Advanced Master Satellite Communication Systems (SATCOM)
The master program benefits from the strong connections with the aerospace and defence industries developed by ENSEEIHT and TELECOM SudParis. It is tailored to provide students with necessary and up-to-date knowledge for mastering different aspects of digital communications, signal processing, and networking applied to communication or navigation systems. Such systems are strategic for space applications.
This program focuses on: a global approach of system design and analysis; simulation tools and techniques; on an expertise in signal processing, digital communications, networking, etc.; and on applications for the space domain.
Entry requirement: Master degree in science or engineering / Bachelor degree with 3 years of professional experience Duration: 1 year Location: Toulouse Language: English Selection: Academic application + TOEFL/TOEIC/ IELTS Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles
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Marie-Laure Boucheret - Teacher at ENSEEIHT, Head of Advanced Master Satellite Communications Systems
What do you mean by Bac+6 on your site? Is it the French system? This means nothing to me.
How long has this program existed in English, and why did ENSEEIHT feel the need to recruit international students?
What software should I be familiar with before entering this program?
Hello. I have a bachelor’s in geography from the University of North Texas and a GIS certificate. Would I qualify for this program?
How does local industry participate in this program with so many telecoms and aerospace companies located in Toulouse?
What kind of site visits do you organize for students during the academic year? Is it possible to visit a satellite assembly and testing site?
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Do you have any training simulations in place, for programming for example?
How active is your alumni network? Is it possible to network with alumni as a student?
What is expected for the professional thesis and internship?
Work in labs and companies in the aerospace industry is often confidential proprietary information. How does the school address this with what I can include in my thesis and what information the supervisor has access to if they are not authorized?
Is it possible to continue into a doctoral program at ENSEEIHT after this master?
Do you have university and research partnerships that could be advantageous for students?
Are the professors in this program full-time academics or do they work in the local telecoms and aerospace industry?
On a more practical matter, what's the English fluency of French students and teachers in France. Should I be worried if I can't speak French? Thanks for allowing us to ask questions by the way.
What expertise and advanced technology does France have in satellite communications that other countries such as China or the US do not have?
What is the ENSEEIHT campus like? Is it convenient to the city center of Toulouse?
How is the class schedule organized? What’s the ratio of time spent in the classroom, lab and outside work?
Does ENSEEIHT have a job placement system to help us find work?