FEMDP in Wireless Telecommunication and Network Systems

ICIT has recently entered into MoU with Institut Superieur d’Electronique de’Paris (ISEP) to have an arrangement to offer French Engineering Master Degree Program (FEMDP) as a Joint programme. ISEP, is a well known institute in France established in 1955 and has been offering engineering programs in Electronics and IT.

Course Name French Engineering Master Degree Program
Major In Wireless Telecommiunication and Network Systems
Course Fee 15,960 euros for the entire course.

11,970 euros for students taking admission to second semester after completing a Savitribai Phule Pune University Course.
Admissions First semester starts in September every year. Application forms should be submitted in July of that year.

Second semester starts in February every year. Application forms should be submitted in November of previous year.
Highlights and Benefits
  • Degree is recognized by the French government.
  • Also recognized as an international Masters degree within the European Bologna scheme.
  • TOEFL is required and can be completed after joining the program.
  • On-Site Experience Through Paid Internship
  • Fellowship / Scholarship Of French Government
  • Work permit available on request.
  • ISEP is a Branch of Catholic University of Paris and Affiliated to French Govt.
  • Entire course is taught in English.
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Course Syllabus

Topic - Click on topic to see details No. of hours
Semester I

Project-based Learning IT

  • DBMS: relational and object models, database schema, queries
  • Software Engineering
  • WEB architecture: client server, communication protocols
  • HMI: ergonomy, dynamic contents generation, formatting
180 hrs

Network Fundamentals

  • Network communication
  • Layer approach
  • OSI model
  • TCP/IP model
  • Network devices
  • Network addressing models
  • Communication channel
45 hrs

Java Programming

50 hrs

Mobile Networks

  • Architecture, engineering and monitoring of mobile networks and wireless networks
  • Radio Propogation Characteristics (noise, interferences, error correction)
  • Antenna and Radio-relay link
  • Communication protocol exchange between mobile terminals and networks
50 hrs

French Language Course

60 hrs
Total 385 hrs
Semester II

Systems Security

  • Information Systems Security
  • Web Application Security
  • Network Security
  • Introduction to Cryptography
  • Reliability, Performance and Redundancy of Epuipments and Services
  • Legal aspects and regulations
25 hrs

Local Network Switching

  • Ethernet Switching
  • VLAN
  • Spanning Tree
  • WiFi
25 hrs

Routing Protocols and Concepts

  • Static Routing
  • Dynamic Routing (RIP, EIGRP, OSPF)
  • Classless Addressing (VLSM, CIDR)
  • Distance-Vector Routing Protocols
  • Link-State Routing Protocols
50 hrs

Ambient Intelligence

  • constraints imposed by different types of ambient networks, in terms of power, interferences, identification, security, dynamical routing and the fundamental differences between ambient networks and hierarchical  communication networks.
  • access protocols, at physical and MAC layers.
  • dynamical routing protocols in ambient networks
25 hrs

Project and Introduction to Research

  • The project is composed of a case study. The students will be called upon to use the knowledge, design techniques and tools that they learnt through their course. Students interested in researchcan join one of ISEP's research team to work directly with faculty members.
60 hrs

Management Training

  • Supply and Demand
  • Firms and Markets
  • The Government and the Economy
  • Macroeconomics: Introduction
  • Monetary and Fiscal Policy
  • The Open Economy
50 hrs

French + English Language course

(60 + 25) hrs
Total 320 hrs
Semester III

Network Security

  • Implementation of different security methods
  • Securing access using firewalls and selection of associated network architectures (DMZ, NAT)
  • Securing Wireless networks
25 hrs

Broadcasting and Localisation

  • Satellites and GPS (Global Positioning System)
  • Geo-localization
  • Broadband and Optical Networks (xDSL, FTTH, DWDM)
  • DVB (Digital Video Broadcast)
50 hrs

Convergent services and Technologies

  • Vioce over IP (signalling, addressing, ....)
  • Unified communications
  • NGN, IMS (protocols and infrastructure)
  • Cloud Computing
50 hrs

Mobile Development

  • Introduction to the dedicated services for mobiles: what is mobile technology: everywhere and anytime; services by activity field (transports, health, trade, ....)
  • Handsets capabilities and market overview
  • Android development basics
  • Android tutorials
  • Project
50 hrs


  • The project is composed of an advanced case study. The students will be called upon to use the knowledge, design techniques and tools that they learnt through their course.
50 hrs

Management Training

  • Economics principles
  • Intercultural relations
  • Corporate organization
  • International sales
  • Communication, negotiation

50 hrs

French Language Course

60 hrs
Total 335 hrs
Semester IV


  • The internship with an international company  will enable to display valuable professional skills and attitudes developed during the three academic semesters. ISEP will help you in finding an internship. Companies usually give a stipend to the trainees.
6 months
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