Sciences, Engineering, Technological fields


  • Targeted level of study

    BAC +3

  • ECTS

    180 credits

  • Duration

    3 years

  • Training structure

    IUT Nîmes

  • Language(s) of instruction



By integrating the Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering and Industrial Computing (B.U.T. GEII), students benefit from an integrated 3-year program to reach the degree of Bachelor. The degree is aligned with international standards and facilitates exchanges with foreign universities.

With the B.U.T. GEII, students continue to benefit from a university and technological education supervised by experienced teaching teams. The curriculum is still based on professional situations, periods in companies in the form of internships or work-study programs.


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A versatile diploma, the B.U.T. GEII aims to train middle managers capable of setting up and managing electrical installations, designing, producing, programming and maintaining fixed or embedded electronic boards (automotive, avionics, robotics, etc.), automating and controlling industrial processes.

You will be able to manage and maintain industrial computer networks, analyze and develop information processing and transmission systems.

In the end, you will work in the fields of the city and industry of the future, smart and connected networks, transport and electromobility, aeronautics, renewable energies, health, audiovisual, space,...

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Know-how and skills

The GOAL GEII allows to develop 4 professional skills:

  • Design the GEII part of a system: by adopting a holistic approach integrating technological innovations in line with the company's strategy to meet a customer's need; by producing all the necessary documents for the customer and the various service providers; by communicating appropriately with the various players before and during the design phase.
  • Verify the GEII part of a system: by taking into account the material, regulatory and contextual specificities; By implementing a test and evaluation plan, with a view to qualitative and corrective analysis; By taking into account the economic, environmental and regulatory issues of the company.
  • Ensure the maintenance of a system in operational condition: by adopting a proactive communication with the different actors; by adopting a holistic approach integrating new technologies and digital transformation.
  • Competency 4: Specific to each course

These 4 skills of the GEII specialization include the 6 cross-cutting skills below:
- the use of digital technology,
- the use of data for analysis,
- expression and written and oral communication,
- positioning in relation to a professional field,
- mastery of the various information and communication techniques,
- action in responsibility within a professional organization

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International dimension

Facilitated international mobility.

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Knowledge control

The control of knowledge is continuous and at the end of each semester (30 ECTS per semester). It allows to know the level of mastery of the acquired skills. In total, 6 semesters (180 ECTS) must be validated to obtain the B.U.T. GEII.

Students who do not wish to continue in the 3rd year of the B.U.T. GEII and having validated 120 ECTS (4 semesters) can ask for the delivery of the Diplôme Universitaire Technologie (D.U.T.) GEII (bac + 2).

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Special arrangements

High-level athletes
The university wishes to provide high-level athletes with the necessary means to pursue their university studies. This support takes the form of adjustments to the curriculum adapted to the constraints of sport, with the aim of reconciling higher education with a sporting career.
To be eligible, check your eligibility here
The application for high level status must be made every year.

Confirmed artists
The university promotes access to initial and continuing education for experienced artists. Support can be provided by adapting the curriculum. For more information, contact the Student Services Department here (iutn-scolarite @

Students with disabilities
The Handiversity and Occupational Medicine departments complement each other in their missions to help you succeed in your studies. They are your privileged contacts to inform you, evaluate your situation, recommend suitable accommodations and monitor their implementation. (More info here).

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Alternation methods

This allows you to be put in a real situation and to be confronted with the professional world; alternating between theoretical training at the IUT and practical training in a work situation in a company.
The advantages of alternating work and study
For you
- To progressively acquire competences and learn a trade in the field.
- To obtain a diploma while preparing for professional integration. Obtain a diploma while preparing for professional integration.
- Be accompanied throughout the course by a teacher tutor and an apprentice master/tutor in the company.
- Follow a training course while receiving a salary.
- Obtain a diploma to enter the professional world.
For the company that recruits you
- Recruit employees who are quickly operational.
- Benefit from financial advantages of employment aid.

