GOAL Networks & telecommunications

Domain: GOAL

Course: Cybersecurity
Operator and multimedia networks

ECTS credits


level of studies
at the end of training

Baccalaureate +3

Teaching locations

Saint-Pierre – Terre-Sainte campus

Type of training : University Bachelor of Technology (BUT)

Training regime: Initial training, Continuing training

Training summary

Le BUT R&T responds to the ever-increasing demand for skills in the information technology and technology sectors communication.
The skills base covers the administration of Internet Protocol (IP) networks, connecting businesses and users, creating tools and applications IT for networks and telecommunications.

Training aims

BUT R&T trains senior technicians capable of understanding, implementing work, configure and maintain equipment and information systems, while ensuring their physical and software security. Emphasis is placed on knowledge be, ethics, ability to work as a team in an international environment and understanding the challenges of modern technologies. 

Advantages of the training

By integrating a BUT, students benefit from an integrated 3-year course, without additional selection to reach the License grade.

The diploma is aligned with international standards and facilitates exchanges with foreign universities.

A University Diploma of Technology (DUT) is awarded at the end of the second year.

With the BUT, the University Institutes of Technology (IUT) are strengthening their strengths: students continue to benefit from university and technological education supervised by experienced mixed teaching teams.

The course is always structured around professional situations and periods in business. 

This training can be done alternately in the 2nd and 3rd years. Work-study is the opportunity to train and acquire a higher education diploma while benefiting from professional experience and remuneration.

Targeted skills

  • Administer networks and the Internet

  • Connecting businesses and users

  • Create IT tools and applications for R&T

  • Administer a secure information system

  • Monitor a secure information system

  • Create IT tools and applications for R&T

  • Coordinate modular infrastructures

  • Support application development

Sheet of the National Directory of Professional Certifications (RNCP) - R&T Cybersecurity

Sheet of the National Directory of Professional Certifications (RNCP) - R&T Operator Networks and Multimedia

Summary of lessons by course

The content common to the 2 courses revolves around the following skill blocks: 

  • Administer networks and the internet

  • Connecting businesses and users

  • Create IT tools and applications for R&T


content specific to each course:

The BUT R&T cybersecurity course allows students to administer and monitor a secure information system.

Specific skill blocks:

  • Administer a secure information system

  • Monitor a secure information system

The BUT R&T operator networks and multimedia course prepares students to manage the infrastructures and services of operator networks as well as unified communications and video on the Internet.

Specific skill blocks:

  • Manage operator network infrastructures and services

  • Manage unified communications and internet video


22 to 26 weeks of internships in Reunion, in the Indian Ocean zone or abroad
2 or 3 internships in a company are to be carried out: 8 to 12 weeks over the first 4 semesters and 12 to 16 weeks over the last year

Specific devices

Not concerned

Conditions of access to training

On file, baccalaureate or equivalent

Continuing Studies

Engineering school : Higher School of Engineers Reunion Island Indian Ocean (ESIROI), specialty in IT and Telecommunications or others  schools.

Career opportunities

  • Customer intervention technician, local loop etc.

  • R&T works supervisor (broadband internet access, fiber optics, etc.)

  • Technical support manager

  • After-sales service technician (after-sales service)

  • Technician: IP networks and transmission, production and integration of complex solutions

  • Optical local loop driver

  • Technician deploying optical fiber

  • Production pilot

  • Responsible for operating the company's telephone systems (ToIP)

  • Structuring network engineering manager

  • Network resource manager

  • Administrator of ToIP networks and unified communications solutions

  • ToIP intervention technician

  • Voice customer service technician

FALCON Jean-Pierre

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