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1 Director of Overseas Programs
Présentation par: Dr. Vanita Misquita Ph.D. Director of Overseas Programs

2 Welcome to the 21st Century IIT.
Welcome to the 21st Century IIT.

3 Among the world’s most beautiful American college campuses
According to FORBES MAGAZINE, October 2011 “….. the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago…admirers of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the master of international modern architecture, pointed to this school’s cluster of steel-and-glass buildings, including S.R. Crown Hall, Alumni Hall and the Chapel, as the epitome of beauty and order. Furthermore, great modern architects, such as Rem Koolhaas, continue to be admired and included in the growth of the campus. In other words, the school exhibits an independent and longterm vision for the look of its Campus”.

4 Pourquoi étudier aux Etats-Unis
Expérience culturelle Possibilité de travailler pendant un an avec un visa F1 Diplôme américain reconnu internationalement Reconnaissance sur le marché du travail Doctorat

5 Our Location IIT: Illinois Institute of Technology
Location: Chicago, Illinois

6 Chicago #1- technologies de pointe (nano-tech & bio-tech)
#1 - industries de fabrication Centres de recherche internationalement reconnus (Argonne Natl Labs, FermiLab, NCFST)

7 Chicago 11,500 personnes travaillent pour 115 entreprises françaises à Chicago (St. Gobain, Schneider Electric, Veolia Environnement & Culligan…) Connections nationales et internationales ( 3300 vols/jour)

8 Facts about Chicago Third largest city in the U.S. (8 million)
25 miles of lakefront 15 miles of bathing beaches 552 parks 46 museums art galleries 7,000 restaurants 200+ theaters, 15 T.V. stations, 100 radio stations, 13 daily newspapers

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11 Pourquoi étudier à IIT Université réputée (College of Distinction)
Recherche de pointe Chicago Parmi les 100 premières écoles d’ingénieurs aux Etats Unis

12 Nobel Laureates from IIT
(L-R: Herbert Simon (Economics): Jack Steinberger (Physics): Leon Lederman ( Physics): Herbert Simon Nobel Prize Economics Jack Steinberger Nobel Prize Physics

13 SR Cho, Chairman Hyosung Group
National Medal of Science & Nobel Peace Prize Susan Solomon Stemgrimur Hermannsson Former Prime Minister of Iceland Sam Pitroda Adviser to Prime Minister India         Former President of Lithuania Valdas Adamkus Father of Cell Phone Martin Cooper Some more alumni. Bob Growney, former CEO of Motorola, Marty Cooper father of the mobile phone. SR Cho, Chairman Hyosung Group IIT graduates become leaders.

14 la devise d’iit

15 Magnetic tape data storage

16 Marvin Camras IIT B. S. EE 1940; M. S
Marvin Camras IIT B.S. EE 1940; M.S. EE 1942 Inventeur de la bande magnétique Born in Chicago in 1916, Camras was known to his family as an "inventor" by the age of five In the late 1930s, Camras was studying electrical engineering at the Armour Institute of Technology (now the Illinois Institute of Technology). Camras spent a fifty-year career at Illinois Institute of Technology, where he taught until 1994.  By the time of his death in 1995, he had earned over 500 US and international patents for his work. He was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in 1985, and in 1990 he won the National Medal of Technology.

17 Marty Cooper ( Ancien élève d’ IIT (B. S. EE 1950; M. S
Marty Cooper ( Ancien élève d’ IIT (B.S. EE 1950; M.S. EE 1957) Inventeur du téléphone portable 1st Cell Phone – 1973 (« The Brick ») –weighed 2.5 pounds!! Named one of the best inventors of all time for his work on the first personal cell phone in the "Best Inventions of the Year" article in the October 30 Time Magazine 2007 2nd invention – A new wireless Internet system called iBURST that puts high-speed data transmission at your fingertips!!

