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Selection of courses for Spring 2024 (AY 2023-24) at CentraleSupélec

 

Dear Student,

Please read carefully the information below before starting your course selection.

CentraleSupélec's engineering curriculum spans over 3 years, (6 semesters).

Each semester comprises 2 terms: an Engineering Challenge term, in French Séquence Thématique or "ST", and an Academic Term, in French Séquence Générale or "SG".

 

CentraleSupélec's engineering curriculum, in relation to the French/European system

French university system/ European Higher Ed system

French "Grande Ecole" System

 

BSc.

1st year

Scientific and technological training (preparatory classes or university)

1st year

Semester 1

 

 
 

Semester 2

 
 

2nd year

Scientific and technological training (preparatory classes or university)

2nd year

Semester 3

 
 

Semester 4

 
 

Highly selective nationwide entrance examination

 

3rd year

CentraleSupélec

1st year

Semester 5

SG1

 

ST2

 

Semester 6

SG3

 

ST4

 

MSc.

4th year

CentraleSupélec

2nd year

Semester 7

ST5

 

SG6

 

Semester 8

ST7

 

SG8

 

5th year

CentraleSupélec

3rd year

Semester 9

SD9

 

SM10

 

Semester 10

SM11

 

Internship

 

 

CentraleSupélec's second year is open to exchange students, either during the Fall semester "S7" (September to late January) or the Spring semester "S8" (February to June), or both.

Detailed syllabuses can be found in the 2023/24 course catalog. Please note that minor changes can still occur before your arrival.

The usual course load of the Engineering Program is 30 ECTS per semester.

At CentraleSupélec, we require exchange students to select a minimum of ECTS:

  • Students applying for a full-year exchange (S7+S8): minimum 20 ECTS per semester.
  • Students applying for 1 semester (S7 or S8): minimum 15 ECTS per semester.

Please make sure to select enough courses to meet the requirements of your home university, but not below the minimum required by CS.

While filling this form, please keep track and write down the courses you are choosing, as there will be no recap at the end.

If you have any question, please send an email to Julie Castel.

The Incoming Mobility team
Department of International Affairs
CentraleSupélec