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Master Year 2 Computer Science for Networks

Master Year 2 Computer Science for Networks

Program information will be updated when admission opens.

Year

Master Year 2

Program

Computer Science for Networks

ECTS Credits

60

Language

English

Orientation

Research and Industry

Locations

Palaiseau Campus 

Course duration

12 months, full time

Course start

September

Degree awarded

Master’s degree

WHY ENROLL IN THIS PROGRAM?

Asset n° 1 

Pursue a PhD or career in industry

Asset n°2

Gain practical experience through lab work and projects

Asset n°3

Benefit from the program’s strong ties with industry

The second-year Computer Science for Networks Master’s program enables students to understand, analyze and improve communication networks, as well as develop and define software for next-generation networks. It provides techniques and tools to tackle current questions through the in-depth study of computer science and complex networks. Students will also learn to master recent approaches based on advanced software engineering.

The program comprises core courses in computer science and networks, as well as optional modules in specific domains. These courses are taught from September to mid-February. Lab hours and projects are scheduled for students to practice and assimilate concepts more easily. High-quality lectures and project supervision are provided by renowned professors and industry experts. The program has strong ties with industry, and many courses and lab sessions are run by our industry partners. The program also provides a first research experience to prepare students for a PhD or career as a research engineer in academic or industrial organizations.

Objectives

This second-year program allows to students to:

  • Be initiated to research and acquire strong practical and theoretical knowledge in networks and computer science
  • Deepen their technical knowledge through computer science methodologies applied to networks, as well as discover emerging research topics
  • Master formal techniques for network analysis
  • Study and apply advanced software engineering techniques - e.g. software defined networks and containerization - to compute, improve and master the development of distributed networks

After graduation, students will have a wide range of opportunities:

  • Career in a research institute or university
  • Engineering positions in industry focusing on networks and communication systems
  • PhD at Institut Polytechnique de Paris or in industry

Course details will be available when admission opens.

Admission requirements

Academic prerequisites

  • Completion of the first year of a Master in computer science or related field at Institut Polytechnique de Paris or equivalent in France or abroad
  • Demonstrated basic knowledge in network protocols, object programming languages, mathematics and probability

Language prerequisites

English (B2): for non-native English speakers, a certificate is required (CEFR B2; IELTS: 5.5/9 ; TOEFL paper based: 550/677; TOEFL computer based: 213/300; TOEFL internet based: 79/120; TOEIC: 750/990; Cambridge: CAE (Certificate of Advanced English); CET-6 600)

How to apply

Applications can be submitted exclusively online. You will need to provide the following documents:

  • Transcript
  • Two academic references (added online directly by your referees)
  • CV/resume
  • Statement of purpose

You will receive an answer in your candidate space within 2 months of the closing date for the application session.

Fees and scholarships

Tuition fees will be communicated when admission opens.

Find out more about scholarships

Applications and admission dates

Admission page

Coordinator

Stéphane Maag,

Program office

Isabel-Mary Morgan,

General enquiries

master-admission@ip-paris.fr

Description

The second-year Computer Science for Networks Master’s program enables students to understand, analyze and improve communication networks, as well as develop and define software for next-generation networks. It provides techniques and tools to tackle current questions through the in-depth study of computer science and complex networks. Students will also learn to master recent approaches based on advanced software engineering.

The program comprises core courses in computer science and networks, as well as optional modules in specific domains. These courses are taught from September to mid-February. Lab hours and projects are scheduled for students to practice and assimilate concepts more easily. High-quality lectures and project supervision are provided by renowned professors and industry experts. The program has strong ties with industry, and many courses and lab sessions are run by our industry partners. The program also provides a first research experience to prepare students for a PhD or career as a research engineer in academic or industrial organizations.

Objectives

This second-year program allows to students to:

  • Be initiated to research and acquire strong practical and theoretical knowledge in networks and computer science
  • Deepen their technical knowledge through computer science methodologies applied to networks, as well as discover emerging research topics
  • Master formal techniques for network analysis
  • Study and apply advanced software engineering techniques - e.g. software defined networks and containerization - to compute, improve and master the development of distributed networks

After graduation, students will have a wide range of opportunities:

  • Career in a research institute or university
  • Engineering positions in industry focusing on networks and communication systems
  • PhD at Institut Polytechnique de Paris or in industry

Course details will be available when admission opens.

Admission requirements

Academic prerequisites

  • Completion of the first year of a Master in computer science or related field at Institut Polytechnique de Paris or equivalent in France or abroad
  • Demonstrated basic knowledge in network protocols, object programming languages, mathematics and probability

Language prerequisites

English (B2): for non-native English speakers, a certificate is required (CEFR B2; IELTS: 5.5/9 ; TOEFL paper based: 550/677; TOEFL computer based: 213/300; TOEFL internet based: 79/120; TOEIC: 750/990; Cambridge: CAE (Certificate of Advanced English); CET-6 600)

How to apply

Applications can be submitted exclusively online. You will need to provide the following documents:

  • Transcript
  • Two academic references (added online directly by your referees)
  • CV/resume
  • Statement of purpose

You will receive an answer in your candidate space within 2 months of the closing date for the application session.

Fees and scholarships

Tuition fees will be communicated when admission opens.

Find out more about scholarships

Applications and admission dates

Admission page

Coordinator

Stéphane Maag,

Program office

Isabel-Mary Morgan,

General enquiries

master-admission@ip-paris.fr