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Computer Engineer by Apprenticeship

Cybersecurity, data and multimedia science, artificial intelligence

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

* 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
  • 2nd or 3rd year Bachelor of computing
  • Intensive foundation degree

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

  • 1st year Master of computer science

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) .

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.


Laurent Le Calvez,
training manager

+33 (0)2 96 46 92 10