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Computer Networks

Admission Requirements

Engineering training in the Computer Networks Specialization is open to foreign students with an L3 (Bachelor), M1 or M2 (undergraduate or postgraduate) qualification. This course is appropriate for potential project managers in information systems and systems administrators and integrators.
Outwith specific agreements with partner universities (Universidade Federal de Campina Grande in Brazil, IASI University-Romania, Academia Tehnica Militara in Bucharest, Romania, Jagiellonian University in Krakow-Poland, Ho-Chi-Minh City University of Technology and Hanoi University of Technology-Vietnam) applications will be examined on a case by case basis.


The 4th year of Esisar (M1 year) is organized into two periods: one semester dedicated largely to academic education and an industrial project semester dedicated to the completion of a full time contract within industry.
The 5th year (M2 year) is also organized into two semesters: one dedicated to more in-depth education of a particular subject in the Specialization chosen, the other dedicated to the End of Studies Project i.e. a 5 month placement in a laboratory or industry.
More precisely, the first semester is made up of a common core of 5 ECTS (business techniques, languages, sport) and one specialty module worth 25 ECTS.

Overview and Career Opportunities

This Specialization trains engineers in how to design, develop and integrate complex advanced information systems and how to adapt to the evolution of languages and technology. The technological domains involved are mainly computing, networks and systems.
The main career options are:
  • Project Manager: software development, system integration
  • Systems, networks, telecommunications, software administrator
  • Specialist in Internet, Intranet and multimedia technology
The main sectors of employment are intermediate-high technologies, Small and Medium Enterprises, integration (service, telecommunications, transport and logistics, car industry, aeronautics, etc.)

Information on Available Scholarships

Are you a foreign student with a Master level qualification wanting to study at one of the six engineering Schools of the Grenoble Institute of Technology ?
You can find all the funding schemes available for your course in Grenoble on the Bourses en Accueil page of our website at


For those requiring additional information on all the sources of academic funding, contact the Service de Coopération et d'Actions Culturelle (Cultural action and cooperation service, CSAC) of the French Embassy in your country.

mise à jour le 19 mai 2010

French State controlled diploma conferring a Master's degree

French State controlled diploma conferring a Master's degree

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Academic Contact

For further information, you can contact the Head of International Relations at Esisar, Mr Laurent LEFEVRE.
+33 (0)4 75 75 94 64       
Laurent Lefevre
Serv. Relations Internationales


For an L3 application:
30th January to 30th April: Submission of application online
Before the 10th May: Submission of application to Grenoble INP-Esisar

For M1 or M2 applications:Submission of application:
Before the 1st May for admission the following September (1st semester)
Before the 1st October for admission the following February (2nd semester)

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Further Information

Courses Taught in English
A few cases withstanding, courses will take place in French.
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