Lifelong learning

Online learning

IMT Lille Douai offers blended learning courses, that promote interactivity and provide a degree of flexibility, while helping you manage your time to find the right study-work-life balance.

Students can chat to each other online, use forums and their messaging services, but also communicate with their lecturers too. We always try to be as responsive as possible for non real-time activities. You can download a range of media (pdf docs, videos, soundtracks interactive diagrams) and there are self-assessment tools available to adapt to each student’s constraints, meaning that people can learn at their own pace. Tests and exams are held on the school premises.

Our blended learning module is comprehensive and structured. It is uses various complementary formats that enable us to meet individual requirements. Our key success factors include, system reliability, learning support, and student time management.

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A second-year Master’s degree in Infrastructure and Internet Technology and Robustness (TIIR) by the University of Lille, in partnership with IMT Lille Douai.

Target groups

Software and Infrastructure Service Platform Architects
, Distributed Computing Solutions Architects
System Administrators
, Network and Systems Solutions Consultants

Admission requirements

A first-year postgraduate degree in computing (validation of professional experience possible)

Admissions subject to selection tests

Period

Approximately 10-months, or 600 course hours.

Fees

€11,000 excl. VAT (includes university registration fee)

Start date

27 August 2018

Accreditation

French postgraduate Master’s degree (Level 1), awarded by the University of Lille

Degree title: Master’s degree in Computing, Specialising in Infrastructure and Internet Technology and Robustness (TIIR)

Aims

To train experts in network and systems infrastructure and systems, who are reactive, can work independently and are able to manage the increasing complexity of physical and software infrastructure that forms the basis of internet and network applications.

Study programme

  • Network architecture and technology
  • Distributed technology
  • Technological innovation in systems
  • Network and system security
  • Unix and distributed systems
  • Corporate communication and culture
  • English
  • Final project, internship, dissertation

Schedule

  • 6 weeks in-class learning
  • e-Learning modules accessible throughout the course
  • 4-weeks in the workplace

A total of 650 course hours over approximately 10-months

Contact

Jérôme GUENEZ

03 20 33 55 83