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INTERNATIONAL

EPITA

MASTER

IN PARIS, France

THE COMPUTING INTELLIGENCE

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Technological revolutions hold

a central role within the 21st

century. As a propelling engine,

Information Technologies

lead these drastic upheavals.

Young men & women mastering

a global expertise in Computer

Engineering, will stand at the heart

of the concepts and developments

fueling progress. EPITA

trains these pioneer professionals

who invent our future.


a word of welcome

dear prospects, candidates, students, families & friends,

welcome to epita and welcome to france!

Accredited by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research (Ministère de l'Enseignement

Supérieur et de la Recherche) as National Master's Degree called Diplôme National de Master (DNM),

EPITA welcomes you to acquire state of the art Information Technology skills in Information Systems

Management, Software Engineering and Computer Security right in one of the world’s most vibrant

capitals: Paris.

We gladly invite you to be part of our unique community and can insure you the experience of a life time.

Are you ready to jump on-board?

Best regards,

Christophe Rouvrais

Director

Development and International Offi ce

the international master program at a glance

Harmonization*

EPITA’s International Master Program

Year 1 Year 2

Welcome Week &

Fundamental Period

Common Core

& Specialization Period

Internship & Master Memoir

Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4

Harmonization Semester* Fundamental Semester Specialization Semester Internship Semester

On-Campus Evaluation

In-Company Monitoring

*only for students subjected to the Harmonization Semester

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international master at epita

Born in 1984, EPITA (from the French

Ecole pour l’Informatique et les Techniques

Avancées : School of Computer Science &

Advanced Techniques) has been steadily

gaining a reputation of excellence among

multinational companies, which often recruit

our students before the end of their studies.

At EPITA, computing and information technologies

are considered fundamental subjects

and are always placed in the context of

students’ future managerial roles and within

the perspective of their position of responsibility.

Scientifi c studies complement this

training to broaden and complete the

scientifi c culture vital to the future Engineer.

The aim of the International Master Program

at EPITA is to instill in its students the best

management practices within the fi eld of

Computer Science Engineering. Each student

should have a solid basis in fundamental

Engineering concepts (unless they begin

at the Harmonization Semester level) and

in those additional skills essential for clarity

and accuracy in situation analysis and

problem solving in the IT business world.

accreditations & affiliations

The International Master of EPITA is

accredited by the French Ministry of Higher

Education and Research (Ministère de l’Enseignement

Supérieur et de la Recherche)

as a National Master’s Degree called

Diplôme National de Master (DNM).

Graduates obtain a « Master en Sciences et

Technologies, mention Informatique ».

This distinction is the highest accreditation

possible granted by the French State. It guarantees

the quality of the education delivered

(content and professors) as well as the overall

integration of the students within both local

and national communities. The creation of

the European Higher Education Area started

with the Bologna Process guarantees the

European Recognition of this Degree.

EPITA (Ecole pour l’Informatique et les

Techniques Avancées) is a member of IONIS

Education Group, the largest group of Private

Higher Education institutions in France.

Bringing 16 schools together under the same

banner, IONIS counts 16,000 students in

France and reaches 200,000 internationally.

EPITA is affi liated with the following entities:

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academics

the pedagogical approach for epita’s international master stands as a 360°

focus on benchmarks academic & professional keystones.

A CURRICULUM BASED ON THE NEEDS OF THE REAL WORLD

Our International Master emphasizes three main career categories:

• Management positions typically forging Project Managers

• Operational positions particularly for those aiming at technical and/or strategic areas

• Consulting positions mainly for those directed toward technical and/or strategic consulting

International Master by Specialization Careers Industrial Sectors

Information Systems Management

Software Engineering

Computer Security

Consultant

Project Manager

Sales Engineer

Architectural Engineer

Consultant

Project Manager

Software Engineer

Consultant

Project Manager

Security Engineer

Consulting Firms

IT Sector

Large Enterprises & Companies

Banking & Insurance Firms

IT Sector

Large Enterprises & Companies

Banking & Insurance Firms

IT Sector

Large Enterprises & Companies

The International Master program is organized by its areas of specialization in four clearly differentiated academic periods: the Harmonization Semester*,

the Fundamental Semester, the Specialization Semester and the Internship Semester.

