Studying at SIGMA Clermont

Master’s Degree Studies (diplôme d’ingénieur)

The SIGMA Clermont Master's Degree (Diplôme d'Ingénieur) is accredited by the CTI, the French ministerial accreditation agency.

You have several options if you wish to join us for degree-awarded courses: you can apply independently or via programs such as n+i or Campus France.
 

  • Full degree students start with the 1st year of Master’s level (S7).
  • All classes are given in French.
  • Courses also include social studies, economics and English.
  • In order to obtain the SIGMA master's degree, students are required to perform two different internships in companies.
  • Students wanting to study full-time must register and pay a full tuition fee, although tuition fees do not apply for students coming from partner universities.

We also offer dual degree programs for students from selected partner universities worldwide.

You can download course information and our application form in the right-hand column: "Documents to download".

Exchange studies

Within the framework of our agreements with over 90 universities around the world, you can join us for between one and four semesters for exchange studies and credit-awarded work. European students can integrate SIGMA via the Erasmus+ program, too. All classes are given in French.
 


The Erasmus+ program assumes fee-waiving at the host institution, including fees due to registration, exams, access to laboratories and libraries, etc.
This is applicable to all foreign students spending a period of studies at SIGMA Clermont within the scope of the Erasmus+ program. It also applies to students coming from partner universities who do not take part in the Erasmus+ program.
 


Incoming mobility students are nonetheless responsible for charges and expenses such as insurance, accommodation, photocopies, and so on.
 


You can download course information and our application form in the right-hand column: "Documents to download".

Project / Internship program

It is possible to carry out a university project or research internship lasting from 3 months to a whole semester.
 

  • We offer a wide range of topics in different areas in Chemistry and Mechanical and Industrial Engineering.
  • Students will have a hands-on learning experience through interactions with teachers, researchers and students.
  • This project work / internship can be performed entirely in English. We do, however, recommend that you have a basic knowledge of French.
  • The program is also open to certain undergraduate students.

International students can benefit from our student-mentoring program and have access to free French language classes.

You can download course information and our application form in the right-hand column: "Documents to download".