18 Ed Kaplan (Alumnus of IIT) (B.S. ME 1965) Inventeur – Code Barres
CEO and Chairman, Zebra Technologies Ed Kaplan, one of Chicago's most successful technology entrepreneurs, studied at IIT, where he graduated with a bachelor’s in mechanical engineering At 26 years old, Kaplan he invented the Bar Code and co-founded cutting edge Zebra Technologies, the bar-coding company

19 L’histoire d’I.I.T. Fondé en 1890 ‘College of Distinction’
Premier « Hub » international pour les vehicules hybride-electrique Le centre national pour le « Perfect Grid »

20 8 écoles à I.I.T. Armour College of Engineering and Science
College of Architecture College of Psychology Stuart School of Business Chicago-Kent College of Law School of Design School of Applied Technology College of Science & Letters

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23 Illinois Institute of Technology
Membre de l’Association des Universités Technologiques Indépendantes (17 membres) I.I.T. Carnegie-Mellon CalTech M.I.T. M.S.E R.I.T….

24 2009 Fall Total Enrollment: 7,707
Our students come from more than 90 countries.

25 Quelques chiffres 69% hommes 31% femmes 12 étudiants par professeur
31% étudiants internationaux $60 millions de financement de recherche par an

26 IIT’s Perfect Power System http://www.iit.edu/perfect_power/
IIT will become the flagship Perfect Power System in the U.S. which will confront & model a solution to the global energy crisis Established in conjunction with the Galvin Electricity Initiative, Dept of Energy & IIT

27 What will be IIT’s Perfect Power System?
Smart grid & technology-ready infrastructure Self-sustaining electricity infrastructure Intelligent distribution system & system controllers Onsite electricity production Demand-response capability Sustainable energy systems & green buildings/complexes

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29 “Illinois Institute of Technology to Lead Wind Energy Research Consortium”
“ U.S. Department of Energy Invests Up to $8 Million for University-Led Effort to Improve Wind Generation”

30 « Success Story » Julien Branlard begins work at Fermilab today as the first John Bardeen Engineering Fellow. A recent graduate of the Illinois Institute of Technology, Julien Branlard is the first recipient of the John Bardeen Engineering Fellowship. "Julien will make an outstanding addition to Fermilab," said Ralph Pasquinelli, Accelerator Division RF Department Head and the inspiration behind the fellowship. "He's an articulate, talented team player who will hit the ground running with his outstanding engineering skills." Branlard began his studies in France and transferred to the Illinois Institute of Technology in After graduating with a Ph.D. in electrical engineering last December, he began looking for a way to continue his work in the United States Fermilab Today 2005

31 Partenaires En France ° ENSEA, Paris-Cergy ° INP Group, Grenoble
° INSA, Strasbourg, INSA Lyon ° UtBM ° ESIEA, Paris/Ivry/Laval ° ENAC, Toulouse ° ENSMA, Poitiers ° ENSEIRB, Bordeaux ° ENSIETA, Brest ° EISTI, Cergy ° ESEO, Angers ° ESME, Sudria

32 Partenaires En Espagne: ° Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (UPM)
° Universidad Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC) ° Universidad Politecnica de Valencia (UPV) ° Universidad de Seville ° Universidad de Navarre, (Tecnun) ° EHU, Bilbao

33 Partenaires En Allemagne: ° Technische Universität, München
° Techische Universität, Freiberg ° Bauhaus Universität Weimar

34 Partenaires industriels
Boeing IBM Coca-Cola AT&T Dell Computer Corp. McDonald’s Energy Power Marketing Corporation TellLabs Microsoft Motorola Nec Technologies Lucent Technologies Samsung Telecom General Motors Western Electric CTA Xerox ……..

