3150 € (tuition) + 975€ (fees) per year
ESPCI Paris - PSL
No agreement: 850 euros (700 tuition, 150 registration fee)
Institut d’Optique Graduate School
2900 € per year for students from partner universities (the regular rate for non-European students is 5000 € per year)
MINES ParisTech - PSL
3500 € per year for individual applicants.
*Index 2019-2020. Tuition fees and others are subject to annual review
** Double degrees (DD): admitted students pay tuition fees at home university.
There is a fee waiver in public institutions for Eiffel and BGF scholarships recipients.
The full yearly training cost per student can amount up to €18,000, and is largely subsidized by the French government or the city of Paris (for ESPCI Paris – PSL).
- Living costs*: about 800 €/month in Paris
- Overseas travel expenses*: 1000 €
*Please note that the living cost and the overseas travel expenses are just indicative and may vary depending on students.
To cover living and travel costs, students are strongly encouraged to apply for funding schemes provided either by the French government (Eiffel scholarship for instance) or local governments. Additional scholarships may be granted by industrial sponsors or by the foundations of ParisTech Grandes Écoles.
During their stay at ParisTech schools, students have compulsory internships. Most internships are paid, allowing students to benefit from another source of income.
Long-term students visa also allows them to work part-time during their studies. Last, students can benefit from housing allowance from the French government.
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Inquiries for a specific school should be sent to the relevant school's coordinator of student's international mobility.