We are accepting applications for Autumn 24 intake.
Application Deadline for international students: 15 August 2024
Application Deadline for EU students: 15 September 2024
Date of Commencement: 4 October 2024
As a front-runner in data and AI in France, DSTI offers an Applied Bachelor programme holding RNCP 6 accreditation. Our Applied MSc programmes hold RNCP 7 accreditation. Further, DSTI is recognised under the 3IA Cote d’Azur Label for extensive AI content and proudly possesses Qualiopi RNQ certification, affirming quality of our processes.
The following are the major objectives of the Applied Bachelor in Data & Cloud Engineering programme:
DSTI provides an Applied Bachelor in Data & Cloud Engineering program that spans over 3 years granting 180 ECTS.
The first year of the course is delivered in French, providing students with 550 hours of teaching, 50 hours of support and seminars to build a solid technical and theoretical base. Moreover, students undertake a 8-week internship, which aids their assimilation into the industry.
The second year consists of 550 hours of teaching and 50 hours of support sessions and is taught in both French and English. The year offers an optional apprenticeship or end-of-year internship.
The third and final year, with 550 hours of teaching and 50 hours of support sessions, is taught entirely in English and can only be completed in apprenticeship mode. The year focuses on enhancing students’ practical skills and gaining real professional experience.
550 hours of teaching + 12-week internship
550 hours of teaching + optional apprenticeship or end-of-year internship
550 hours of teaching + mandatory apprenticeship
All courses are conducted in French. Students will learn the following.
The courses are partly delivered in French and English. The students will acquire the following knowledge.
All courses are taught in English. The students will learn the following:
DSTI offers courses to prepare for eight international certifications, keeping up with data industry changes.
AWS Educate, an initiative by Amazon Web Services (AWS), equips students and educators with valuable resources, training materials, and hands-on experience to foster the development of cloud computing skills and facilitate career readiness in the industry.
Azure for Education provides students with Microsoft software, developer tools, and cloud resources for learning and projects, including a $100 voucher.
O’Reilly is a platform offering quality content for effective study. It features over 60,000 books, 30,000 hours of video, live events, and interactive labs covering cloud computing, software architecture, programming languages, machine learning, and more.
DSTI Learn offers students comprehensive access to their studies: notifications, schedules, courses, exams, live sessions, lecture recordings, and project submissions.
A resource that allows students to ask questions or seek assistance with academic, career, or administrative tasks. Students can also revisit the answers whenever necessary.
All DSTI students enjoy lifelong alumni email access and are given Microsoft Windows and Office 365 licenses during their studies.
The Applied Bachelor in Data & Cloud Engineering offers promising prospects due to the rise of big data. Professionals skilled in constructing and maintaining data pipelines are sought after. Data engineers are needed in finance, healthcare, e-commerce, social media and more. The US Bureau of Labour Statistics predicts an 11% job growth in data engineering by 2029.
28k€ average exit salary
Applied MSc at DSTI
The admission procedure at the Data ScienceTech Institute (DSTI) is an inclusive endeavour that provides deserving candidates a fair chance. This outlined admission process applies to all study modes.
To be considered for the DSTI’s Bachelor programme, candidates must meet the following criteria:
Applicants should either have or be on track to achieve a baccalaureate. Do provide trasncript of grades from your penultimate and last year.
Applicants should either have studied or be studying scientific subjects that involve applied mathematics.
Prospective students are required to successfully pass an admission interview to be considered for acceptance onto the Bachelor programme.
DSTI Bachelor students at DSTI can have any laptop they like, including a ChromeBook, as they will be provided with a Cloud-Based PC with the necessary specifications for their studies. The only criteria would be to have a minimum of 13″ screen but preferably 15″.
Tablets are not acceptable devices.
The description below applied only as guidance for those who would seek to own a laptop “up to specifications”.
At least Intel Core i5 (or AMD equivalent)
Minimum 8GB, but 16GB recommended
Minimum 512GB, 1TB recommended.
SSD preferred, but a dual-drive system with 128GB/256GB SSD + 512GB or 1TB magnetic drive is a good alternative.
If only magnetic, it must be at least 7200rpm, not 5400rpm.
NVIDIA preferred, but not essential.
Any Windows version.
DSTI will provide a Windows 10 Professional key when classes start.
Don’t purchase MS Office 365; DSTI will provide a license key when classes start.
The admission process of the Data ScienceTech Institute (DSTI) is a comprehensive exercise that offers an opportunity to all deserving candidates.
We recommend researching our Applied Bachelor programmes to find the right fit for you. An online consultation with our team can help with your decision and provide information on tuition fees.
Our online platform facilitates the application process, where we evaluate your suitability. Upload essential documents like ID, academic records, CV, and a cover letter.
If your application proceeds, we’ll arrange a 20-minute admission interview to gauge your suitability and interest in your chosen courses.
Upon concluding the admission process, you’ll receive your official admission decision.
Please refer to our detailed admission process for more information.
Want a career in data and AI? Download the DSTI Bachelor Curriculum to find out how!
At DSTI, we provide one-on-one online meetings with prospective students. Here we answer all their questions regarding our Applied Bachelors and Applied MSc courses.
At DSTI, we organize online group meetings where we share valuable information about our selection of Applied Bachelors and Applied MSc courses in data and AI.
DSTI organizes online group meetings to provide information about our range of Applied Bachelor and Applied MSc programs in data and AI.
Every Wednesday from 2PM to 6PM CEST, DSTI’s Paris Campus hosts an open day for all, no appointment necessary. Inquiries regarding admission, courses or other related topics are welcomed. We are delighted to provide answers to your questions.