UTT allows students to customize their engineering degrees according to their needs and interests, offering a wide range of options from undergraduate through doctoral study level. In addition, the University is developing a growing catalog of work-integrated learning (WIL) programs, involving vocational degrees, master's degrees and certain aspects of the standard engineering degree program. An extensive range of continuing education courses is also available.
Conducted under the auspices of the Charles Delaunay Institute (ICD), research at UTT is pursued with a strong common focus on risk management science and technology (RMST). UTT is a founding member of the 3SGS Scientific Interest Group (SIG) created to build a community focusing on the surveillance, safety and security of large complex systems. In addition, UTT is a member of the National Council for Strategic Education and Research (CSFRS), whose role is to coordinate and facilitate global security research projects conducted in France.
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University library: 35,000 volumes, 10,000 databases, 420 study places
WiFi access throughout the campus
35,000 m² of purpose-built facilities set in beautiful natural surroundings, offering:
40 student clubs and associations
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Really good multi-purpose university, where anyone can have a different studying process thorough the years.
L'université de technologie de troyes is one of the best university of technologie in france.
The first two years are too general for someone that wants to specialize in informatics.