More info
Ensup LR Apprentice Training Center (apprenticeship contract) here
Service de Formation Continue Univ. Montpellier (professionalization contract) here

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Internships, tutored projects



Duration of the course

22 weeks minimum spread over the 3 years in order to apply the acquired skills.

Tutored projects
600 hours are allocated to tutored projects. They allow students to conduct a study in small groups. They are carried out during the three years of training in parallel with the classical teaching.

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The training starts in September and lasts 3 years. It is structured around university and technological courses. The total hourly volume is 2,000 hours divided into 6 semesters. The program is built on a skills-based approach. The acquisition of skills is based on the articulation of professional situations and theoretical teachings .

1st year - Common Core

SAE (*) 1.01Pumping station SAE 2.01 
SAE 1.02Robot SAE 2.02 
Portfolio (**)  Portfolio 
R1.01 English R2.01 English
R1.02Culture and Communication R2.02Culture and Communication
R1.03Company life R2.03Company life
R1.04Mathematical and Software Tools R2.04Mathematical and Software Tools
R1.05PPP (***) R2.05PPP
R1.06Integration into the University R2.06Automatism
R1.07Automatism R2.07Computer Science
R1.08Computer Science R2.08Electronics
R1.09Electronics R2.09Energy
R1.10Energy R2.10Applied Physics
R1.11Applied Physics   

(*) Learning and Evaluation Situations (LES)
LES allow for the evaluation of the competency in a given situation. This evaluation is carried out in accordance with all the elements structuring the reference system, and is based on the portfolio approach, i.e. a process of reflection and demonstration carried out by the student himself. As a set of actions, the SAE requires the student to choose, mobilize and combine relevant resources that are consistent with the targeted objectives. The challenge of an EAS is thus multiple:
- Participate in the development of competencies;
- Support learning and the mastery of resources;
- Integrate self-assessment by the student;
- Allow individualization of learning.

(**) The portfolio approach
Sometimes called a skills portfolio or professional passport, the portfolio is a connection point between the academic world and the socio-economic world. In this way, it responds to all the dimensions of the student's professionalization: from his training to his future as a professional.

(***) The Personal and Professional Project (PPP)
Present in each semester of the program and supported by all the teachers of the pedagogical team, the Personal and Professional Project is a structuring element that allows the student to be the actor of his training, to understand and appropriate the contents, the objectives and the targeted competences

From the 2nd year, the student chooses a path and acquires a specific skill for the chosen path

  • Industrial Automation and Computer Science (IACS ): INTEGRATE a command and control system into an industrial process,
  • Electricity and Energy Management (EEM): INSTALL all or part of an on-site energy production, conversion and management system,
  • Electronics and Embedded Systems (ESE ): IMPLEMENT a hardware or software system.
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Select a program

Industrial Automation and Computer Science (AII)

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Electricity and Energy Management (EME)

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Electronics and Embedded Systems (ESE)

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How to register

Application via the Parcoursup portal here

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Target audience

BAC General obtained

from 2021, recommended specialties

  • Mathematics + Physics-Chemistry
  • or Digital and Computer Science

Before 2021

General BAC : BAC S, ES

Technological BAC: STI2D

Study of the file : assessments by the teaching staff; opinion of the class council; motivation for the program; French and English grades; grades in the first and last years of high school.

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Tuition fees

Tuition fees include:
- University registration fees (set each year at the national level; more info here),
- the Student and Campus Life Contribution (CVEC) , which is intended to promote social, health, cultural and sports support for students and to support preventive and health education activities for them. (More info here)

Each student in initial training or under an apprenticeship contract in an institution of higher education must obtain, prior to registration, a certificate of payment of the CVEC(payment or exemption).

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And then

Further studies

Professional integration


  • Electrical or electronic design office,
  • Automatician, roboticist,
  • Electronics,
  • Electrical technician,
  • Business manager,
  • Operations Manager,
  • Computer and network technician,
  • Electrical maintenance technician.
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