General admission criteria:
If you hold already a Bachelor’s degree: this degree should be in Science or Technology or Engineering (Physics, Chemistry, Metallurgy, Materials Science, Electrochemistry and related fields) or its equivalent from an internationally recognized higher education institution that is an official and recognized part of the national education system, and can be found on an official list or in an international handbook that is completed by some international organization (e.g. UNESCO).
If you are in the final year of undergraduate education: you may be admitted on the condition that your bachelor degree will be awarded before you enrol.
All courses are taught in English. Applicants are required to attach an official language test report to their application.
Acceptable language tests and their minimum scores:
IELTS (Academic IELTS only)
o Overall Band Score: 6.5
o Writing Band Score: 5.5
TOEFL (IBT = Internet Based Test, PBT = Paper Based Test)
o Total score: 92 (IBT), 550 (PBT)
o Writing score: 22 (IBT), 4.0 (PBT)
CAE/CPE (CAE = Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English, CPE = Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English)
o Grades accepted: A, B, C
The minimum requirements are very strict. If the applicant’s score does not fulfil the minimum requirements, the applicant is not eligible to apply and the application cannot be processed. IELTS, TOEFL and PTE results are valid for two years starting from the test date. The CAE and CPE results do not have an expiration date. If TOEFL institution code is needed, please use Grenoble INP code: 6050.
English language test exemptions:
Applicants who have completed a higher education degree:
- in an English-language programme requiring a physical on-site presence at a university in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom or the United States. If the degree includes studies from another university also these studies must be completed in English in such a country and university that exempts the applicant from the language test.
- at a university or polytechnic in an EU/EEA country in English. The language of the degree must be stated in the degree certificate or its appendix, the transcript of records or other official document, such as diploma supplement, issued by the higher education institution in question.