IMT Lille Douai offers over 15% of the 1,500 places available every year to preparatory class students at the 12 Mines-Télécom entrance exam schools. IMT Lille Douai also offers an excellent post-secondary studies recruitment pathway. Finally, places are offered to French and international students, after selection based on applications or via recruitment sessions abroad.

These different ways of accessing courses via an excellent recruitment process (entrance examination or application-based selection) provide year groups with a wide variety of profiles. This combination of different backgrounds enriches the education through different approaches to engineering science.


Semesters in English for exchange student

IMT Lille Douai has developed a range of programs provided in English. International students get the opportunity to study semesters totally taught in English.

The specialised courses are :

Students from partner institutions

Students from IMT Lille Douai partner schools can spend part of their academic program or an internship in one of our research laboratories.

Courses at IMT Lille Douai are delivered in French and English for certain lectures and options. Research laboratory internships are open to English-speaking students. French as a Foreign Language (FFL) classes are organised during the program or in summer school.

If students from partner schools wish to come and study or complete a laboratory internship, they should get in touch with the Department of International Relations and Academic Partnerships (DRIPA) six months prior to the desired period in order to organise their stay according to their areas of interest and arrange their hosting arrangements (scholarships, accommodation, etc.).

Students from other institutions

IMT Lille Douai courses are accessible to all students regardless of their nationality. Admission to IMT Lille Douai is via an admissions procedure based on student records (1st or 2nd year of engineering cycle) or through the Geipi-Polytech entrance exam for admission into the 1st year of the basic cycle.

This entrance exam is accessible to all students in the last year of high school or who have graduated from high schools approved by the Agency for French Education Abroad (AEFE), that is nearly 500 institutions around the world.

Students studying for a European Baccalaureate in Science or a French-German S Baccalaureate may also register.