*only for students subjected to the Harmonization Semester

LEARNING THROUGH PROJECTS

Mastering a vocation is above all succeeding

in owing the operational practices by going

beyond the basic-level theoretical

knowledge acquired. Our International

Master emphasizes the acquisition

of concrete know-how through a learning

process centered on projects which

are characterized by:

• Balance between advanced academic core

courses & professional projects

• Strong emphasis on teamwork

• Predominantly project-based evaluations

• Completion of Research & Innovation

Project during the specialization semester

During the specialization semester all

students complete a Research & Innovation

Project in which they respond to a real offer

from either companies or research labs by

submitting a concretely applicable set of

solutions.

A COMPETITIVE EDGE IN THE

JOB MARKET

EPITA’s International Master Program

prepares graduates for key leadership positions

in the industry, offering an essential

training in theory and practice that provides

a competitive edge in the job market. During

the program, all our students fi nd high-level

internships that typically result into the fi rst

step on their career ladder. In addition, the

combination of the Engineering core with the

Business practices enables our graduates to

communicate more effectively throughout

the organization and to advance at a rapid

pace on their professional path.

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THE HARMONIZATION SEMESTER

The Harmonization Semester (30 ECTS) is

mandatory only for candidates with an insufficient

background in Computer Science. All

applicants are evaluated on an individual basis.

Equivalence requests are subject to approval

from the Admissions Committee.

The Harmonization Semester is common

to all areas of specialization.

THE FUNDAMENTAL SEMESTER

The Fundamental period of the Master program

aims at providing students with sound

technical knowledge for their area of specialization

as well as knowledge in Engineering

and know-how related to company operations.

This semester is common to all three areas

of specialization (ISM, SE & CS).

FUNDAMENTAL SEMESTER

CURRICULUM*

Technical Skills

• Advanced Algorithmics

• Object-Oriented Programming

• Operating Systems: Windows & Unix

• Networking Technologies

• IT Overview

Business Skills

• Business Writing

• Corporate Finance

• Marketing of Free Software

Management Skills

• Project Management

• Team Management

Cultural Integration

• Getting Over the Cultural Shock

• Intensive French Seminar

• French Courses

• French Culture

(*For more information on courses, visit

our website http://masters.epita.fr/ )

THE SPECIALIZATION SEMESTER

The central purpose of the specialization

semester of the Master’s Program is to enable

our students to enter the job market at the

end of their studies at an executive level.

At this time, each student specializes according

to a chosen career path in order to graduate

with a background perfectly adapted to the

skill sets sought after by companies. The

professional profiles of our students are built

progressively around a series of increasingly

specialized academic periods which structure

the specialized education:

• A common core curriculum period shared by

all students within the same cohort

• The specialization period specific to each

Master Program

• A Research & Innovation Project conducted

at the end of the specialization semester

The specialization semester is unique to

each area of specialization and each curriculum

is described under each program.

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INTERNATIONAL MASTER

IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS

MANAGEMENT

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

This programs aims at providing sound

knowledge of the fundamentals of IT

strategic planning, IT implementation and

organizational management. Graduates

will become highly skilled professionals

with a multi-faceted understanding of how

technology can improve an organization’s

performance and enable its members to

share and access information, plan and

collaborate, while having the analytical edge

to strategically plan for future growth.

Graduates will master the technical and

human skills needed to create successful

innovations with information technologies.

The program places an emphasis on the

dynamic interaction of people, organizations

and information technologies, within the

context of the 21st century organization,

thus empowering graduates with the required

technical, organizational and business skills.

