UTT’s core missions are to conduct research, deliver education & training and facilitate technology transfer. UTT is a French institution of higher education established in 1994. It is today one of the largest engineering schools in France. Over 2,500 students are registered at the University, enrolled on undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral study programs. In the renowned yearly ranking of the French magazine “L’Etudiant”, UTT takes in 2011 an enviable 6th position among 65 French engineering schools.

After having launched in 2016 the Specialized Master® “Expert Forensic and Cybersecurity”, a cutting-edge training unique in France in the field of the fight against cybercrime, the University of Technology of Troyes renews its presence at FIC 2017 and presents the latest updates of the training: the CEH certification and the HackLab UTT, a new space for research, experimentation and training for students.

The UTT counts with the standard five-year engineering degree, which is accredited by France’s independent engineering degree accreditation body, CTI, can be tailored to each student’s individual career objectives as from the first year. UTT offers five engineering degrees, a master’s program with the choice of nine specializations, a PhD research program in five specialist areas, as well as work-integrated learning (WIL), modules which combine academic study with paid workplace learning (leading to either a vocational degree, an engineering degree or a master’s)

UTT is part of the French network of universities of technology (UT) alongside Compiègne (UTC) and Belfort-Montbéliard (UTBM). This unique engineering degree model, fostered by scientific research and close interaction with the business community in France and beyond, has also been emulated in China. In 2005, the three French universities of technology set up the Shanghai Sino-European University of Technology (UTSEUS), which currently counts 1,000 Chinese and French students.