In an environment where information and communication technologies are rapidly evolving and essential to all businesses, IMT Nord Europe is committed to training professionals capable of creating value through in-depth knowledge and understanding of information and communication sciences and technologies.
Over the past 20 years, more than 1,000 employees have obtained the IMT Nord Europe engineering diploma through continuing education. Designed as blended learning (face-to-face and distance learning), it enables professionals to remain available for their company and their family.
Technology Project Management
Communication and Technical Leadership
Systems Administration Expertise
Advanced Software Development
Ensuring the quality and reliability of IT systems and networks
Data Analysis, Collection and Interpretation
Perspectives and professions
- Design and technical support engineer
- Network engineer
- System integration and validation engineer
- Equipment architect, hardware engineer
- Deployment, maintenance and development engineer
- Network and telecom software architect
- Internet, intranet and multimedia technology expert
- IT operations manager
- Information systems consultant
- Security architect
- Application design engineer
- Information systems manager
- Technical sales engineer
- Hold a degree (Bac +4 or higher) in IT or telecoms, and at least 3 years’ professional experience.
- In the absence of this justification, the candidate may be admitted via a Validation des Acquis Professionnels (VAP) after having put together a specific file that takes into account skills, particularly scientific and technical, and professional experience.
To obtain the diploma, trainees must demonstrate a sufficient level of English (TOEIC 605 points minimum) at the end of the course.
Selection is based on applications and tests:
An eligibility jury examines the applications received.
Candidates are informed of the decision by email, and those who qualify are invited to sit the admission tests.
The admission tests are organized over one day and include :
- a computer science MCQ
- an English MCQ;
- an interview with the jury.
Candidates are then notified by email of their admission.
To obtain an application file, please send an email to the following address
Training lasts 12 months.
Start date : september 2024
End of training : october 2025
The engineering course covers a total of 1,190 hours (including the final project) and lasts around 12 months.
The training program is specifically designed to enable employees to pursue both their training and their professional activities.
Some weeks of training (one per month) are classroom-based and full-time; others alternate with work:
Full-time classroom training: 35% of the hourly volume, i.e. 12 weeks of training at IMT Nord Europe, Lille site.
On-the-job training: 65% of the hourly volume. 2 to 3 hours per day on average (except for specific weeks devoted to the end-of-studies project and study report). Some methods are flexible in terms of time (self-training); others, such as virtual classes, bring all trainees together with the teacher/expert; dates and times are therefore pre-established.
To compensate for the lack of reference points that blended learning can induce, the relationship between the trainee and the school is ensured by a pedagogical assistant who can deal with, or arrange for the handling of, any problems, difficulties or information relating to the training course.
This person is physically present during face-to-face weeks, and can be contacted by telephone and e-mail outside these weeks.
Training takes place on the Villeneuve d’Ascq campus in the Lille metropolitan area: Cité Scientifique, Rue Guglielmo Marconi, 59653 Villeneuve d’Ascq.
Eligible for the Personal Training Account (CPF)
Eligible for the Professional Transition Project (PTP)
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