The best example of our international cooperation is our international double degree programmes with partners abroad. These double programmes involve coursework on two different sites, alternating according to the year, that lead to an engineering degree from EPF and a top-level foreign degree.
A double degree programme with Germany starting in the first year : the french-german programme
The French-German programme with the Munich University of Applied Sciences is the only joint degree programme accredited by CTI. It leads to a French engineering degree and a German Master's in engineering.
Students enrol in this production and automation programme from the beginning of their curriculum at EPF.
Each class has around 30 students, half French and half German.
After spending their first year in their home institution and taking intensive language courses, students spend their 2nd and 4th academic years in Munich and their 3rd and 5th years at EPF.
Students have to perform internships in both countries.
Throughout the programme, students learn to be mobile, which makes graduates feel at ease in France, Germany or anywhere in the world, managing and organising projects in large industrial groups and innovative companies.
→ Find out more about EPF's French-German programme
International double-degree programmes
EPF offers different double-degree curricula which offer students of our partner universities the opportunity to earn the EPF engineering degree and EPF students a foreign degree.
Starting in the 4th year
French-Mexican programme with Monterrey Tec - MEXICO
Leads to the MAESTRIA (Master of Science) in addition to the EPF degree. Students may choose any current EPF majors except for aeronautics.
The Master's programme includes specialised coursework and a thesis that counts as the End of Study Project.
Students go to the TEC from semester 9 until they obtain their Maestria, usually for 3 semesters.
The Maestria is given immediately after the EPF degree.
Master at the University of Basque County in Bilbao
This programme leads to a Master's degree in the following fields: Production - Construction/Public Works- Machine design - Project management - Hydraulic engineering - Nuclear engineering - Thermal energy - Electrical engineering - Limited access: aeronautics
Curriculum : 4 years at EPF followed by 3 semesters in Spain
Coursework in semesters 9 and 10 and final project internship in semester 11