• The Master of Science in Computer science at Grenoble offers high level training in Computer science and prepares students to work in the fields of software and hardware engineering, as well as computer science research. The courses benefit from an important network (industry, experts, campus labs and researchers) and answers the strong demand of the socio-economical world.

  • The Computer Engineering program is a vocational or standard training towards generalist software engineering.

  • The objective of the Master of Science in Informatics is to offer to all students, regardless of country of origin, access to world-class graduate training in areas of Informatics where the scientific research community in Grenoble is particularly strong.

  • The Master program in Operations Research, Combinatorics and Optimization is one of the possible specializations for the second year of the Master of Science in Computer Science (semesters 3 and 4). The courses are taught in English.

  • Cybersecurity is a second year program (semesters 3 and 4) of the Mathematics and Computer Science Masters. Courses are in English and the program follows a first year Master 1 in mathematics or Computer Science or equivalent.

  • Cybersecurity and computer forensics is a second year program (semesters 3 and 4) of the Mathematics and Computer Science Masters.

  • The program Complementary Skills in Computer science is intended for students who have completed the first year of a Master’s degree in another scientific field, dual skills.


Program and application

> Academic programs

Programs Mosig, Cybersecurity and ORCO
> Apply on FSA

Programs Computer Engineering, Cybersecurity and computer forensics, Complementary skills and Master 1 
> Apply on Université Grenoble Alpes website

Tuition and financial aid

Compared to other European or Northern American countries, University studies in France are relatively inexpensive as Education is highly subsidized by the French government. Students studying a Master’s degree are eligible for merit-based scholarships.


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