ISM SPECIALIZATION SEMESTER

CURRICULUM*

Core skills

Career Project Elaboration

French Courses

Enterprise Information Systems

Entreprise Resource Planning (ERP)

Customer Relationship Management (CRM)

Supply Chain Management (SCM)

Business Intelligence (BI) & Data Warehouses

Information Systems Strategy

Information Systems Management

IT Governance

IT Strategy

Green IT

Business Strategy

Finance for IT Managers

Entrepreneurial Marketing

Advanced Management

Change Management

Cross-border Management

ITIL

Knowledge & Innovation Management

Product Lifecycle Management

(*For more information on courses, visit our website http://masters.epita.fr/)

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INTERNATIONAL MASTER IN

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

The program emphasizes the development

of quality software coupled with the transfer

of this knowledge to the industry. Topics

include Requirements Engineering, System

Design, Testing Strategies & Software Development

using C++ and Java with an overall

emphasis on the development of reliable

software systems.

At completion of the degree, students will

know the principles of sound scientific

Software Engineering practices, grounded in

a hands-on understanding of the applicability

of these practices in order to be able to

lead major Software Engineering projects.

SE CURRICULUM*

Core skills

Career Project Elaboration

French Courses

Advanced Software

Development

Software Development Methodologies

Human-Machine Interface

Quality Insurance & Software Testing

ITIL

Advanced Programming

Advanced C++ Programming

Advanced Java Programming

.NET and C# Programming

Software Security

Web Development

Advanced Web Development

Rich Internet Applications

Java & XML Technologies

Advanced Databases

Mobile Application Development

iOS and Objective C

Android Software Stack

Windows Phone 7

Advanced Management

Business Process Modeling

Change Management

Cross-border Management

Knowledge & Innovation Management

(*For more information on courses, visit our website http://masters.epita.fr/)

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INTERNATIONAL MASTER IN

COMPUTER SECURITY

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

This program aims at providing a solid

background in the design and management

of Systemic Engineering and Architecting

Security in the contemporaneous enterprise.

This specialization focuses also on Network

Security or Cryptography by including

elements of both disciplines within its

curriculum. Student in Computer Security

will benefit from a disciplined approach to

understanding the management, technical

and legal issues associated with the security

of information from a bench-marked step by

step approach resulting in optimal security

within risk tolerance limits.

CS CURRICULUM*

Core skills

Career Project Elaboration

French Courses

Systems and Network Security

Advanced Network Security

Unix & Windows Systems Administration

Cloud Computing Security

Virtualization

Software and Transaction Security

Applied Cryptography

Public Key Infrastructure

Software Security Assurance

Web Security

Security Policy

Advanced Management

Change Management

Cross-border Management

Knowledge & Innovation Management

(*For more information on courses, visit our website http://masters.epita.fr/)

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THE INTERNSHIP SEMESTER

this last educational period is organized around a company internship of 6-month, culminating into a master’s memoir defended

on-campus in front of the graduate memoir committee.

INTERNSHIPS

TRAINING IN & BY COMPANIES

Built around the real needs of the business

world, EPITA’s International Master Program

is designed to meet its expectations. From

the Improvement Committee to the

Scientific Committee, within which Senior

Business Executives and Associate

Managers provide their input to improve the

school’s programs & research foci (IBM,

Microsoft, France Télécom, Cisco, Syntec,

etc.) to the courses themselves mostly

taught by working professionals leading the

IT industry. Business is present at all school

levels. Through these strong corporate

partnerships, our Career Services maintains

privileged contacts with multi-national

companies that lead to internship opportunities

for our students. Extending to over

40 countries, our alumni network enhances

international opportunities for our current

students. The required 6-month internship

allows students to be exposed to the

latest technologies while gaining valuable

experience. Feedback from the internship

host companies has been overwhelmingly

supportive of our programs. All trainees

received an average monthly allowance

of € 1,100 in 2011. In the past, interns

have held positions such as Global Business

Development Manager, Outsourcing Project

Lead, Multimedia Advanced Developer or

Telecommunications Auditor. Recent interns

have completed their 6-month internship

period in companies such as Société Générale,

SFR, HP, Siemens, Cap Gemini or Sopra.

