At the cutting edge of new technologies, the energy and digital engineer can find his or her way in many sectors of activity, including aeronautics and telecommunications.
Why become an engineer in the energy and digital fields?
Choosing UniLaSalle's Energy Engineering and Digital Systems program means opting for a curriculum that will give you the keys to :
- Contribute to the energy transition, particularly through the design and implementation of renewable energy solutions
- Design, size and control energy production and distribution systems
- Analyze, design and integrate electrical systems with a view to sustainable development
- Design and implement modern industrial systems integrating the tools and technologies of the digital revolution, such as digital mock-ups, virtualization, augmented reality, the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence and 3D printing
- Design and secure the architecture of a network and a computer system
- Master the design and integration of cybersecurity solutions
- Design and deploy IoT services and architectures
- Campus : Amiens
- Initial training under student or apprentice status / Continuing education leading to a diploma
- Access: after a pre-engineering "Energy - Digital" cycle, admission on the basis of a qualification or the Ingéni'Up competitive examination
- Degree accredited by the Commission des Titres d'Ingénieur (CTI), Master's degree and European EUR-ACE® label until 2024-2025
- Tuition fees: consult here
The training program
The Energy and Digital Systems Engineering program is accessible after two years of pre-engineering studies.
It is structured around 4 main stages:
- Go LaSalle, a first international experience as of the 1st semester
- 1 semester of common core
- 3 semesters within the option of your choice
The last semester can be carried out in a partner university, in France or abroad, within the framework of an exchange semester, a double-diploma or a diploma stay.
- The end-of-studies project, which is based on an internship in a company or a research internship for students, or on the long period in a company for students following an apprenticeship program.
It gives rise to the writing of the end-of-studies thesis and an oral presentation.
* Go LaSalle does not concern students who choose the apprenticeship route. The 1st year of the engineering cycle by apprenticeship is made up of a common core and an option which will be followed until the end of the 5th year.
Between the pre-engineering cycle and the engineering cycle, students are required to do a one-month work placement in the company of their choice.
This is a good way to discover the different jobs they will encounter later on in the company!
The Environmental Engineering curriculum includes two internship periods, allowing students to benefit from a 10-month experience in a company, in addition to the 4 weeks of internship in the pre-engineering cycle.
The assistant engineer internship (4 months)
Carried out at the end of the 2nd year of the engineering cycle, the assistant engineer internship consists of carrying out technical and operational missions within a company or an institutional organization.
The student is placed in a situation of autonomy: he/she becomes familiar with the problematic of the internship, is confronted with professional practice (ability to adapt, sense of analysis, rigor in the execution of tasks, interpersonal skills), with a view to developing his/her personal and professional skills.
The following will be taken into account in the evaluation of this internship
- the approach taken in the search for the internship,
- the ability to adapt (methods, tools, internal processes)
- the ability to step back from the work that was done during the internship.
The end-of-studies internship (6 months)
The final stage of the engineering training at UniLaSalle, the end-of-studies internship enables the student to work on an engineering-level problem within a company or research center.
This internship gives rise to the writing and oral defense of the end-of-studies thesis.
As of the 2024-2025 academic year (therefore applicable to future students entering the 1st year of the pre-engineering cycle at the start of the 2022 academic year), the Energy Engineering and Digital Systems engineering training will be enriched by at least one compulsory 4-month stay abroad via the Go-LaSalle program. This stay at a Lasallian university is replaced by courses and an 8-week internship abroad for students entering the 1st year of the engineering cycle via parallel admission.
The student can add a second international experience in the last year of the engineering cycle, in the form of a semester, a double-diploma or a stay leading to a diploma at a partner university.
Take advantage of your first international experience through the Go-LaSalle program!
20 partner universities of the Lasallian network located in the four corners of the world welcome you during the 1st semester of the engineering cycle to enable you to discover another study context.
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