Virtual Reality, VR, or RV in French for Réalité Virtuelle, is finding its way out of R&D laboratories. The general public is beginning to adopt it almost naturally, notably through the world of video games. Google and other manufacturers of VR headsets for smartphone applications, not to mention numerous startups, are investing the market, including Hypersuit in France. Our students […]Read the full article
WELCOME TO EPITECH
Dear International Students,
We will be happy to welcome you to Epitech and hope you will enjoy this unique learning experience!
Epitech has solidified its reputation as a leading educational institution transforming a passion for computer science into expertise, opening doors to high-potential employment opportunities comparable to those enjoyed by graduates from the elite French Universities, also known as the “Grandes Ecoles” (96% employment rate after graduation). Business demands functional education based on the innovative Epitech model, which is built upon three qualities that are increasingly required in the workplace: adaptability, self-development and a sense of project management.
Epitech prepares students for the ever-evolving professional environment through unique learning methods:
- A modern model built on experience, oriented towards action and project development, enriching theory through practical application.
- An active model, which turns a passive class participant into an active self-starter living in the passion-driven context which embraces innovation and initiative.
- A unique model, which provides the new and essential elements of success: team-work, adaptation, global orientation, innovation, creativity, and above all a sense of personal investment.
Epitech is not only a curriculum in tune with the times and the information and communication technology sector. It is also an education that personally enriches students by building their character, opening them to change and to others. This permits immediate, yet sustainable, success.
Emmanuel Carli, Epitech Director
#ProjectWeek is an inter-school event for the IONIS Group, which has a thousand students working together, coming from 3 of the group’s schools (Epitech, ISEG Marketing & Communication School and e-artsup) on 7 city campuses in France. #ProjectWeek 2017 was the fourth edition of the event. In 2015 La Poste Groupe provided the event’s theme […]Read the full article
In the same way that Epitech requires its students to bootstrap their Epitech Innovative Projects, the school itself implements the agility of the “test / iterate” and, more generally, “lean start-up” methods in its own projects. Thus, Forward (FWD), these 2 weeks of entrepreneurial creativity, remains focused while spreading its wings ever wider for its […]Read the full article
The second Epitech Bootstrap Camp, our institution’s contribution to the IONIS Group’s Summer Schools programme, ended on Friday at the Innovation Hub in our Paris school. Following two weeks spent learning about information technology and programming languages, which most participants were not already familiar with, they were given a week to work in groups and […]Read the full article
EPITECH WINTER BOOT CAMP 2017 Last Friday, February 3rd, the second edition of Epitech Winter Boot Camp finished up. The first edition hosted Japanese students from Ritsumeikan University as well as Russian students from Saint-Petersburg University of Telecommunications. This year, there were ten Korean students visiting from one of the school’s partner universities, Keimyung University […]Read the full article
BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER THE HACKATHON #HACKRISQUES The Hackathon #HackRisques conference, organized by the French Ministry of Environment, Energy and Oceans, took place at Tank co-working space from November 18th to the 20th. This event was not like past events. The difference was the clear desire to prepare for Hackathon far in advance by launching […]Read the full article
The Epitech Innovative Projects Forum celebrated its 10th anniversary last year. Today it is changing.Read the full article
Solomon Hykes (Epitech class of 2006) began his career at an SSII specialising in security. At the same time, he thought about creating a simple and effective hosting service for developers, easily scalable according to their needs: the idea of dotCloud was born. In 2008, Solomon Hykes took the first step and founded his company […]Read the full article
Yesterday we were talking about the fundraising deadline when accelerating a startup. It may seem a long way away for the students who are due to graduate in 2017, and are in the middle of bootstrapping their EIPs. In fact that’s not the case: when you have an idea that is taken up by a […]Read the full article
The appeal of travel and foreign lands is still very strong for certain groups, especially computer specialists. Julien Barbier (Epitech class of 2006) would not disagree. The founder of while42, the international network of French tech engineers, has just started TechMeAbroad. TechMeAbroad is a job board platform to help people travel and work in any […]Read the full article