35 Les Spécialités Ingénierie: Science: Architecture Psychologie Gestion
Génie Civil, Génie Chimique, Génie Electrique, Mécanique et Informatique, Métallurgie et Matériaux Science: Physique, Chimie, Biologie, Biochimie,Biophysique, Informatique, Applied Physics Architecture Psychologie Gestion Information Technology Management Industrial Technology & Operations

36 Interdisciplinary Themes – Complex Problems – Research areas
Energy and Sustainability Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research Perfect Power initiative Improving the Quality of Life Pritzker Institute of Biomedical Science and Engineering National Center for Food Safety and Technology. , Humanizing Technology Sustainable Innovation, Healthy Environments and Urban Habitats Computation and Decision-Making

37 Calendrier academique
Semestre d’automne (Fall Semester) Fin août – mi-décembre ( Date limite – 1er mai) * * * * * Semestre de Printemps (Spring Semester) Mi-janvier – mi-mai (Date limite – 15 octobre)

38 I & IV: DOUBLE DIPLÔME ou Post-Diplôme II & III: PROGRAMME DE
PROGRAMMES I & IV: DOUBLE DIPLÔME ou Post-Diplôme II & III: PROGRAMME DE RECHERCHE ou STAGE d’été

39 Double Diplôme (Ingénierie)
2nd/4th Year 3rd/5th Year 1st/3rd Year IIT Grande Ecole Grande Ecole IIT Master of Science Diplôme d’Ingénieur

40 Programme 4 Spécialisation 4ème année
2nd/4th Year 3rd/5th Year 1st/3rd Year Grande Ecole Grande Ecole Grande Ecole PFE 4th/6th Yr IIT Specialization

41 MASTER’S DEGREE Master’s Degree = 30 ou 32 crédits
(Chaque cours vaut 3 crédits i.e. 3 heures par semaine avec un professeur) 32 crédits = ~11 cours Dispense de deux cours (cours Grande Ecole validés par IIT) = moins 6 crédits M.S. à IIT pendant 1 an (2 semestres) = 30/32 – = crédits

42 Liste de dispense de deux cours
ENSEA: ECE 409, 415, 434, 441, 448, ou 511 ENAC: ECE 403 et 437 ESIEA: CS 530, 532 ou 583 INSA Lyon: CS 532, CS 583, CAE 533 & 551 ENSIB: MMAE 511 et 521 Grenoble INP: INTM 408, 502 ENSEIRB-MATMECA: CS 520 et CS 542 EIVP: CAE 518 & CAE 525

43 Master of Science 20 - 25 crédits = ~7 - 8 Cours
1 - 5 crédits = Projet de recherche 26 crédits = Master of Science

44 La recherche - PFE Option 1:
Accomplir la recherche en industrie pour le ‘P.F.E.’ L’étudiant a la responsabilité de chercher un travail en industrie La durée est entre 5-6 mois pour répondre aux exigences de l’école (mai à septembre ou novembre)

45 La recherche - PFE Option 2:
Projet de recherche avec un professeur à IIT Informer votre professeur de votre intention de faire un projet dès le début de l’année Vous commencez la recherche à mi- temps le semestre de printemps (Mi-janvier-Mi-mai) et plein temps de mi-mai – fin septembre La durée est entre 5-6 mois et l’étudiant doit identifier le sujet de la recherche à IIT

46 Double diplôme (Ingénierie/Science)
Sélection par la Grande Ecole ou l’établissement partenaire TOEFL 90 iBT minimum ou IELTS 6.5+ GRE général Formulaire d’inscription(IIT Graduate International application checklist.shtml 2 lettres de recommandation Lettre de motivation (Statement of Purpose) Date limite d’envoi: 1er mai (semestre d’Automne) et 15 octobre ( semestre de printemps)

47 TOEFL OR IELTS (Ingénierie/Science)
IIT’s TOEFL Policy ( effective Fall 2011) Students with an iBT OVERALL SCORE OF 90 and above may be unconditionally admitted ( if all other elements meet IIT’s admission requirements) Students with an iBT score of less than 70 will NOT be admissible Students with an iBT overall score of 70 – 89 will be placed into ESL courses on the basis of their scores in three of the four sections: Listening Comprehension, Reading Comprehension & Writing A score of less than 20 in a section would place that student into the corresponding course – ENGL 051, ENGL 052 and ENGL 053 respectively at the regular cost of tuition per course for the year Currently there is no course for the Speaking section – but this may change effective Fall 2012 – check for all updates regarding TOEFL minimum requirements on the link

