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Maintenance and Industrial Engineering (GIM)

University Technological Degree in Maintenance and Industrial Engineering (GIM)

Science, Technologies, Health Sector


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Description
National educational programme (referential)

Objectives
The Maintenance and Industrial Engineering departments from the University Institute of Technology (IUT) were created to meet the demand from industrials (Small and Medium-sized companies). The Degree trains in two years general advanced technicians who are able to manage and organise maintenance operations in order to optimise production tools’ availability.
Considering both the ageing of the population pyramid and the need to revamp methods, companies plan to massively recruit technical executives, on short and medium terms.

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Admission
High school graduates, with a Scientific, Industrial Science and techniques, Laboratory Science and Technologies, and possibly professional, leaving certificate, can access the Degree after their school records has been reviewed.
Graduates from a 2nd year of Undergraduate Degree in Science or preparatory class can enter the 2nd year on validation of higher education studies.

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Careers
Graduates from a two-year diploma from a university institute of technology in Maintenance and Industrial Engineering (GIM University Technological Degree) can enter directly the occupational world after the Degree. They will find positions in departments where versatile skills are requested: food industry, building, chemistry, electricity, energy, IT, mechanics, nuclear, petroleum, transportation, networks.

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Organisation of studies
The course is split into two years of two semesters each. Each semester is worth 30 ECTS credits, the full University Technological Degree is hence worth 120 credits. The student attends between 27 and 30 hours of class per week during the two years and carries out a 10 week minimum internship.

The Degree includes lectures, classes, workshops, a mentored project and an internship in a company.

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Teacher mentoring / professional internship
- A 10 week minimum internship in 2nd year
- A 300 hour mentored project (150 hours in 1st year and 150 hours in 2nd year)

Please refer to french website for more details.