Application process for MSIAM / MoSIG / Cybersecurity / ORCO
The application for 2019 intake, will open on January 21st, 2019.
MSIAM, MoSIG, CySec and ORCO are highly competitive academic programs, with selection on the basis of prior academic and/or scientific achievement as documented by academic transcripts, a motivational essay, letters of recommendation and standardized test scores.
Students from countries where English language is not the primary language are required to provide evidence of Competence in English. (Native speakers are exempted). The requirement is waived for applicants from English speaking countries as well as applicants whose previous degree is from a program taught in English. English scores required for the MoSIG, MSIAM, CySec and ORCO programs: TOEFL IBT 78, CBT 210, Paper 547 / TOEIC 700 / Cambridge FCE / IELTS 6.0 min. This is equivalent to CEFR level B2.
For your information: in order to obtain your Master's degree you will need to show evidence of a B2 level.
For admission to the full two year program (MoSIG) you must have a Bachelors Degree of at least 3 years duration (equivalent to the European Licence).
For admission directly to the second year program (MSIAM-M2, MoSIG-M2, CySec or ORCO) you must have a 4 years Bachelors Degree or equivalent, or be currently enrolled in master's studies. The minimum requirement is to have earned at least the equivalent of 240 ECTS credits.
To be admitted to the program, candidates must have previously completed their undergraduate studies and been awarded a Bachelor degree in either Science (BSc) or Engineering (BEng) that includes courses in computing and solid practice in programming. Applications of candidates with bachelor in Computer Science or Computer Engineering will be preferably considered. Skills in mathematics (algebra, probability theory) and Informatics (C/C++/JAVA, algorithms, Computer architectures, Operating Systems principles), Data bases and software engineering are required.
To be admitted to the program, candidates must have previously completed their undergraduate studies and been awarded a Bachelor degree in Mathematics or Applied Mathematics.
To be admitted to the program, candidates shall have previously completed their undergraduate studies and been awarded a Bachelor degree in either Science (BSc) or Engineering (BEng) that includes courses in computing and solid practice in programming. Applications of candidates with bachelor in Computer Science or Computer Engineering will be preferably considered. Skills in mathematics (algebra, probability theory, arithmetics) are required for the optional courses on advanced cryptology. Admission of students is always at the discretion of the Master team which may require that the student attend pre training courses.
Who can apply?
To be admitted to the program, candidates shall have previously completed the first year of a master program (M1) in Computer science, Applied Mathematics or Industrial Engineering, or shall hold an equivalent degree. Basic skills in the following domains would largely be appreciated: probability theory, graph theory, linear programming, branch and bound. Candidates can contact the persons in charge of the master program to have references of books and/or articles on these domains to prepare at best.
Students from outside Europe
Etudes en France
This portal has been set up to facilitate the pre-registration process for 250 French universities and grandes écoles and to help you prepare your visa application.
List of countries: Algeria, Argentina, Benin, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chile, China, Colombia, Comoros, Congo, Côte d'Ivoire, Egypt, Gabon, Guinea, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Lebanon, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Peru, Russia, Senegal, Singapore (from the 1st of April), South Korea, Syria, Taiwan, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Vietnam.
Applying through Etudes en France is necessary to obtain a Visa, and you will have to enter your CEF number during the application process.
For countries not listed, you have to contact your nearest French Embassy or Consulate.
(Note that in the Campus France web site, our master's are listed under the Catalogue for Programs taught in English).
If you are not from one of these countries, you will need to contact the French Embassy for a student Visa. Attention: This process can cause long delays.
Whether or not you apply to Campus France, you have to complete your application for admission.
Admissions Process and application deadlines
The admissions committee will meet each month. For information the dates of you admission committees are:
You can check on your account, two days after each admission committee, you will be able to see the decision taken on your admission status
In case of admission, our registrar's office will be posting on your personal space your official admission letter. if you ned an original cpy you need to ask for it.
In case of refusal, Means and terms for appeals
Any appeal must be made in writing and addressed to the President of the Academic Accreditation Comittee (CVA) within two months from the publication of the results (administrative appeal). Within the same time period, the applicant also has the possibility of briging proceedings before the Administrative Court of Grenoble. Note for applications to master 1 programs: if your application is refused and in accordance with article R.612-36-3 of the education code, you can carry on your right to entering master’s studies to the rectorate of the academy through the national platform trouvermonmaster.gouv.fr. To do so, you must have applied to at least two master specialties ("mentions de masters »), and be refused for all the programs.
Practical information regarding your stay in Grenoble
Instructions for completing the online application process.
If you encounter difficulties or requests for information that you can not provide, please contact us at
Application requires uploading some documents:
Dernière modification le 12 / 02 / 2019 à 16h40