Where are they now?

This Program is accredited by the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation to award a "grade de licence", which is the official undergraduate degree in French higher education.

This accreditation makes our students eligible for Master and graduate level programs, both in France and abroad.

Meet our alumni

Kayo at Carnegie Mellon University

Kayo Yin

Kayo double-majored in Mathematics and Computer Science. Currently pursuing her Master’s in Language Technologies at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, USA, she's also working as a research assistant in NeuLab.

Kevin at TUM

Kevin at TUM

After graduating in the Maths & Physics double major, Kevin moved to Munich where he has started his studies in the Quantum Science & Technology Master’s Program, jointly hosted by the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (LMU).

Louis at University of Cambridge

Louis de Benoist

Louis de Benoist is a French former student of the Bachelor of Science (double major in mathematics and computer science), who grew up in the United States. He's currently a Master’s student at the University of Cambridge, studying Machine Learning.

Damien at Ecole Polytechnique

Damien Bradelle

Damien double-majored in Mathematics and Physics. He's currently pursuing his studies in the Ingénieur Polytechnicien program at Ecole Polytechnique in France.

Antonin at Cambridge University

Antonin Jean

Antonin double-majored in Mathematics and Physics. He's currently pursuing a MASt in Physics at Cambridge University.

Louis-Maël at Oxford University


Louis-Maël double-majored in Mathematics and Economics. He's currently pursuing a MSc in Economics for Development at the University of Oxford.

Sunho at l'X and HEC Paris

Sunho BX21

Sunho double majored in Maths and Computer Science. He's currently in the X-HEC MSc Data Science for Business program.

The alumni association of École Polytechnique

Every Bachelors' student will automatically join l'AX (Alumni association of l'X).

l'AX coordinates the community of l'X graduates and strengthens the bonds of solidarity between them. With nearly 30,000 alumni throughout the world, it has developed a network of nearly 140 approved alumni groups, including approximately 45 professional groups in France and 17 groups worldwide.

Today, more than 20% of former graduates live outside France, l'AX has then appointed ambassadors in several cities to be their points of contact, organise events and ensure the reception of newcomers to their country.