48 The GRE General Exam The exam comprises 3 sections:
Verbal (multiple choice) out of 800 Quantitative (multiple choice) out of 800 Analytical (essay) out of 6 Schools look at a combined V & Q score minimum score range of /1600 Analytical score range 2.5 – 3.5/6

49 REVISED GRE GENERAL TEST
In August 2011, the GRE revised General Test replaced the GRE® General Test. Featuring the new test-taker friendly design and new questions, the revised test more closely reflects the kind of thinking you'll do in graduate or business school and demonstrates that you are ready for graduate-level work. Verbal Reasoning — Measures your ability to analyze and evaluate written material and synthesize information obtained from it, analyze relationships among component parts of sentences and recognize relationships among words and concepts. Quantitative Reasoning — Measures problem-solving ability, focusing on basic concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry and data analysis. Analytical Writing — Measures critical thinking and analytical writing skills, specifically your ability to articulate and support complex ideas clearly and effectively.

50 The GRE GENERAL REVISED TEST http://www. ets
VERBAL REASONING The Verbal Reasoning section measures your ability to: analyze and draw conclusions from discourse; reason from incomplete data; identify author's assumptions and/or perspective; understand multiple levels of meaning, such as literal, figurative and author's intent select important points; distinguish major from minor or relevant points; summarize text; understand the structure of a text understand the meanings of words, sentences and entire texts; understand relationships among words and among concepts Featuring new types of questions, the Verbal Reasoning section measures your ability to understand what you read and how you apply your reasoning skills.

51 The GRE GENERAL REVISED TEST http://www. ets
QUANTITATIVE REASONING The Quantitative Reasoning section measures your ability to: understand quantitative information interpret and analyze quantitative information solve problems using mathematical models apply basic mathematical skills and elementary mathematical concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, probability and statistics With increased emphasis on data interpretation and real-life scenarios, this section has new types of questions that require you to show your quantitative reasoning ability. To reduce the emphasis on computation, the computer-based test includes an on-screen calculator. And, if you are taking the paper-based test, a calculator will be provided at the test center.

52 The GRE GENERAL REVISED TEST http://www. ets
ANALYTICAL WRITING The Analytical Writing section measures your ability to: articulate complex ideas clearly and effectively support ideas with relevant reasons and examples examine claims and accompanying evidence sustain a well-focused, coherent discussion control the elements of standard written English The Analytical Writing section requires you to provide focused responses based on the tasks presented, so you can accurately demonstrate your skill in directly responding to a task.

53 GRE General (OLD SCORE) MINIMUM Requirements per department at IIT (Master’s Level)
Dept. Of Mechanical, Materials & Aerospace Engineering Q+V = 1100 (650 in Q), A = 3.0 Dept. Of Electrical & Computer Engineering Q+V = 1100, A = 3.5 Dept. Of Computer Science (MAS/MS) Q+V = 900(MAS)/1000 (M.S.), A = 2.5/3.0 Dept. Of Civil, Architectural & Environmental Engineering Q+V = 900, A = 2.5 Dept. Of Chemical & Biological Engineering Dept of Physics (MAS/MS) Q+V = 1000/1100, A = 2.5

54 GRE General (OLD SCORE) MINIMUM Requirements per department at IIT (Master’s Level)
Dept. Of Industrial Tech & Mgmt V+Q = 900, A = 2.5 Dept. Of Information Tech Mgmt Food Safety & Technology V+Q = 950/1100, A = 2.5 Dept of Biology V+Q = 1100, A = 2.5 Dept of Applied Math Dept of Chemistry ( MAS/M.S.) V+Q = 1000/1100, A = 2.5 For all departments, it is highly recommended to achieve a minimum of 700 in the Quantitative section of the GRE general

