Introduction


1. OVERVIEW

The aim of the master in ICT is equipping students with the most up-to-date, high-level background knowledge and information technology skills, so that they can easily adapt to a professional working environment if they study higher education abroad; or take up management positions; or founded their own IT startups.

Students are enrolled both at USTH and at a French partner university. A six (6) months internship in France will be offered to students in the second year (Master 2). Graduated students will be awarded two degrees from French university and from USTH.
 

2. WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE THIS COURSE

  • Advanced teaching methods focus on laboratory works
  • Lecturers delivered in English by professors from French universities
  • Professional experience through six-month internship
  • Possible full scholarship for internship in France
  • Possibility to get full scholarship and fellowship from USTH
  • Possible evening/weekend classes for professional students
  • Possibility to pursue a PhD or work all over the world after graduation
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3. INTERNSHIP IN FRANCE

  • Internship in France with professors of famous research institutes.
  • Internship duration must be at least 5 months. Here are some photos of our interns in France.
4.  LIST OF UNIVERSITIES AND INSTITUTIONS CO-GRANTING WITH USTH
  • University of La Rochelle

  • University of Montpellier

  • University of Poitiers 

  • University of Rennes I

  • National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse (INP Toulouse)

5. JOB OPPORTUNITIES

With a Master of Information and Communications Technology you are equipped for different streams within the growing ICT industry:

  • Web Engineering stream roles include web engineer, web developer, web project leader, web manager, e-business specialist, e-business developer, enterprise application developer, enterprise application project leader, workflow specialist, workflow project leader.
  • Networking stream roles include network specialist, network project leader, network manager, network engineer, network administrator, network security officer/specialist, security officer/specialist, multimedia engineer/specialist, mobile system developer/specialist.
  • Generic stream roles include IT specialist, IT project manager, IT manager, systems manager, developer, IT consultant, project leader, software developer, solutions architect.