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Computing, Media and network engineering (training through apprenticeships)

Multimedia data engineering and service development

In partnership with the ITII Bretagne (Institut des Techniques d'Ingénieur de l'Industrie = Institute of Industrial Engineering Techniques), ENSSAT offers a specialised « Multimedia and networks computing » engineering training course incorporating an apprenticeship scheme* (block release training course, ongoing training and APEL).

See the pamphlet

* Diploma recognised by the Engineering Titles Commission.

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The training course is supported by the 'Pôle de Compétitivité Images et Réseaux', a certified Imaging and networks organisation.

Admission route

The course can be completed in three ways...

Initial training:

For students under 30 years of age

admission into the 1st year of the course upon completion of one of the following (or equivalent diplomas):

  • Computer technology degree (DUT)
  • Networks and telecommunications degree (DUT)
  • Multimedia and internet professions DUT (MMI, formerly SRC)
  • Computing and networks for industry and technical services BTS
  • Level 2 or level 3 computing degree
  • Intensive foundation degree

admission into the 2nd year of the course if the following qualification has been obtained:

  • Level 1 computing Master’s

Ongoing training:

To be eligible, students must have a DUT, BTS or equivalent diploma and have a minimum of three years’ professional experience.

Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning:

The diploma can be obtained through the APEL process for employees with a minimum of three years’ professional experience in a technical computing/networks arena.

Submitting an application

For the initial training course: you can view the entry selection dates and submit an application directly (in french) déposer un dossier.

For the ongoing training scheme: you can view the entry selection dates and submit an application directly (in french) déposer un dossier.

Career prospects

Having completed the training course, graduate engineers can become specialised professionals working as:

  • Multimedia services designers
  • Graphical tablet and mobile phone application developers
  • Project managers
  • Java Web experts
  • Rich media engineers
  • Man-to-machine interfacing designers
  • Software development coordinators
  • Networks and systems engineers
  • Telecommunications
  • Banking, insurance, e-commerce, etc.
  • Computing services and advising
  • Car manufacturing, aeronautics, etc.