EISTI Graduate Engineering School

As an engineering school officially recognised by the State and made competent by the CTI (French Engineering accreditation institution) the EISTI’s vocation is to train future engineers in Mathematics and Computering. 

Top reasons to study here

  • Appreciating group work
  • Bringing together individual talent and collective success
  • Showing solidarity to our elders as well as those younger than us

Master's Programmes

Business & Management (2)
Computer Science & IT (1)
Natural Sciences & Mathematics (1)



  • 1983: The EISTI (Ecole Internationale des Sciences du Traitement de l’Information) opened its doors on the Cergy site
  • 1989: Recognition by the state as a charitable private technical higher education establishment
  • 1992: Authorization to deliver an engineering degree and titles, awarded by the CTI (commission for the title of Engineers)
  • 2016: Recertification ISO 9001


  • The teaching is built around lectures, theoretical and practical classes. Knowledge is acquired in classes with small numbers of students so as to increase efficiency. 
  • The school highlights competitive projects combining several class topics, in an effort to promote multidisciplinary teamwork and project management experience. You are in full control of your training.


As a top engineering school, it is the EISTI’s wish and duty to put the spotlight on research. That is why, parallel to discovery research, we are also focusing our efforts on finalized contracted research, and are working on developing many partnerships to this end with companies and promotion bodies. Our school also takes part in projects in several competitive clusters.


The EISTI Career Centre is a secure space dedicated to the school’s partner businesses which offers many functions. Students also have access to it.

The EISTI Career Centre is also a privileged space to communicate with students: businesses can broadcast videos, presentations of their different activities or professions, recruitment event ads, challenges, etc.


Housing services

  • Jean Baptiste de La Salle hall of residence
  • Les Estudines hall of residence
  • Château St-Sylvère hall of residence
  • Poséidon hall of residence
  • L’Alchimiste hall of residence
  • Résidence Édouard Martel

Student Life

Campus life

Built in 1989, the EISTI campus features four different buildings (Cauchy, Condorcet, Turing, Fermat). Fully fitted with modern equipment (including 3 videoconference-ready amphitheatres and video projectors in every classroom) and located near the student residence, it is reachable via RER A.

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