The objective of the Master of Science 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 of Science in Informatics
at Grenoble is a highly competitive, two-year European Standard (LMD) graduate program offering training in the areas of Embedded, Distributed, Mobile and Interactive Systems, Graphics, Computer Vision, Robotics, Intelligent Internet Systems, Secure Systems and Cryptology. Courseware is offered in the English, and the program is open to top students holding European Bachelors of Science in Computer Engineering or Computer Science (European LMD Licence), a degree in engineering, or an equivalent degree, from any country. The program is open to students from the local ENSIMAG school of engineering in Informatics and applied mathematics, students from the Grenoble University Polytech school of engineering, as well as masters students from the University Joseph Fourier's UFR-IMAG.