Presentation and objectives
The program of Cybersecurity aims at teaching students knowledge and solid skills in advanced specification, design, development, implementation and maintenance of secure systems.
In particular, students should understand and apply methods and techniques to investigate vulnerabilities of a given system or a solution such as scanning techniques and penetration testing, from theoretical and practical point of view.
In addition, we focus on systems security management and audit. A didactic methodology is applied, based on classes, specialized seminars, conferences, case studies, practical sessions in computer labs, tutorials, projects, and self-learning. Students should participate to some international challenge around at least one of the cyber security domains (Systems, Networks, Telecommunication, Software, Web, and Hardware).
Career opportunities after following the program:
Network and Security Architect
Digital Forensics Investigator
IT Security Solution Developer
Security Analyst and Auditor
IT Security Integrator, Operator and Manager
Know the relevant technical parts of legal regulations in cyber security and their implications in the design of systems and security tools.
Understand and master the basic security services: authentication, authorization, privacy and access control, etc.
Analyze and detect anomalies and attack signatures in information systems and the web.
Applying vulnerability exploitation to gain unauthorized access.
Create and refine concise and comprehensively documents, plans and projects in the scope of cyber security.
Know the trends in the cyber-attack techniques.
Know and apply the cryptographic and steganographic mechanisms required to protect data stored in a system or data transiting a network.
Design and evaluate security architectures for Applications, systems Web sites and networks.
Analyze the risks of introducing personal devices in a corporate professional environment. Know and apply the measures to control the risks.
Learning activities and methodology
Lectures and Practical session in the lab
Individual and group work with projects
Seminaries, conferences and challenges
Pre-requisites to join the program
A Bachelor-degree or equivalent in related fields
Proven knowledge in the following fields:
- Introduction to computer networks (TCP/IP networks)
- Programming language (structural and objet oriented programming)
- Introduction to digital communications (optional but strongly recommended)
- Linux Operating System
Abdulhalim DANDOUSH – Head of department – Computing, Modelling & Digital technologies
How to apply ?
Before applying, make sure you meet the program application requirements. Fill out the online application form below and send the admission documents to
Special rules apply to exchange students who are part of an established program (Erasmus, Bilateral Agreements, etc.). Contact the International Office at your home institution if you are interested in being an exchange student.
- Spring semester : November 15th
- Fall semester: May 30th
- Late applications may be considered.
Once you have filled out the online application form, please send the admission documents to
- Resume in English
- Academic transcripts
- Cover letter
- Copy of passport
- Proof of English CECRL B2 – IELTS 6
We are here to help! If you have any questions, please contact:
Mrs Albane De Lisle, International Coordinator (Europe and Americas):
Mrs Chann Faucheur, International Coordinator (Asia and Africa):