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Network n+i 1997 a.bouquelloen@nplusi.com

Paris (France)

75014 Network n+i, 79 avenue Denfert-Rochereau, Paris, France

Tel. 33 1 53 63 21 96

http://www.nplusi.com

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Year of establishment: 1997

The Network "n+i" is a consortium of over 50 French Grandes Ecoles d'Ingénieurs.
These engineering institutes have combined their international cooperation operations to offer a better service to foreign students.

With a single application Network "n+i" website http://www.nplusi.com, students can received academic proposal from over 50 engineering institutes of all fields of engineering.

Students can apply to different programmes:
- International Bachelor : a visit from 6 to 12 months in a French Engineering
Institute (under agreement with the foreign university).
- Master : a 2 year training, including 6 months of paid work experience (internship),
which leads to a master’s degree from a French Engineering Institute (diplôme
d’ingénieur or international master).
- Post-master : a 1-year programme of specialization in a specific filed of study for a
better integration into working life.
- Pré-Doc (Phd) : a programme dedicated to future PhD students to indentify and select the
most appropriate laboratory.
- Rendez-vous "n+i", a cocktail of culture, language and engineering: a 14-days
discovery programme of the French technological know-how.

Network "n+i" also offers three "track to success" packages for international students in France:
- A cultural integration package (PIC) : assistance during the whole duration of studies, welcome upon arrival, orientation sessions, tour of Paris, lodging, insurances, opening of the French bank account, transfer to the school
- A linguistic integration package (PIL): 8 weeks of intensive French language courses, lodging with a French host family, cultural activites
- A methodological integration package (PIM): semester of methodological, academic and linguistic adaptation as a part of the engineering training

Network n+i has been involved for several years in India and South Asia.
India is the second nationality of students coming to France with Network "n+i".
Network "n+i" also has a permanent representative in India to help students interested by engineering studies in France.

Network "n+i" as signed many cooperation agreements in India and South Asia, the complete list of universities is available here: http://www.nplusi.com/foreign-universities

HEI International Masters
HEI International Bachelors
PhD
Architecture Architecture
Biosciences Biosciences
Chemistry Chemistry
Computer Science and Information Systems Computer Science and Information Systems
Earth and Marine Sciences Earth and Marine Sciences
Engineering: Civil Engineering: Civil
Engineering: Electronic and Electrical Engineering: Electronic and Electrical
Engineering: General Engineering: General
Engineering: Materials and mineral Engineering: Materials and mineral
Engineering: Mechanical Engineering: Mechanical
Mathematics Mathematics
Physics Physics

masters

Network "n+i" offers a 2 year program in engineering, including 6 months of paid work experience (internship), which leads to a master’s degree (diplôme d’ingénieur or international master).

More than 141 masters are offered by over 50 engineering institutes in all fields of engineering including electronics, computer science, telecom IT, civil engineering, energy, chemistry, physics, mechanics, aeronautics, statistics, biotechnology, industrial, agronomy, agri-food, environment, geology…

bachelors

Network "n+i" offers programs of international bachelor (under agreement with the foreign university).

Student complete their last 6 to 12 months of their bachelor in a French Engineering institute, and get their bachelor degree of their home university.

scholarships

The French government directly finances higher education and thereby enables French and foreign students to significantly reduce the cost of their studies.

Additional funding options and scholarships exist to help finance the cost of studies:
- Grants from foreign nations (BGE),
- Grants from the French state (BGF),
- EU grants (Erasmus + programme etc.),
- Grants from French local authorities,
- Grants from companies,
- Grants from Network "n+i",
- Part time job or a year out to work,

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RECENT QUESTIONS

Q:

What are the admission tests to get admission for M.Sc in mathematics in France?

A:

Thank you for your interest for Network "n+i" and its masters in engineering. "n+i" is a network of 50 French engineering institutes located all around France and that offer 140 master programs in all fields of engineering. To be candidate to the 50 institutes, you make only one application online, free of charge. You will have to complete an application with your personal and academic information: transcripts of records, 2 recommendation letters, motivation letter and career plan letter. You will also have to take a mathematic test online and take an interview by Skype to talk about your motivation to study in France. Once your application is complete, all the 50 engineering institutes will look at your profile and will have the possibility to make you offers of master programs. You will receive several offers and among them you will choose the master and engineering institute the moste appropriate for you (according to your own requirements: detail of the program, tuition fees, ...). I advise to have a look at our search engine: http://www.nplusi.com/program-search For application and more information: www.nplusi.com Best regards, Mrs Anaïs Bouquelloen