We believe that professionals are not

only the best suited but the only ones

genuinely qualified to train you for

professional skills, career development

and company life.

Hence, our International Master Program is

based on the following academic choices:

• To hire only instructors currently employed

within prestigious companies

• To require students make direct

& frequent contact with companies

• To include extensive in-company

internship periods

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ACADEMIC CALENDAR

ACADEMIC CALENDAR

FALL INTAKE

WINTER INTAKE

YEAR 1

Harmonization Semester*: March to July

Fundamental Semester: October to February

YEAR 1

Harmonization Semester*: October to February

Fundamental Semester: March to July

YEAR 2

Specialization Semester: March to July

Internship Semester: October to February

YEAR 2

Specialization Semester: October to February

Internship Semester: March to July

*only for students enrolled in that semester

ADMISSIONS

ELIGIBILITY

Our International Master in Computer

Science is open to candidates holding

a bachelor's degree (or equivalent)

in Computer Science or related fi elds.

Students with a strong background in

Engineering and a degree in business are

also encouraged to apply for the Information

Systems Management program. Candidates

must also have solid analytical and problem

solving abilities. Candidates from other

backgrounds seeking a change of gears,

can apply and be brought up to speed during

the Harmonization Semester.

The Harmonization Semester* (30 ECTS)

is mandatory only for candidates with an insuffi

cient background in Computer Science.

All applicants are evaluated on an individual

basis.

REQUIREMENTS

• Completed application form & photo

• Curriculum Vitae

• Statement of purpose

• 2 Letters of recommendation (download our

recommendation letter form on our website

to assist your recommenders with that task)

• 1 certifi ed copy of your Bachelor's Degree

(in French or English and/or certifi ed

translation)

• Transcripts of records (in French or English

and/or certifi ed translation)

• Copy of passport

• TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS or Cambridge ESOL

BULATS

• € 60 application fee paid online or via

bank transfer (write to us at international.

masters@epita.fr if you opt to redeem the

application fee by wire transfer)

• Bank or sponsor letter attesting that

the student will have fi nancial support

throughout the duration of the program

(to be submitted after notifi cation of

acceptance)

DEADLINES

Fall intake closes July 31st courses start the

fi rst week of October

Winter intake closes December 30th

courses start the fi rst week of March

FINANCIAL MATTERS

Enrolment Confi rmation Harmonization Semester* Second Semester Third Semester Total Tuition Fees

€ 5,500*** € 1,000 € 4,400 € 2,500 € 12,400**

***registration payment prior

to arrival

*only for students enrolled in

the Harmonization Semester

Installments possible (payment

plan signed individually during

Orientation)

**tuition is subject to change

& does not include the

Harmonization Semester

(For more information on Financial Matters, visit our website: http://masters.epita.fr/epita-tuition-fees-fi nance-aid.aspx)

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CAREER SERVICES

CAREER PLAN & SPEED DATING

OVERVIEW

Since its creation in 1984, more than 5,600 students have graduated from EPITA and now

work in over 1,700 fi rms around the globe. The school’s aim has always been to train top-level

young people, giving them true professional skills that will make them rapidly operational. This

preparation for the corporate world implies innovative teaching methods, enriched with numerous

opportunities for contact with the professional environment.

Working with the faculty, the Career Services Director is responsible for listing needs as well as

preparing, coordinating and implementing companies’ actions to achieve these objectives.

COMPANIES@EPITA

FEMII, THE FORUM FOR COMPANIES IN THE ENGINEERING & IT SECTOR

Although we recommend that our students adopt an active, personal approach to the search for

internships, it is our responsibility to help them with this task. Consequently, each year, we organize

a forum bringing together companies that wish to meet our students and graduates.

