groupe esaip
Angers, Francia
groupe
www.esaip.org
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¿ Dónde estamos ?
Periferia de ANGERS
Una ciudad del Valle del Loira
Ciudad jovén, viva, moderna y culta.
• + de 260,000 habitantes
• 30,000 estudiantes
• 90 mn AVE desde Paris (60 €)
• 90 mn de la costa
• Transporte urbano para estudiantes (33 €
al mes)
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¿ Quienes somos ?
– Escuela de Ingeniería acreditada « Grande Ecole » en
2004 y miembro de «Conférence des Grandes Ecoles»
– Grado reconocido por la C.T.I. Commisión de Título de
ingenieros
– Primera Escuela de Ingenieros en Francia con certificación
Europass
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Campus Esaip
Buen Ambiente
Moderno
Alojamiento
(opción propuesta por el esaip)
12 habiatciones disponibles en el campus (160€- 230€)
Residencias universitarias (280€ - 340€)
Pisos compartidos (precio a discutir con propetarios)
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Internacional
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Cursos impartidos
groupe esaip
Informática Industrial
Telecomunicación
Gestión de riesgos
Medio Ambiente
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Dos Opciones
Ingeniería
Máster
2 especialidades
* Industrial computing and
Telecommunications (IRT)
* Information Technology
Project Manager
* Industrial Safety, Environment
and Risk Management (SEP)
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Erasmus students
PROGRAMMES RUN DURING THE WINTER SEMESTER
Depending on your level of studies, you can :
1.
Complete one semester of the first year (equivalent to
“Baccalauréat + 3” years of higher education), from September to
February for 30 ECTS.
2.
Complete one semester of the second year (equivalent to
“Baccalauréat + 4” years of higher education), from September to
February) for 30 ECTS.
3.
Complete one semester of the third year (equivalent to
“Baccalauréat + 5” years of higher education) from October to
March for 30 ECTS.
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Engineering degree
Semester 1
Modules
Common
core
Industrial
computing &
Number of ECTS credits
Analysis methods for engineering
6
Computer tools for engineering
3
Methods and tools for industrial resource
management
3
Communication
3
Communication in foreign languages
6
Project : corporate culture
4
Software engineering
5
Environmental Risks
5
telecommunications
Risk
management
TOTAL
30 CREDITS
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Engineering degree
Semester 3
Modules
Common
core
Industrial computing
&
telecommunications
Risk
management
Number of ECTS credits
Engineering science
4
Functional analysis and systems security
2
Production management
2
Corporate culture
3
Methods and tools for industrial resource
management
3
Physics for IT engineering
3
Corporate local networks
3
Software engineering
5
Science for environmental engineering
3
Industrial risks
3
Sustainable development and industrial production
5
TOTAL
30 CREDITS
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Engineering degree
Semester 5
Modules
Common
core
Industrial computing
&
telecommunications
Risk
management
Number of ECTS credits
Engineering science
4
Corporate culture
3
Project management
3
Projects
7
Science for IT engineering
5
Industrial computing
4
Specialised computing
4
Science for environmental engineering
5
Systems of management
3
Industrial risks
5
TOTAL
30 CREDITS
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Erasmus students
Courses in English
•
“Information Systems Security”, Semesters 1, 3, 5 - Lecturer : William MAIN
•
« Introduction to Human Error » , Semester 3 - Lecturer : Steve O‘BRIEN
•
« Risk Management », Semester 5 - Lecturer : Steve O‘BRIEN
•
« Marketing», Semester 1 - Lecturer : Vincent SHORT
•
« International Culture », Semester 1
•
Europe – Lecturer : Hannah WILLIAMS
•
Northern Asia – Lecturer : William MAIN
•
Southern Asia – Lecturer : Vincent SHORT
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Erasmus students
Courses in English
“ Information Systems Security” - Semester 1
Lecturer : William MAIN
• Introduction and importance of Information Systems Security. Relevant Industry
surveys and economic losses.
• Technical overview of an Information Technology System. Explanation of client –
server architecture and databases. Terminology
• Overview of the threats that exist : natural disasters, malicious software (viruses,
worms, trojan horses etc.), hacking, espionage, disgruntled employees
• Overview of the solutions that exist (Acceptable use policy, biometrics,
passwords, smart cards, intrusion detection systems, anti-virus, firewalls, faraday
cages etc.
• Model of error levels, skill based, rule based and knowledge based
• GEMS (generic error-modelling system)
• Study cases : Research and document / real life case studies of ISS incidents
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Erasmus students
Courses in English
“Information Systems Security” - Semester 3
Lecturer : William MAIN
• The inspection phase : identifying key information resources and assets
• The protection phase: deciding what level of protection is needed
• The detection phase : putting in place systems which identify intrusion
• The reaction phase : how to respond to a security incident
• The reflection phase : understanding the lessons learned and improving the plan
For Industrial Computing Option : Analysis and evaluation of security software
products e.g. : IDS, Biometrics, AntiVirus, Firewall, etc.
For Risk Management option : Analysis of Physical Security measures against
fires, flooding, earthquakes, etc.
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Erasmus students
Courses in English
“Information Systems Security” - Semester 5
Lecturer : William MAIN
Development of a Security Audit
• Computer Forensics
• Legislation against European cybercrime
• Review of ISO 17799
• Review of ISO 27001
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Erasmus students
Courses in English
“Introduction to Human Error” - Semester 3
Lecturer : Steve O‘Brien
• Error production (study of disasters)
• Modes of failure and modes of control
• Typology of errors
• Safety and reliability
• Performance and output of a socio-technic
system
• Modes of failure and modes of control at
skilled based level
• Performance and error
• Modes of failure and modes of control at
rule based level
• Model of error levels, skill based, rule based
and knowledge based
• GEMS (generic error-modelling system)
• Taking decisions and the 8 stages of
Rasmussen
• Determining factors in the passage from
one level to another (skill based to rule based
and rule based to knowledge based)
• Modes of failure and modes of control at
knowledge based level
• Situation analysis using GEMS (generic
error-modelling system)
• Assessment and reduction of the risk of
human error
• The « In Depth Defense Approach »
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Erasmus students
Courses in English
« Risk Management » - Semester 5
Lecturer : Steve O‘Brien
Analysis of different international standards on risk management and the
European project ARAMIS on major risks
• Association of different fundamental models on risk identification, analysis,
evaluation and global management
• Critical review of the ISO WG (Working Group) on a global generic risk
management standard.
• Presentation of organizational structure types developed or analyzed by Gareth
MORGAN.
• Development of a practical approach to learning organizations as the basis of
risk management using the work and research of teams from Harvard University
and MIT
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Erasmus students
Courses in English
“ Marketing» 10 hours – Semester 1
Lecturer : Vincent SHORT
Concepts : Economics, Business, Marketing
• Marketing as a process
• The different steps
• The reality
• Audit : customer/market/product
• Team work activity : « carmart »
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Erasmus students
Courses in English
“International Culture » : 12 hours
Semester 1
The influence of culture on different aspects of business
• The language and vocabulary of management
• The interface and complementarity between Economics and Management
The module will provide a general approach to inter-cultural corporate
communication through case studies in European and Asian contexts.
Three broad geographical areas will be covered :
• Europe – Lecturer : Hannah WILLIAMS
• Northern Asia – Lecturer : William MAIN
• Southern Asia – Lecturer : Vincent SHORT
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Application form &
course catalogue :
www.esaip.org
international>international students
For more information : Teresa Cordovilla
Tél. +33 241 96 65 27
[email protected]
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