Program objectives

  • Prepare students at an advanced specialised level to meet present and future scientific and technological challenges in digital industries and enterprises
  • Develop research skills to engage in quality and successful research
  • Prepare students for leading positions in private and public organisations in research and development departments

Student learning outcomes

At the end of this program, the students in the «Industry 4.0 Computer Sciences Master» will be able to:

  • Identify and analyse the functional and non-functional requirements of digital organizations (industries and enterprises)
  • Design and model multi-dimensional architectures resulting from the integration and coordination of Internet of Everything entities (IoT, Data, People, Services and Cloud Computing infrastructures, robots, 3D printers, etc.) aimed at satisfying the requirements of digital organization
  • Develop and implement a proof of concept system integrating the various Internet of Everything dimensions
  • Design and conduct experiments in order to test and evaluate Industry 4.0 systems
  • Review, analyse, and interpret the body of scientific literature, contemporary issues and innovations computer sciences and information technologies disciplines
  • Carry out a research project aimed at developing a state of the art and at identifying and solving scientific and technological challenges in the context of the Industry 4.0

Prospects for employment

  • Digital Mentor
  • Collaborative Robots Expert
  • IT/OT Integration Manager
  • Industrial Big Data Scientist
  • Lean 4.0 Engineer
  • Digital Ethics Officer

Detailed program facts

  • Starting in: Applications are opened every year from December, to start on September next year
  • Program intensity: Full-time / Duration: 1 year / Credits: 60 ECTS
  • Languages: Fully taught in English
  • Delivery mode: On Campus at both ENIT (Tarbes) and LIUPPA Laboratory (Anglet)
  • Head of the Master Program: Professor Ernesto EXPOSITO and Associate Professor Hedi KARRAY

Detailed program

Admission requirements


Minimum required score: CECRL B2 level in English


Applicants must hold a Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Science or equivalent


Applicants must be fluent in English, both in writing and speaking. An applicant whose native language is not English has to take a recognized international English test


Administrative tuition in France is determined at a national level. The French Ministerial Order of April 19, 2019, amended on June 9, 2020, sets university tuition for a Master's Program as follows: European nationals: €243, extra-European nationals: €3770.

For the academic year 2023-2024, the Board of Directors has extended its policy of automatically providing a partial reduction of these fees at the UPPA. As a result, extra-European nationals will be granted automatic partial reductions such that they will be able to pay the same enrollment fees as European nationals.

Extra fees: 


In addition to academic tuition, most students must pay a student body fee (CVEC, which cost €100 in 2023-2024). 



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