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Mathematical Modeling, Vision, Graphics and Simulation

Admission requirements

This graduate specialization is open to Grenoble INP-Ensimag students after their final year of bachelor studies.
Admission as a regular student for the two-year curriculum is open to foreign candidates holding a bachelor's degree. This leads to the French degree Diplôme d'Ingénieur Grenoble INP - Ensimag (Master of Science in Engineering).
It is also open to exchange and double-degree students from Ensimag's partner universities.

Courses taught in English

Each year some courses will be offered in English. Information on these courses will be updated on our website.

Application procedure and deadlines

Join us!
  • As a regular student following the 3 year curriculum
    • Web-based application
    • Deadline: early June, with notification of results in early July
  • As an exchange student for one or two semesters
    • Your university must have signed an exchange agreement with Grenoble INP - Ensimag
  • As a double-degree student (in the framework of double-degree bilateral agreements)
  • As a research intern in a research laboratory, Exchange student application forms submitted no later than
    • May 31st for an arrival in September (first semester)
    • November 15th for an arrival in February (our second semester)
    • At least three months before arrival for internships

Overview and career opportunities

This branch aims to train students as engineering consultants, design engineers or research engineers in the domains of imaging and multimedia, numerical modeling, scientific computation and visualization, statistical analysis and decision making.
This branch offers a range of applied mathematics and computer courses which provide the skills required for modeling, simulation and optimization of complex systems.
4 predefined options (Modeling, Computational Science and Simulation, Image, Virtual Reality and Multimedia, Decision-Making Aid, Bio-Informatics) develop a strong and coherent base in a specific domain which is complemented according to each student's choice of additional study.

The End of Studies Project

The second semester of the final year of studies is dedicated to this project (30 ECTS credits) which can be performed either in a research laboratory or in industry.
Through this final project, the student, as a full-time member of a working team, is able to synthesize the knowledge he or she has acquired and put it into practice in a professional context. The student is involved in a full-scale project. The results are presented in a project report to a committee made up of professionals and Ensimag Faculty members.

Information on Available Scholarships

Are you a foreign student with a Master level qualification wanting to study at one of the six engineering Schools of the Grenoble Institute of Technology ?
You can find all the funding schemes available for your course in Grenoble on the Bourses en Accueil page of our website at http://www.grenoble-inp.fr

Miscellaneous

For those requiring additional information on all the sources of academic funding, contact the Service de Coopération et d'Actions Culturelle (Cultural action and cooperation service, CSAC) of the French Embassy in your country.

Written by Patrice Uvietta

Date of update May 27, 2013

Université de Grenoble