The SUPMICROTECH-ENSMM engineering degree

An international reach!

Being an SUPMICROTECH-ENSMM graduate means benefiting from sound training, with a truly international dimension that is acknowledged on the job market. An international mobility lasting at least three months must be completed in the form of study semesters, industrial internships or in the framework of a dual degree.

What is the SUPMICROTECH-ENSMM degree?

Accredited by the CTI (Engineering Qualifications Commission) the SUPMICROTECH-ENSMM engineering degree is accessible via conventional, initial training, or an apprenticeship, as well as continuous training.
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The school recruits at Baccalaureate + 2 years level and awards its degree after a three-year course, giving the title of Master’s. This label gives the degree international recognition and ensures SUPMICROTECH-ENSMM engineers are much sought-after on the worldwide job market.

The degree themes consist of getting a good grasp of systems engineering, essentially in the areas of micromechanics and acoustic-optical-electronic microsystems for designing and making the products of the future in the transport (mainly aeronautics and space), luxury goods and precision engineering, instrumentation and biomedical sectors, as well as regarding energy and the environment.

A dual degree, a choice asset

It is possible to give your degree a broader scope by choosing to take a course between two of SUPMICROTECH-ENSMM’s partner establishments, in France or abroad. Students who make this choice thus benefit from a dual degree, rewarding their achievements in the two establishments.

Abroad, students can stay for 18 months in one of the nine partner universities and schools. When added to trilinguism, this dual degree opens the door to the greatest international companies. The partners are:

  • Karlsruhe Hochschule and Ilmenau University in Germany,
  • Uberlandia University in Brazil,
  • Université de Sherbrooke in Canada,
  • Barcelona engineering school in Spain,
  • Turin University in Italy,
  • Tokyo University in Japan,
  • Rabat engineering school in Morocco,
  • and Ivanovo University in Russia.

On the national level in France, the Polyméca network offers the students a dual-degree pathway over four years.
The engineering students take their first and second years of training in the school in which they have been accepted, and they then have the possibility of doing a second year-two and their year-three in another school in the network. They can thus highlight the broad range of their skills.

Polyméca brings together SUPMICROTECH-ENSMM and ISAE-ENSMA in Poitiers, SUPMÉCA in Paris, ENSTA Bretagne in Brest and ENSCI in Limoges.

Pursuing prestige studies

Engineering students who have graduated can pursue their studies with a thesis by enrolling in the SPIM (Engineering Sciences and Microtechnologies) Doctoral School, in partnership with the University of Franche-Comté and thus obtain a PhD in Engineering Sciences and Microtechnologies

A stress-free introduction to working life

The prospects

Openings are guaranteed in cutting edge sectors of activity such as the automotive industry with 24% of hirings, followed by aeronautics and space with 23% and the metallurgical sector with 19%. The luxury goods sector with nearly 13% comes next in this classification just ahead of the biomedical sector with more than 5% of hirings.

The main functions occupied by our engineers - according to the latest surveys conducted with our graduates, showing that engineering in research and development represents 54% of jobs - are the proof of the SUPMICROTECH-ENSMM engineers’ high standard of recruitment. Design, production and methods represent 46% of recruitments.