DUT

Diplômes Universitaires de Technologie (DUT) are two year courses, divided into four semesters.
I.U.T. d'Allier is pleased to offer students 7 different DUTs, one from each department. Please find below some information about each diploma, and media and contact details from each department:

DUT in Electrical Engineering and Industrial Computing

The Department of Electrical Engineering and Industrial Computing (GEII) produces skilled technicians in the fields of automation, industrial I.T., electrical engineering and power electronics. Our DUT in Electrical Engineering and Industrial Computing aims to award students who can adapt to a wide variety of skills and to give these students the opportunity to continue their studies.

Head of Department: Francis GARY
Tel: +33(0)4 70 02 20 41
Department Secretary: Caroline LAVEISSIERE
Tel: +33(0)4 70 02 20 40

DUT in Mechanical and Production Engineering

We live in the century of technology, technology is developing faster than ever, and this most certainly applies to the world of mechanics! The Department of Mechanical and Production Engineering (GMP) offers innovative and modern courses- far from the noisy, repetitive and dirty-handed stereotype of mechanical jobs. For an active life combined with continued study or a professional project, download our brochure and choose mechanics !

Head of Department: Jean-Luc BOUYERON
Department Secretary: Isabelle LEGENDARME
Tel: +33(0)4 70 02 20 30

DUT in Thermal Engineering and Energy

The Department of Thermal Engineering and Energy (GTE) is comprised of specialist senior technicians. The department is fitted out with a variety of technical equipment including wind tunnels, a co-generator, infrared cameras, solar panels and fuel-powered engines. Don't forget access to professional software in data-acquisition, design and energy audits.

Head of Department: Fabien Forestier
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Secretary of Department: Brigitte MARIE
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Tel: +33(0)4 70 02 20 70

DUT in Logistics Management and Transport

A DUT in Logistics Management and Transport is about making services or products available to clients on time, at the correct destination and for the lowest cost. We focus on long-lasting development and our future graduates can look forward to a variety of jobs in this field and a quick graduate-to-work transition. The Department of Logistics Management and Transport (GLT) provides a course adapted to your individual project, cultural and sport activities and other festivities right on campus or in town- why not watch our video and see for yourself?

Head of Department: Sylvie Norre
Department Secretary: Emilie Gayat
Tel: +33(0)4 70 02 20 14

DUT in Business and Marketing Techniques (Montluçon campus)

The Department of Business and Marketing Techniques (TC) in Montluçon was created in 1983 and founded on an original approach to teaching. Our course is essentially comprised of theoretical and practical learning, with the aim of developing solid skills in sales management, adaptability, team spirit, a sense of responsibility and an entrepreneurial drive. The future executives in business management with our DUT will be prepared to work for businesses in any sector.

Head of Department: Jean-Paul BROUCKAERT
Department Secretary: Karine BLONDEAU
Tel: +33(0)4 70 02 20 50

DUT in Business and Marketing Techniques (Moulins campus)

The Department of Business and Marketing Techniques (TC) in Moulins produces operational employees specialising in the industrial, commercial and distribution services. Students will gain a high level of theoretical knowledge and practical skills in marketing, sales, economy, law, I.T. and accounting; as well as cultural skills in modern languages and presentations.

DUT in Multimedia and Internet Technology

The Department of Multimedia and Internet Technology (MMI) provides technical training in the fields of multimedia, communications, I.T. and broadcasting. The DUT in Multimedia and Internet Technology is a professional-oriented course that aims to provide a solid foundation for graduates. A 12 week internship enables students to make contacts in the industry during the course, and compulsory learning and use of 2 modern foreign languages (English, Spanish or German) ensures graduates will have highly desirable skills in their field. To find out more, download our leaflet !

Head of Department: Mme Cécile DUMAS
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Tel: +33(0)4.70.30.43.93
Department Secretary: Christine PROUST
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