Tailor-made programmes


Network "n+i" offers to students in need a 6 to 12 months linguistic (French and/or English) and academic (mathematics, science, etc.) upgrading period in order to better prepare them to their Master training in France.

This “foundation year” is optional before a Masters' programme.

International Bachelor

The programme gives the opportunity to students from foreign universities to spend from 6 to 12 months of their Bachelor in a "n+i" engineering institution.

This period in France is dedicated to courses and/or research works or internships in a company. At the end of the stay, students obtain ECTS credits recognized by their home university.

The students are then eligible to a Master's programme in France.

Short programmes

"n+i" Short Programmes (stay of 24 days) are dedicated to the students, the professors, the administration staff of universities in engineering sciences who wish to live, in France, a unique cultural and linguistic experience associated with a discovery of scientific, technological and industrial know-how.

They can be tailor-made to make discover company's activities and its careers opportunities to students and/or professionals in engineering science.

The purpose is to highlight not only the culture but also the French know-how to produce as well as French High Tech.

"Job-oriented” Master's degrees

Companies often need engineers whose skills are at the borders of several fields of science and technology such as for example: urban or interurban transportation, which associate mechanics, materials, electronics, telecommunications, logistics, automatism, etc.

Network "n+i" offers educational engineering services to companies wishing to train engineers to its jobs according to a very adapted and tailor-made programme.

Curriculum development abroad

In order to support the development of partner universities to train engineers dedicated to the local industry, Network "n+i" offers educational engineering services.

As an example, the Network may drive the creation of a department of courses in science and technology based on the French model of engineering education, with the contribution of its member institutions.

Businesses established in the related country may be associated to the project in several ways: by participating in the courses, by recruiting students for internships or even by financing mobility scholarships to France.