14-16 rue Voltaire, 94270 Le Kremlin Bicetre
+33180517137 (Main Campus),
With its inception in 1984, EPITA (Graduate School of Computer Science and Advanced Technologies) is an Engineering School that trains experts who design, develop and improve the future of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). The pedagogy of the school focuses on giving students both the fundamentals of Engineering and the highest expertise in the fields of Computer Science and ICT.
EPITA is a reference for French students and multinational companies, which often recruit our students before the end of their studies, around 7,000 alumni working in nearly 2,000 companies in more than 40 countries. EPITA exists today in 5 cities in France: Paris, Lyon, Toulouse, Rennes and Strasbourg.
EPITA is a member of IONIS Education Group, the largest Privately Endowed Graduate Educational Group representing nearly 20,000 students in France and 65,000 alumni. IONIS Education Group counts 22 schools in 12 French cities and covers 3 principal areas: Business, Technologies and Innovative Education Solutions.
As a bilingual institution, EPITA provides programs taught entirely in English. The school has long term partnerships with prestigious institutions all over the world (64 institutions via the Erasmus programs and other exchange programs including dual degree agreements). In addition, EPITA has an extensive list of corporate partnerships (Accenture, Google, Microsoft, Société Générale, SAP, Orange, Siemens, Facebook, IBM, TF1, HP, Murex, Capgemini, Dassault, THALES, Sopra…). Over 95% of EPITA students are hired for a permanent job before their graduation.
EPITA is what we call in the French higher education system: “Grande École d’Ingénieur” delivering a “Diplôme d’Ingénieur” (Engineering Master’s) for its French speaking students and 2 master’s degree programs: Master of Computer Engineering (ME) and Master of Computer Science MSc–CGE for its English speaking international and local students.
Both degrees are fully accredited as Master’s Degree by the French authorities, the “Diplôme d’Ingénieur” is a five-year program after high school graduation and the master’s programs are a two-year program after an International Bachelor’s Degree.