IT Networks and Telecommunication

IT Networks and Telecommunication

A network is a set of objects (computers, mobile phones, printers, satellites, etc.) interconnected with each other. It allows elements to circulate between each of these objects according to well-defined rules.

Faculty of

Science and Technology

Training duration

3 years (Bachelor) 5 years (Master)

Training Objectives

The formation is intended to train technical executives capable of exercising the trades related to the installation, management, securing and maintenance of networks, as well as the application environments that use them. All types of networks are concerned: transmission network, fixed switched telephone network (PSTN), mobile networks, data networks (LAN, WAN, Ethernet, IP, QoS, etc.), fixed broadband access networks (ADSL, SHDLS, VDSL), FTTH and fiber optic access
By combining IT and telecommunications, the formation covers all the technical elements from data transmission to user service offer (application level) via telecommunications systems, network infrastructure and software development and Web architecture.
Students must be able to set up a company’s internal network, take care of its maintenance, install several applications (messaging, voice over IP, etc.) and secure this intranet. They must also be able to understand the complexity of current telecommunications systems, whether mobile or fixed (GSM, digital television, etc.)

Pedagogical Material
–          A practical network lab
–          Fiber optic welding workshops
–          A computer room with more than 50 PCs
–          Free Internet access on campus 24 hours a day
Opportunities  :
– Network administrator
–         Operations manager
–          Hardware and software maintenance manager for networks and/or telecommunications installations
–          Communications and Information Systems Architect

What are the conditions to be met to enroll in IT Networks and Telecommunication

  • First year : Hold a Baccalaureate C – D – F

  • Second year : Validation of 60 ECTS credits (2 semesters) of the first year

  • Third year : Accessible to holders of a BAC+2 or leaving LP2 of the domain deemed compatible

  • Master 1 : Accessible to students holding a minimum level of BAC+3 (180 ECTS credits) in the corresponding field

  • Master 2 : Have validated training in Master 1 of the chosen specialization or equivalent