Words from our director

Le Conservatoire national des arts et métiers (le Cnam), a prestigious French public institution with long-standing and deep scientific tradition, is under the supervision of the Ministry in charge of Higher Education. Three principal missions of le Cnam are: to provide Higher Education to adults, to advance Research and Innovation, and to spread out Scientific and Technological culture. With more than 220 years of history in diffusion of know-how and in contribution to professional success, le Cnam is the leading establishement in lifelong education.

Our department Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Applied Physics (EEAP), one of 16 departments in le Cnam, continues this legacy by expanding and developing technological innovation and science expertise.

We participate actively in the domains of Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Automatics, Metrology, Radiation Protections and Physics with qualified professors and experienced technical and administrative employees.



Master's degree

To pursue your studies in a French engineering school, our two year training program taught in English is an excellent choice, as you can prepare a Master's Degree in Telecommunications and Networks and, at the same time, explore French culture and history and integrate into a multicultural learning environment.

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Dual accredited master's degree

Our dual accredited Master's program in 2nd year with University Gustave Eiffel, has a special teaching team which combines University professors, and Associate professors from Conservatoire national des arts et métiers (Cnam), University Gustave Eiffel (UGE) and Télécom South Paris. Our teaching members coming from recognized research laboratories bring a truly added value to this Master's degree.

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