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Electrical Engineering

The  Higher National Diploma in Electrical Engineering (BTS ELTK) has been designed to provide technical training in the areas of electrical and electrotechnical  engineering. It provides specialised studies for those currently working in an electrotechnical environment or one in which they intend to seek employment.

The programme also provides the flexibility, knowledge, skills and motivation as a basis for progression to further study ( vocational licences)

The BTEC Higher National Diploma in Electrical Engineering has also been developed with career progression and recognition by professional bodies in mind.


Programme Objectives

This programme has been designed to improve the career prospects of candidates who wish to work in the field of electro -technical engineering technicians.


How do you apply?

Students are recruited from application files :

All those who have a baccalaureate or equivalent diploma can apply. On the view of their diplomas and after having examined their school records.

Most appropriate Baccalaureates

  1. Electro-technical Engineering, STI (industrial sciences and technologies)
  2. Electronics,
  3. Engineering Sciences, S, SI

How long is the course ?

2 Years Full-Time with 2 work placements ( a two-week placement at the end of the first year in June + a four ?week placement in the middle of the second year in January.

How will you be assessed ?

National exam +assessment during vocational training ( French, English and Professional Activities)

What qualification will you achieve ?

Higher National Diploma - HND in Electrical Engineering


What can this course lead to?

The Higher National Diploma qualifications prepare learners for a range of technical and management careers within the industry by equipping them with the necessary knowledge, understanding of engineering  and skills.

Candidates typically take up post as test, or research and development technicians, technical representatives, engineering plant technicians, production technicians in large companies such as ....



? companies (private or public) within the areas of electronics and systems (semiconductors, microprocessors, microcontrollers, analogue and digital systems), electrical energy, industrial instrumentation and automation, specialized services within central and local public administration (within the area of energy, for example).

Course description
Units of studyFirst yearSecond year
Physics applied to
Electro-technical engineering
technology, diagram,
Mechanics & construction32
systems' test46
Exam contents
General knowledge
Assessment during
vocational training
3 different exams2
MathematicsWritten exam3 hours2
EnglishAssessment during
vocational training
1 oral expression
1 oral comprehention
Pre study and modellingWritten exam4 hours3
design and
Written exam4 hours3
Industrial technical
Oral exam40 minutes6
Professional ActivitiesAssessment during2 exams4
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