ESILV’s “Computer Science” programme has obtained the MSc-Master of Science accreditation from France’s “Conférence des grandes écoles.”
Last January, ESILV received a favourable opinion for the accreditation of the MSc-Master of Science programme entitled “Computer Science”.
After having prepared and applied for accreditation, the submission received a favourable opinion during the plenary session from the “Conférence des grandes écoles” Accreditation Committee.
As a result, the “Computer Science” programme has officially obtained the MSc-Master of Science accreditation.
ESILV’s MSc Computer Science in a nutshell
The courses in this MSc Computer Science programme are designed to balance theory and practice within a multidisciplinary environment effectively.
By developing technical and behavioural skills, it enables students to be operational in business to start a successful career in IT, digital innovation, and development. The latest trends in information technology are studied, in line with the demands of our partner companies. But above all, students learn to train throughout their life in a context where technologies are evolving rapidly.
For those willing to change the world and get a modern education in computer science, ESILV gives students the technical skills and knowledge needed to get 21st-century jobs.
In a fast-changing world, students must acquire the skills needed to adapt and evolve, both in a professional career and in a company. ESILV offers an international 1-year MSc program in Computer Science that allows students to specialize in Digital Technologies.
ESILV MSc Computer Science students aspire to lead roles right after graduation. Some of these are Application analyst, Applications developer, Cybersecurity analyst, Data analyst, Forensic computer analyst, Games developer, Machine learning engineer, Penetration tester, Software engineer, Systems analyst, UX designer, Web designer, Web developer…
What is an MSc – Master of Science?
Created in 2002, the MSc – Master of Science label of the “Conférence des grandes écoles” is awarded to a course of study that delivers a master’s degree diploma.
This training, accessible after a bachelor’s degree, is mainly sought by any candidate wishing to pursue an international career.
At least 50% of the course is delivered in a foreign language and enables foreign students to acquire a high level of specialised professional education aimed at the company’s primary functions, the scope of which is firmly turned towards international markets.
The MSc is a one-year programme for students who have completed an undergraduate degree or its equivalent. This is usually a Bachelor’s degree in a related field with a general volume of time equal to or greater than 450 hours over a minimum of 10 months. This programme delivers a master’s degree diploma upon completion. The MSc degree is recognized as a postgraduate degree at the master’s level.
At the end of the course, it offers a compulsory “company” assignment, which can take various forms and last a minimum of 4 months, as well as the production of a dissertation that a jury defends.
What schools can obtain this accreditation and label?
Only schools that are members of the Conférence des grandes écoles CGE can apply for accreditation for the MSc label and will be entitled to deliver the labelled certification.
Learn more about or apply to the MSc Computer Science programme