UTBM offers an advanced five-year engineering degree (300 ECTS). The first two years of studies are called the preparatory cycle. They provide not only the foundational scientific and technical skills needed for further engineering education, but also a significant appreciation of humanities and social sciences.
You can enroll at UTBM at any level throughout the five-year program, from your high school diploma (Baccalauréat) onward.
You may also join the engineering cycle (three-year program).
UTBM also offers seven different master’s degrees and is jointly accredited with the University of Franche-Comté to deliver PhDs.
UTBM has established various dual degree programs with different universities across the globe.
The dual degree program allows the selected student to get a UTBM diploma as well as a foreign degree at one of our partner universities. Depending on the program, UTBM students will spend the last year of their studies in the foreign university, thus validating both programs. For some courses, students will have to spend an extra semester in the host university to be able to graduate.
Students from these partner schools can apply for a dual degree: Bachelor (home university), then engineering degree (UTBM):
- Sino-European Institute of Technology of Shanghai University (UTSEUS)
- Northwestern Polytechnical University (NPU)
Prepare a dual master’s degree in Computer Science:
Prepare a dual degree: Máster en Ingeniería Industrial (EPI Gijón) and degree in Mechanical, Industrial or Energy Engineering.
Students from HE Arc can apply for a dual degree: Bachelor (HE Arc), then engineering degree (UTBM).
Prepare a dual master’s degree with our Canadian partners:
Prepare a dual master’s degree with our partner in Colombia: