Professional bachelor's degree for computer networks and telecommunication

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Professional bachelor's degree for computer networks and telecommunication

Networks, mobility, security

Presentation and goals

The bachelor's degree is organized according to three training courses, which form three autonomous groups (from 15 to 20 students): initial French-language training, initial English-language training (WiNS, Wireless Networks and Security), block-release training - Click here for more information about the course in English (LP WINS)

These courses are treated as three autonomous groups (15 to 20 students). The lessons are organized in the following way : lectures (~15 %), tutorials, practice assignments, conferences, tutored projects, and practica (or experience in company). Lessons from Teaching Unit Disciplines related to science and technology (French communication, English communication, law) are not shared among the 3 groups to meet organizational or language requirements.

The trades covered by this training are those of intermediate technical staff in the field of networks and telecommunications. They require general skills to design, install, maintain, secure, and evolve all types of communication networks as well as distributed and collaborative networked communications tools.
This course offers a specialization for the deployment and the secure management of networks and wireless networks. These businesses currently offer numerous opportunities to network equipment manufacturers, service companies, telecommunications operators, Internet service providers (ISPs), telephony equipment installers, service companies and computer engineering companies, as well as companies, in any sector of activity, managing their own IT resources. In addition, it specializes in the deployment and maintenance of infrastructure and tools intended for collaborative internal use for companies and video broadcasting.



International dimension :

Internationally-oriented programmes


Registration and scholarships

Registration and scholarships

Access condition

This training can be accessible on file (and / or interview) to candidates with a diploma of level bac + 2 in the field, a diploma or title approved by the State level III or recognized at the same level, by national regulations, or by validation of acquired knowledge or studies.

Continuing education community : You are in continuing education :

  • if  you resume your studies after 2 years of interruption of studies
  • or if you were undergoing continuing education in one of the previous 2 years
  • or if you are an employee, jobseeker, self-employed person

 If you do not have the required diploma to enter the training, you can undertake a validation of personal and professional learning

Candidature / Application

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Target group

  • University technology diploma delivered by the IUT Networks and telecommunications
  • Advanced technician diploma IT services for organizations, IRIS
  • Bachelor's degree 2 scientific
  • Candidates who have a Validation of Higher Education in France or abroad or a validation of prior experience
  • Other University technology diploma delivered by the IUT, Advanced technician diploma and equivalent level training after résumé assessment

And after

And after

Further studies

The vocational bachelor's degree is a vocational training; the pursuit of studies remains exceptional. 

Vocational placement

In the 2014-2015 survey, 20 respondent graduates were in the labour market (employment+research). Of these, 88% were employed 30 months after graduation.