In 2011, 67 major companies offered over 3500 positions to our school.

EPITA TECHNOLOGICAL CONFERENCE WEEKS

These weeks are scheduled twice yearly for our students and group conferences by companies.

The later come to share their experience of projects and emerging technologies, presenting

software applications and the practical applications of technologies. These lecture series, lasting

from 60 to 90 minutes each, represent added value for the students who gain insight into the latest

market trends from its main players.

• HELPING STUDENTS PREPARE THEIR

CAREER PLAN

The aim of this course is to help students

defi ne and implement their career plan.

It begins with a special week, during which

current students are coached by alumni to

defi ne their career plan. In addition to general

lectures on recruitment and developing

general job search skills (i.e., CV & cover

letter writing, fi nding & responding to ads,

excelling at interviewing, etc.), the career

paths of the alumni are very enriching

to the current students who can discover

different facets of their seniors’ work in

richly varied work environments. On this

occasion, EPITA alumni who have decided to

launch their own venture return to campus

to share their experience.

• SPEED DATING FOR INTERNSHIPS

Firms wishing to offer Fall internships

(September to January), deliver short

30-minutes talks to students prior to

meeting individually with interested

candidates in break-out rooms directly after

the event. The purpose of this week is to

encourage direct meetings between students

and companies, ensuring that contacts are

made in the most effi cient way. This week is

particularly designed for end users (available

for FALL intake only).

• SPEED DATING FOR JOBS

Students who have not been offered a job

by their internship company or who were

not interested by the offer they received, are

invited to a cocktail party where they can

meet over a dozen representatives of fi rms

bringing job vacancies. Students and fi rms

are encouraged to pursue their conversation

beyond the Meet & Greet event in the

selected rooms reserved on campus for that

purpose. All companies are selected

according to students’ expectations and

the existing ties between the school and the

fi rms (available for Winter intake only).

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CAMPUS LIFE

ON CAMPUS

Located just outside Paris, EPITA shares its campus with other high-technology IONIS schools. On-campus, students have access to computer labs and

facilities 24/7. In addition to the computer labs set up for networking, 15 specialized laboratories have been created, adding up to a total of 4000sq. meters

dedicated to technical equipment. At the cutting edge of technology, EPITA always seeks ways to infuse the latest developments into its infrastructures.

The internet connection at the school runs 1Gbps, permitting 2,500 work stations to work simultaneously. In addition, the whole campus is Wi-Fi

connected, enabling students to use mobile devices anywhere. Voice over IP (VoIP) is also possible throughout the network.

CULTURAL INTEGRATION

We believe that international communication is a true competency that needs to be acquired through dedicated study. Therefore, our team has created a

week-long Cultural Integration Program led by our multicultural experts. The week is launched by a day of Orientation during which you not only meet

your classmates and gather informative program related information but also discover the campus and the breadth of the experience you are starting.

The week includes a series of workshops, French language crash-courses and cultural events all catering to cementing your fi rst immersion.

Furthermore, during the Fundamental Semester students attend our Getting Over the Cultural Shock seminar designed to insure students a stable

insertion within their new communities.

ON-CAMPUS CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Taking responsibilities within a club is no small job: EPITA give to its students a tool

kit and guides, training cycles for its members, a pedagogical team of support, etc.

Because students make schools, EPITA encourages creativity and spontaneity

of its student body. And it works!

The proof: a growth of over 30% of events per year and a healthy turnover

of activities...

To describe a few: while EpiWORLD is the on-campus international student

association, EpiBOOK recycles and gives back books to the community and

UNISSON mixes electronica music. Once on campus, which clubs or associations

will you get involved with?