55 CONCORDANCE TABLE – GRE revised scores (Quantitative & Verbal)
The scores below represent typical thresholds used by the IIT Graduate departments, and new score ranges are provided. Previous GRE Scores (Combined)             New Score Range (Combined) 900                                               292 (Minimum for MAS) 950                                                                                                         295 1000                                                                                                       298 (Minimum in general for M.S./Ph.D. though depts will have specific minimums) 1050                                                                                                       301 1100                                                                                                       304 1150                                                                                                       307 1200                                                                                                       310 1250                                                                                                       313 1300                                                                                                       316 1350                                                                                                       319 1400                                                                                                       322 1450                                                                                                       325

56 Département de Génie Electrique & Informatique (www. iit
Département de Génie Electrique & Informatique (www.iit.edu/engineering/ece) Specializations: Communication Theory & Signal Processing Networks, Electronics & Electromagnetics Power & Control Systems Computer Engineering Computer Hardware Design Computer Software Systems Networks & Telecommunications

57 Département d’Information Technology & Management (www. iit
Département d’Information Technology & Management (www.iit.edu/cpd/itm/programs/) Master of Information Technology & Management ( 30 c.h.) Specializations: - Healthcare Information Technology - IT Management & Entrepreneurship - Voice & Data Communication Technology - Data Management - Internet Development & E-Commerce - Software Development - Systems Administration - Computer & Network Security Technologies

58 Département d’Informatique http://www.iit.edu/csl/cs/
Master of Computer Science Master of Computer Science with specialization in computer networking & telecommunications Master of Computer Science with specialization in Information systems Master of Computer Science with specialization in software engineering

59 Master of Computer Science with Specialization in Business
33 credit hours 24 credit hours in CS and 9 credit hours in Business At least 20 CS courses must be at the 500-level GRE general required Application to CS department is sufficient Cost for Business courses will be EXTRA. At the Stuart School of Business the cost is 1488 USD per credit hour ( Aug.2011-May 2012) IIT Paris International Alliance scholarship will NOT APPLY TO STUART SCHOOL OF BUSINESS COURSES Weblink:

60 Master of Computer Science with Specialization in Finance
33 credit hours 24 credit hours in CS and 9 credit hours in Finance At least 20 CS courses must be at the 500-level GRE General required Application to CS department is sufficient Cost for Business courses will be EXTRA. At the Stuart School of Business the cost is 1488 USD per credit hour ( Aug.2011-May 2012) IIT Paris International Alliance scholarship will NOT APPLY TO STUART SCHOOL OF BUSINESS COURSES Weblink:

61 Département de Génie Chimie (www.iit.edu/engineering/chbe/)
Master of Chemical Engineering Master of Food Process Engineering Master of Science in Food Process Engineering Master of Science in Chemical Engineering Master of Biological Engineering

62 CHOICE OF COURSES AT IIT
IMPORTANT POINTS TO REMEMBER: Not all courses are offered all of the time Some courses will be offered once every two years Some courses will be offered once every year Some courses will be offered each semester Some courses may not be offered/opened if there are less than 10 students registered for the courses What you should do? Regarding electives, discuss with your professor at your home university, the elective courses you will need to take for validation & alternatives & submit only once admitted In this case, it is imperative that once selected, you submit complete documents to IIT for an early decision well before May 1

63 Coût pour un étudiant d’une Grande Ecole en Ingénierie ou Science (Coût août 2011 – mai 2012)
Frais d’inscription pour un Masters (32 crédit heures) à I.I.T. ($1056 par crédit) = $33,792 Dispense 6 crédits (2 cours) $ 6,336 Bourse d’I.I.T. ( de 12 crédits) $ ,672 Total à payer = $ 14,784 ou €10,870 *(Taux de change: 1 Euro = 1.36 USD 28/09/11) * (Les frais d’inscription par crédit vont changer à partir d’août 2012)

