DUT Réseaux & Télécoms - Computer Networking & Telecoms

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The "DUT Réseaux et Télécommunications" (Computer Networking & Telecoms) is a French national undergraduate diploma for candidates owing a good "Baccalauréat" (equivalent to "A" Levels in Maths and Science). They attend a two-year course, with 35 hours per week divided up into lectures (20% of the total time), tutorials (30%) and practicals (50%), which ends in a 3 to 5-month industrial placement. The bias is on practical work.

The three main areas of study are Computer Science, Computer Networking and Telecoms.

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Skills

Our degree offers a unique set of skills both in Telecoms/ telephony, Programming and Networking.

Their skills in Network Management/ Telecommunication Network Management/ Telephone Network Management include installation, maintenance, fault diagnosis, design and implementation of network solutions.

The network modules cover the contents of the CCNA switching & routing.

 

First and second year subjects:

Computer Networking

  •     OSI and TCP/IP model
  •     LANs
  •     Switching (VLAN) and Dynamic routing
  •     Network OS management, user management, file management, audit
  •     Internet technologies (DHCP, DNS, Proxy firewall, NAT, web server…)
  •     Directory services (Open LDAP)
  •     Network management (SNMP, RMON, MIB…)
  •     Troubleshooting
  •     WANs (ADSL, ATM)
  •     Wireless networks
  •     VoIP and QoS
  •     Advanced network security (VPN, Ipsec, TLS)
  •     IPv6 addressing and tunnelling

 

Lab equipment:  Linux router, CISCO 1, CISCO Switch, HP Switch (one of each for every two students)

Our department is a CISCO Certified Academy for the CCNA

           

Computer Science

  •     OS (Windows XP, Linux)
  •     Computer Architecture
  •     Algorithms and network programming
  •     Web programming (Javascript, Ajax, PHP, HTML5, CSS3)
  •     Programming (Java, Ajax, C, C++, C#, OOP)
  •     System programming (Linux, Powershell)
  •     Mobile application development (Android)
  •     Databases (MySQL, PostgreSQL)

 

Telecommunications

  •     Mobile phones/ directory service (GSM, UMTS, DECT)
  •     Telephony (PABX)
  •     Internet technologies, WAN, Internet Provider Networks
  •     Wifi, quality measurements
  •     Digital Transmission
  •     Digital Signal Processing (MATLAB)

 

Electronics for Telecommunications

  •     Sampling, quantification and filtering
  •     PSPICE simulation
  •     Radiofrequency simulation (ADS)
 

Job Profile :

  •     IT Technician
  •     Network Engineer
  •     Network Systems Administrator
  •     Web Developer
  •     Mobile applications Developer
  •     Telecoms/ business telephony Technician
 

Possible placement/ internship projects :

  •     Design, install, manage and supervise a network (VLAN, VPN)
  •     Router configuration
  •     Improve and troubleshoot a network
  •     Sutdy/ implement a network monitoring tool
  •     Implement a wifi network/ quality measurements
  •     Implement a Voice over IP network
  •     Develop mobile applications
  •     Design a website
  •     Troubleshoot computer hardware and software problems
  •     Create a database
  •     Configure a web server/ server migrations
  •     Implement an IDS (Intrusion Detection System) on a network or a WIFI network
  •     Implement an anti-spam solution
  •     Implement a back up solution
  •     Install and manage an Active Directory with LDAP etc.
 

Placement period

 

The minimum period is from mid-April to June but traditionally lasts from mid-April to the end of August.

There is no legal obligation on your part to pay the student, even though it would be greatly appreciated (in France, students are paid around 500 euros/ month). Alternatively, you could also decide to pay him/her on merit, at the end of the placement, or provide some help towards accommodation and food.

Our students are allowed to apply for grants through our university which could help cover, partly, their living costs. In order to apply for those grants, they will need a copy of the Training Agreement, which is why we usually insist on your sending us this agreement as early as possible.

 

Paperwork

 

Once you have agreed to take a student on a placement, perhaps following a telephone interview, you will be sent a Training Agreement by the university. This agreement will contain the following information:

  • the student's name and details as well as the company's name and address
  • the name of our university
  • the name of the degree
  • the name of a supervisor in the company and at the university with a provisional topic
  • the dates of the placement/internship
  • the obligation for the student to have his own insurance
  • the obligation for the student to write a final report
 

For further information please contact:

 
Véronique CHARRIAU
(Placement Coordinator)

veronique.charriau@univ-rennes1.fr

Département Réseaux informatiques et Télécommunications
IUT de Lannion (Université de Rennes 1)
22302 LANNION, France.  

Tel: 00 33 2 96 46 94 70/ Fax: 00 33 2 96 46 93 91