Electrical Engineering & Information Technology - GEII
Career opportunitiesAs a graduate of this course you can expect to obtain employment in both the public and private sector. Graduates of this course will usually find employment within the electrical and electronics industry, telecommunications, radio and television, food-processing, aeronautics, health and manufacturing industry. Graduates can also find work within the scientific industry (instrumentation testing and measurement) computer services and maintenance.
- ENI: Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Ingénieurs - competitive-entry engineering school,
- the prestigious graduate school of electrical engineering and computer science (ENSEA)
- INSA - Institute of Applied Sciences, ENI - National school for engineers
Students who graduate from this course will be eligible to progress to year 3:Degree studies ( e.g a Degree in Computing or Broadcasting, a Btech in Embedded Electronics or any other relevant Degree course with the option of doing a Masters after year 3 followed by a Doctorate in a chosen field of study.