The print media sector extends from editing documents to graphic industry and include packaging printing. The purpose of the Printed Communication Engineering option is to train engineers able to solve problems specific to these vast and changing industries.
Academic program - Student
The courses are taught in French except in the second year: during the semesters 7 & 8, the majority of the lessons are in English.
Strengthen the competitiveness of the company in innovative markets, manage technological developments in the sector, consider the strategies of future business... our future engineers will be able to meet these challenges. If this training meets the needs of today's printing industry, it is also facing the future print with a high added value. In addition to the teachings of engineering and business, strengths of Printed Communication Engineering specialty training are broken down into specific modules:
Printing processes engineering
Materials and color
Specialized data processing
Engineering of a cross-media campaign (teaching in draft form)
A very good knowledge of printing and converting processes, inks and associated media, and a thorough knowledge of the issues relating to the reproduction of the color (colorimetry, color management...) remain the core competencies of engineering of this option. Diversification printing trade is envisaged through the cross-media, digital printing, personalization, interactive prints and new applications of printing processes, particularly in the context of the printed electronics and smart packaging.