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Specialist Engineer

Industrial Digital Systems

Apprenticeship

At a glance

  • Duration

    3 years

  • Profile / admission level

    2 years scientific & technical post-bac studies.

  • Diploma / leaving level

    5 years post-bac studies

  • Admission requirements

    Application and interview

  • Tuition fees

    Training financed by the OPCO of the company welcoming the student under an apprenticeship contract.

  • Type of training course

    Apprenticeship

Description

Dual competence in digital and industrial engineering

You will manage projects to develop digital information processing tools using connected solutions in an industrial context. You will master the transmission, storage and security of mass data. You will support the company in its deployment of a continuous improvement culture by optimising industrial resources to make production systems agile.

Developed in partnership with the Centre des Apprentis d’Alsace (CFA-CAA), accredited by the Commission des Titres d’Ingénieur (CTI), awarded a Conférence des Grandes Écoles (CGE) quality rating, and recognised by the State as being a Private Higher Education Institution of General Interest (EESPIG), this course produces engineers specialising in the field of industrial digital transition.

 

      

Programme

Apprenticeship training

This 3-year programme is punctuated by courses in engineering science, industrial and digital engineering, and management science. They are implemented during the professional training period in the corporate world. The engineering students define and implement their professional projects thanks to personalised guidance.

 

The “Learning by Doing” approach is based on experimentation and collaboration, which is reflected in the in-company training, the teaching dispensed by ECAM Strasbourg-Europe, a 12-week period of international immersion, practical work and team projects.

 

1st year of the specialised engineering course – Level: 3 years post-bac studies

The first year is dedicated to reinforcing the student’s knowledge of fundamental sciences (mathematics and physics), introducing digital and industrial engineering, learning about the workings of a company, and bringing the student up to speed in English. As for in-company training, the first year is dedicated to discovering how the organisation works.

 

Objectives

  • Consolidating the student’s understanding of industrial performance and digital engineering.
  • Developing scientific reasoning.
  • Gaining an insight into the organisation and functioning of a company.
  • Developing written and spoken English language skills.

The corporate world

The first year provides an opportunity for the apprentice engineer to discover the business world.

The sequence is 2 weeks in the classroom and 2 weeks in the company.

 

Projects

The first year projects allow students to discover the business world and take part in activities concerning digital and industrial issues.

2nd year of the specialised engineering course - Level 4 years post-bac studies

In the second year, the student’s knowledge and skills are further developed through digital and industrial engineering courses. Skills in electronics, management and communication complete the training. The learning of English is reinforced by a 12-week international mobility programme.

 

Objectives

  • Incorporating digital solutions to improve industrial performance.
  • Deploying continuous improvement measures to increase the agility of the value creation/production chain.
  • Modelling problems using scientific tools.
  • Understanding professional integration in an international context.
  • Learning about research and innovation.
  • Improving English language skills during an internship abroad.

 

The corporate world

The second year enables student engineers to acquire training in project management, covering human, organisational, economic and technical aspects.

The sequence is 3 weeks in the company and 1 week in the classroom as well as 12 weeks of international work experience.

 

Project

Student engineers take part in an in-company digital transition project.

3rd year of the specialised engineering course - Level 5 years post-bac studies

In the third and final year, the acquisition of professional skills continues through the implementation of engineering projects. During the last phase in the company, apprentices are required to mobilise the technical and human skills acquired throughout the course, and to consolidate their position as project manager.

 

Objectives

  • Developing digital solutions for industrial performance.
  • Being innovative in the recommendations aimed at increasing the agility of the value creation/production chain.
  • Assuming the role of manager in an ethical manner.
  • Supporting the structural and operational change of the company.
  • Being granted (TOEIC) certification in English.

 

The corporate world

The final year enables student engineers to manage a team and industrial resources to support their organisation in its industrial digital transition. They acquire autonomy in project management, steering by objectives, and their analysis and proposal of reasoned technical solutions.

The sequence is 3 weeks with the company and 1 week in the classroom then 100% in the company during the final semester.

 

Project

The student engineer manages a digital transition project.

112

weeks with the company

12

weeks of international mobility

180

ECTS credits

Projects

From idea to reality

Practice and experimentation are at the heart of the teaching and programme. Students imagine, design, test and develop innovative products and services as part of a team. They put their knowledge into practice and acquire new skills through projects and practical work. From business and operational projects to technical projects and engineering projects, they address issues of innovation, project management and general management. These projects are enriching professional experiences that reflect the needs and requirements of the business world.

Operational project - Year 1

The first year is divided into two operational projects. The first consists in discovering and learning about the business world. The second is devoted to the implementation of technical, industrial or digital projects. The student engineer must develop his interpersonal skills and the ability to work as part of a group.

Application project - Year 2

The objective is to prepare the apprentice to lead digital transition projects by integrating human, organisational, economic and technical aspects.

Engineering project – Year 3

The engineering project enables students to continue acquiring professional skills by managing projects from start to finish.

Job opportunities

Guaranteed job opportunities and employability

This specialised engineering degree meets the needs of the companies of the future and gives you access to jobs with high employment potential. You will work on production sites, in small and medium-sized companies or large companies, in all sectors of activity, in France and abroad.

 

You will be in charge of managing digital projects in an industrial context, and will be positioned at the crossroads of the digital and industrial sectors.

 

  • #project manager: digital technology, etc.
  • #supervisor: industrialisation, production, Factory of the Future
  • #consultant: digital transformation, digital transition
  • #digital solutions integrator
  • #manager
  • #business director
  • #teacher
  • #researcher

 

You can also go into research, or specialise with a Mastère Spécialisé®.

Profile

Both a scientist and a manager

This course is aimed at students with 2 or 3 years’ scientific post-bac studies.

As scientists and managers, Industrial Digital Systems Engineers lead innovative digital transition projects from start to finish for companies undergoing major changes. They implement agile methods using technological tools and digital solutions, and maintain systems to guarantee secure and sustainable data management. Their global understanding of the value creation chain enables them to analyse and optimise the resources of production systems in terms of cost and reactivity, and to inscribe the organisation in a continuous improvement process. Based on strong ethics and human values, they ensure that their organisations are fully aware of the challenges of CSR and sustainable development, and support them in this technological change.

Cost and admission

Admission 

The Industrial Digital Systems Engineering Apprenticeship Course is open to students from the following streams:

  • ECAM Strasbourg-Europe’s Preparatory Course in Mathematics and Digital Technology
  • ECAM Strasbourg-Europe’s Preparatory Course with International Immersion
  • Partner preparatory courses
  • Advanced Vocational Training Certificate (BTS) (Industrial Product Design (CPI); Systems Maintenance (MS) with optional Production Systems; Digital Systems (SN) with optional IT & Networks; Design & Construction of Automatic Systems (CRSA); Industrial control & Automatic Regulation (CIRA); IT Services for Organisations – Infrastructure, Systems & Networking Solutions (SIO SISR); IT Services for Organisations – Software Solutions and Business Applications (SIO SLAM)): Individual application + interview
  • University Bachelor of Technology (BUT) (Industrial Engineering and Maintenance (GIM); Mechanical and Production Engineering (GMP); Electrical Engineering and Industrial Computer Science (GEII); Quality, Industrial Logistics and Organisation (QLIO); Statistics & Computer-Assisted Decision-Making (STID); Information Technology): Individual application + interview
  • Bachelor’s degree 3rd year: Individual application + interview
  • Professional Bachelor’s degree in scientific specialities: Individual application + interview

 

Cost

Training financed by the OPCO of the company welcoming the student under an apprenticeship contract. Apprentices are paid throughout their contract.

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