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Formation d'ingénieur sous statut apprenti (FISA) Génie électrique

  • Organisation: UTBM
    (Université de technnologie de Belfort Montbelliard)
  • Type of Course: Sandwich/Apprenticeship training
  • Language(s): French
  • Place: Belfort (French Regions: Grand-Est)
  • Prepared diploma/grade/title: Diplôme d’ingénieur (French national engineering degree)
  • Level of entry: French Baccalaureat + 2

Course Details

Objectives: The training of an engineer in electrical engineering by apprenticeship is based on the high-level equipment of the Energy department of the UTBM. The department has a training and technology transfer platform focused on land transport and energy. It allows apprentices to develop projects in line with existing and emerging technologies.

It also benefits from the industrial, university and international relationships and partnerships of the Energy department. Each year, apprentices complete 600 hours at school and 1000 hours in a company, in a gradual alternation. These alternations, between periods of training and in a company, make it possible to combine the acquisition of theoretical knowledge and its application in an industrial environment.

Organization of training
During the three years of training, lessons revolve around the fields of electrical engineering, power electronics, automation, industrial computing and electronics. Mathematics, project management, communication as well as English are also important points of the course.

The last semester of training makes it possible to apply the skills acquired within the framework of technical projects such as in a design office. Examples of projects carried out: electric kart, hybrid vehicle, autonomous robot.

Degree Level (EU) : 7 - (EQC level or equivalent)

Duration and terms: 3 years

Dedicated web site: https://www.utbm.fr/formations/ingenieur/genie-electrique-apprentissage/

Disciplines

  • Engineering Sciences

Topics

  • 7 - Electrical systems (generation, storage and management of energy), Actuators, Microsystems
  • 9 - Electronics, Microelectronics, Microwaves, Propagation, Antennas, Radar, Optics, Optronics