64 Double Diplôme (Ingénierie/Science) – IIT Coût – août 2011 – mai 2012
26 c.h. $27,456 BOURSE 12 c.h. $12,672 Coût $14,784(€10,870)

65 Master of Computer Science with Business/Finance Specialization – IIT Coût – août 2011 – mai 2012
18 c.h. + 9 c.h. (Bus) $19,008 + $13,392 = $32,400 BOURSE 12 c.h. $12,672 Coût $19,728(€14,505)

66 Autres Frais (Ingénierie/Science)
août 2011 – mai 2012 Assurance $830 (pour 1 an) €610 Service Fee $710 (par sem - €261) U-Pass (Transport) $250 (par sem - €92) Activity Fee $200 (par sem - €74) New Student Fee $100 ( one time only) Graduation Fee $264 (one time only) Total $2,354 ( 1 an ou €1731) Mise à jour – frais d’inscription: Taux de change: 1.36 USD = 1 Euro ( 28/09/11)

67 Les bénéfices Voiture neuve = €11,000 Sortie du garage = -20%
Master’s d’IIT : €11,000 Sortie d’IIT = Salaire: €40,000 (+30% aux US )

68 Les débouchés Trois possibilités : Travailler aux U.S.
Salaire net : $60,000 net (€44,000) 2. PhD 3. Rentrer en France

69 IIT Application Procedure- Double degree Master’s (Engineering)
Submit online application – - Will receive an ID number Ask school to send your transcripts certified in the native language & English directly to Graduate admissions indicating your ID number by post Professional Statement and 2 letters of recommendation must be completed ONLINE with ID number to Grad Admissions TOEFL and GRE scores – ask ETS to send them directly to IIT Chicago – Institution code 1318 Financial support form must be mailed BY POST in original (http://iit.edu/graduate_admission/pdfs/financial_support.pdf)

70 Contact person at IIT Graduate Admissions – for Master’s program
Contact person at Graduate Admissions, only once application has been submitted: Ms. Jessica Heilema Financial Support form in original, & transcripts in original, by post to: Office of Graduate & Professional Enrollment c/o Illinois Institute of Technology 203 Perlstein Hall 10 W 33rd Street, Chicago, IL 60616 USA Phone:

71 IIT’s STUART SCHOOL OF BUSINESS (www.stuart.iit.edu)
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN PROGRAMS OFFERED BY IIT’S STUART SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ???? IF YES, the next 6 slides provide pertinent information

72 IIT’S MS FINANCE PROGRAM RANKED AMONG THE TOP GLOBAL PROGRAMS IIT Stuart's Master of Science in Finance degree program is ranked: ° 20th globally ° 3rd in the United States ° Stuart finance graduates ranked 5th for "career status" three years after graduation (Financial Times, June 2011)

73 Graduate Programs offered by IIT’s Stuart School of Business
Master of Business Administration Master of Science 1. Environmental Management & Sustainability 2. Finance 3. Marketing Communication Master of Mathematical Finance

74 PROGRAMS OFFERED BY IIT STUART SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Weblink: Master’s programs – 33 credit hours Possibility to receive transfer credit of 2 courses ( ~6 credit hours) Cost of tuition is higher ( Aug 2011-May 2012 – 1488 USD per credit hour) Admission degree requirements: - TOEFL 100 ibt or IELTS 7 + GRE/GMAT Scholarships of $6,000 OR $8,000 OR $10,000 for 1 year, possible BUT extremely competitive

75 IIT Application Procedure- Double degree Master’s (Stuart School of Business
Submit online application Will receive an ID number Ask school to send your transcripts certified in the native language & English directly to Graduate admissions indicating your ID number by post Professional Statement/ESSAY and 2 letters of recommendation must be completed ONLINE with ID number TOEFL and GRE/GMAT scores – ask ETS to send them directly to IIT Chicago – Institution code 1318 Financial support form must be mailed BY POST in original (http://www.stuart.iit.edu/shared/shared_gradadmissions/pdfs/financial_support_stuart.pdf)

