The coursework in this Master 2 is a combination of:
• Seminars enabling students to obtain first-hand accounts and feedback from professionals from various fields: Web Accessibility, Media Asset Management, Editorial Content Production, Mobile Media, Open-source applications etc…
• Fundamental Coursework.
• A collaborative student project in cooperation with professional partners using an immersive team project approach. This student project consists in designing and developing a “cross media” application (web and mobile applications, blogs, trailers and short films, forums,…) allowing students to apply knowledge acquired in the fundamental coursework.
• A second semester entirely devoted to a 22 week professional internship.
The Degree enables students to develop not only scientific skills:
• Information Systems and Architecture
• Creating of Digital Storytelling
• Digital Content Production and Publishing
• Technology Watch and Data Retrieval
• Economic Intelligence and Strategic Communications
But also professional skills:
• Individual specialized workshops to learn various multimedia applications and programming techniques.
• Master Image and Sound production tools and the development of digital communications in a creative and innovative spirit.
As well as methodological skills:
• Management strategies for designing and developing on-line multimedia content.
• Team management using project management and collaborative tools.
Duration of studies
• Communication - Advertising - Marketing
• Multimedia - Internet - Audiovisual
• Multimedia Project Manager
• Webmaster (Development, Host)
• Community Manager
• E-publishing Manager
• Traffic Manager
• Data Warehouse Engineer
• IT Consultant (Website Referencing)
• Web TV Developer and Presenter…
Over the past 5 years, students have been successful in obtaining internships and employment :
|80% of students were recruited by the end of their internship. 30% began their internship with an employment contract.
69 % of Master 2 students were offered employment at the end of their internships, including 48% with permanent employment contracts.
According to the first national professional integration study for Master’s degrees, Ingemedia obtained the second highest ranking in France with a score of 96 %, which was 7% higher than the national average.
Ingemedia students generally obtain employment as multimedia project managers essentially in technical fields or as webmasters. They coordinate development teams and are deeply involved in the projects they manage. Some elect to focus on the preliminary phases of the projects they manage such as the editorial, marketing, financial and legal aspects.
They may also manage a team of web developers and graphic designers. Others are recruited as Internet/Intranet communication managers, web planners, traffic managers, or referencing managers.
Unit 1 Media, Writing and Digital Fields (common to all M2 Degrees)
Understanding Socio-Technological Information and Communication Approaches
Unit 2 Fundamentals of Information Systems
Systems and Architecture
Unit 3 Multimedia Design and Production
Unit 4 Digital Content Products and Services
Unit 5 Professional Project
Unit 6 Professional or Research Orientated Internship
Professional or Research Orientated Internship
Duration of Internship: 20 weeks
Students have access to a platform for employment and internships with over 200 offers per year.
Each internship whether in Master 1 or Master 2 is supervised by a professor throughout the process (Résumés, Cover Letters, Interviews, Negotiation).
The university mentoring program involves all faculty members accompanying students during their internships. The internship is evaluated based on the student’s written report, an oral presentation, as well as the assessment of the student’s “company” tutor.
Internships may be undertaken abroad (10% of M1 students pursue their studies in a foreign country). The student’s performance is monitored via video-conferencing.
A student may apply for the 60 credit hour Master’s Degree if the following conditions are met:
• If the student has earned a Master 1 Degree or equivalent in the field of Information and Communications;
• If the student has validated the first 2 semesters of the Master 1 “Information and Communications” from Ingémédia;
• If the VAE Department deems the student has sufficient knowledge and/or professional experience.
Acceptance is determined by the Dean of the school of Ingémédia upon recommendation of the department head.
Validating Professional Experience
The University’s VAE Department is in charge of handling requests for validating professional experience.
The VAE Department will welcome, inform, and advise candidates wishing to either validate a diploma in whole or in part, or pursue their studies at the University of Toulon.
Validating University Coursework and Diplomas
The “Validation des Etudes Supérieures” department of the University’s Registrar office centralizes the administrative procedures for both French and foreign students wishing to apply for or obtain a degree in whole or in part.
Initial Education :
The standard application process includes an Application Form, Resume and Cover Letter. Applications are accepted starting in March. The application form and additional information may be found on our website: http://www.ingemedia.net ( click on “Candidature”).
Formation continue :