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École nationale supérieure de physique de Strasbourg

 

École nationale supérieure de physique de Strasbourg

The Telecom Physique Strasbourg (TPS), former École Nationale Supérieure de Physique de Strasbourg (ENSPS) (National school of higher education in physics of Strasbourg) is a French engineering school in Strasbourg.

Opened in 1970, the ENSPS is a school dedicated to the education of engineers in different specialities related to physics. Located on the Esplanade campus of Strasbourg, classes of about 15 students achieved the school at its beginning. In 1994, the school moved to the Pôle API, in Illkirch-Graffenstaden, to be closer to laboratories and specialised companies. Nowadays, almost 100 students graduate every year.

As most schools of engineering in France, the ENSPS recruits its students after two years of post-bac intensive studies. The education at the school lasts for three years, and includes theoretical and practical education, training in companies and laboratories. The school offers different specialities:

  1. Image processing
  2. Software and network engineering
  3. Automatic control engineering
  4. Biophysics
  5. Electronics
  6. Photonics
  7. Physics and modeling

Each of these options can be obtained with a master's degree from the University along with the Master of Engineering degree.

The ENSPS belongs to the Polytechnicum Louis Pasteur and thus to the University of Strasbourg.

External links

  • (French) Official Site

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