76 IIT Stuart School of Business : Coût – août 2011 – mai 2012
27 c.h. $31,248 BOURSE ($6,000 ou $8,000 ou $10,000 Coût ($25,248 ou $23,248 ou $21,248

77 Autres Frais (IIT Stuart School of Business)
août 2011 – mai 2012 Assurance $830 (pour 1 an) €610 Service Fee $200 (par sem - €74) U-Pass (Transport) $250 (par sem - €92) Activity Fee $240 (par sem - €88) New Student Fee $185 ( one time only) Graduation Fee $264 (one time only) Total $1,969 ( 1 an ou €1447) Mise à jour – frais d’inscription: Taux de change: 1.36 USD = 1 Euro ( 28/09/11)

78 Programme II et III: La recherche ( Stage d’été ou PFE)
Effectuer votre projet (PFE) à IIT pendant 6 mois (http://iitparis.free.fr – cliquez sur Graduate Non-Degree Research Identifier le projet de recherche avant de partir avec IIT et votre école Visa J1 Possibilité de financement pour le frais d’inscription par un professeur ( 3 crédits = $3168 août 2011-mai 2012). Il n’y a pas de garantie (cela dépend du niveau des candidats, du nombre, et du financement disponible) La date limite de dépôt de candidature: 15 octobre (semestre de printemps) 15 avril ( semestre d’automne) 1 février ( stage d’été)

79 Program II - Research Procedure:
Selected by school – name submitted to IIT France Go to on Graduate non-degree and follow the steps Send required docs (incl certified copy of transcript in english only, VIA to IIT France office IIT France will distribute the dossier to the 3 professors you are asked to identify within 1 department at IIT Chicago MUST CHOOSE ONLY ONE DEPARTMENT AT IIT IF APPROVED BY THE PROFESSOR AT IIT, IIT France OFFICE will inform you, after which you will send your certified transcripts in the native language and english, and the Financial support form IN ORIGINAL BY POST, directly to the Department coordinator at IIT. You will be informed where to send the documents once approved. DO NOT SEND ANY DOCUMENTS TO THE GRADUATE ADMISSION OFFICE AS THEY DO NOT PROCESS RESEARCH APPLICANTS

80 LOGEMENT (août 2011-mai 2012) ° Résidence sur le campus (MSV – McCormick Student Village) : une chambre = $5,384 à $5,568 ( €439 à €454 par mois/par person) ° Gunsalaus Hall - $6,368 à $11,628 ( pax)=$606 à 1 pièce $1,292 (€520 à €950 par mois p/p) ° State Street Village (SSV) - $10,724 à $12,864 $1,191 (€876) à $1429 (€1050) par mois p/p ° Carmen Hall - $4604 à 13,154 = $511( €376) à $1462 ( €1074) par mois p/p Taux de change : 1 euro = 1.36 USD ( 28/09/11)

81 LOGEMENT (août mai 2012) En ville: ~ min. $900 (€330 -en co-location) ou €660 (studio seul) Repas: $1,608 (€131/m); $4,230 (€345/m); $4,830 (€395/m); OU, $ 5,080 ( €415/m) Taux de change: 1 Euro = 1.36 USD (28/09/2011)

82 Les Sites Web M. Patrick Bourbon President de l’UFEC
(L’Union des Français de l’Etranger de Chicago)

83 Les Sites Web IIT www.iit.edu TOEFL www.toefl.org
GRE general French American Chamber of Commerce – ou Mme Adele Martial-Gros(Scientific Attaché)

84 Les Sites Web des Départements
ARMOUR COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING COLLEGE OF SCIENCE & LETTERS STUART SCHOOL OF BUSINESS SCHOOL OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY

85 Illinois Institute of Technology
Envoyez les documents au Service des Relations Internationales de votre établissement. Pour tous renseignements: P: et cliquez sur Graduate Double degree ou Graduate non-degree research


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