More than 2,000 students are enrolled in École Centrale d’Electronique (ECE), which opened its doors in 1919. With three campuses in Paris and Montreuil, the school remains a pioneer in science and technology education in France. ECE is accredited by the French Ministry of Education and Research and is a member of the Conférence des Grandes Écoles. ECE is a not-for-profit institution.
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Engineering students can earn undergraduate and graduate degrees in information systems, embedded systems, information technology and energy, information technology and healthcare, information technology and quantitative finance, information technology and transport, and telecommunications and networks.
Among ECE’s most prestigious programs are its master’s in engineering and major programs in embedded systems, information systems, and telecommunications and networks.
École Centrale d’Electronique offers Une grande école, pourquoi pas moi? (Why not a Grande École for me?), a program that provides support to high school students in low-income communities who are preparing for the competitive entrance to Grandes Écoles.
L’Usine Nouvelle and l’Etudiant have ranked École Centrale d’Electronique among France’s top five five-year engineering schools.