RESOURCES & PRE-DEPARTURE TIPS

GET INFORMED

GET READY FOR DEPARTURE

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Begin preparing your stay visiting the following websites in addition to your local French consulate

for visa issuance:

French Government:

http://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en/france_159/studying-in-france_2192/index.html

Campus France:

http://www.campusfrance.org/fr/

Paris City:

http://www.paris.fr/english

Scholarships:

http://www.cnous.fr/index.php?lg=en&refresh=1

Visit our website and check-in with our offi ce

for health insurance, airport pick-up, housing

& your packing list detailed information.

Our team conducts yearly recruiting tour

around the world so make sure you connect

online to meet us in your hometown.

Also, EPITA hosts a series of OPEN DAY

events on campus from November to April

and you are welcome to plan an individualized

visit if you are in France or Europe.


TESTIMONIALS

Mehul JAIN

Phuoc DAI NGUYEN

Nationality: India

Work experience: 3.5 years

International Program: ITM (Newly ISM)

Nationality: Vietnamese

Work experience: 1 year

International Master Program: CS

“Having 3.5 years of professional experience in IT industry, I was looking

for a course which aimed at providing sound knowledge of the fundamentals

of IT strategic planning and IT implementation and organizational

management. The International Master’s program at EPITA far-beyond

exceeded my expectations by providing me the course I was looking for.

The training methodology and course content by the experienced industry

faculty were very good. The courses

are well designed which caters

the needs of today’s dynamic IT

environment. It is truly amazing to

have teachers with over 20 years of

professional experience sharing their

knowledge and experiences with

the students. There are also special

training sessions like the French

language course, Presentation skills,

Interview and CV preparation which helped me build my soft skills. Overall,

my experience with EPITA has been very positive and truly amazing.”

Geovana SALVADOR

“After completing my Bachelor degree in Computer Science in

Vietnam, I was interested in doing a Master’s course in the fi eld of

computer security in an international environment. I came across

EPITA’s Graduate Engineering Program with specialization in

computer security through their website and immediately applied

for this program. As luck would have it, I got a scholarship from

my country (Vietnam) for this program. My aim is to obtain more

knowledge in the fi eld of computer security and use this knowledge

to serve my country. EPITA and France have so many technical

advances to share with the rest of the world and I view

this International Program

as a means of distributing

this knowledge. The

teachers at this institute are

very friendly and always

ready to help. Being in

Paris, communicating with

French people in their own

language is a challenging

but enriching experience. This program is the platform for a real

experience in an international and multicultural environment.”

Nationality: Bolivian

Work experience: 6 months

International Master Program: SE

“With 6 months of experience and a Bachelor’s Degree, Geovana Salvador, Bolivian student wanted to master in Software

Project Management. She decided to join the Software Engineering Program at EPITA. She speaks about her experience...

I wanted to focus on Software Project Management. While being at a French language institute in Bolivia, I came to know

about the prospects of going to Paris and studying in a Graduate School of Engineering. I got good grades in my undergraduate

studies and thus quickly obtained a scholarship for this Master’s Program at EPITA.

I am the fi rst sponsored Bolivian student to be enrolled in an IT program in France. There is a great deal of depth and

breadth in the Software Engineering program at EPITA, with various interesting subjects including innovation and

change management. I am certain this course curriculum will provide any enthusiastic graduate with an excellent entry

into a career in Project Management. It is a real career booster!

The professors here are well experienced in their fi eld, and they brought real-life examples to the class and to our conversations.

Thanks to this practical training and my knowledge of French language, I easily found an interesting and well paid

internship in project management. I am very happy and looking forward to working as a project manager in this multinational company.”

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5 GOOD REASONS

TO APPLY TO EPITA:

1Become a world leader in IT

2 Secure a full-time job prior to graduation

3 Study in English yet in the heart of Paris

4 Prepare for real-world global challenges

5 Fit your mind to foresee IT advances

CONTACT US: international.masters@epita.fr

Phone: ++33 (0) 1 80 51 71 37; Fax: ++ 33 (0)1 80 51 71 31

Website : http://masters.epita.fr

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