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AI Engineer Tracks – EPITA

AI Engineer by EPITA

About EPITA

With its inception in 1984, EPITA (Graduate School of Computer Science and Advanced Technologies) is an Engineering School that trains experts who design, develop and improve the future of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). In addition, EPITA has an extensive list of corporate partnerships (Google, Microsoft, SAP, Siemens, Facebook, …). Over 96% of EPITA students are hired for a permanent job before their graduation. For more than 35 years, the French College “EPITA” has relied in the field of education in its programs on continuous development and enabling the trainee to achieve linkage and communication with the latest developments in industry and scientific research.
https://www.epita.fr/en/

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About the program

It is a joint educational program between the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology and the French College “EPITA” made available through the Information Technology Institute “ITI”. Where the French College provides the educational curriculum for the diploma that will be developed in line with the needs of the Egyptian market. Creating an effective knowledge transfer system by training qualified trainers and enabling them to offer curricula for postgraduate diplomas in the field of artificial intelligence.

The program consists of three phases taught in each semester over 240 hours of academic activities, which include 120 hours of study sessions, and 120 hours for laboratories and projects directed by trainers;

  1. The first semester represents the foundation stage, which includes all the necessary courses in mathematics and programming to sharpen the technical skills of students, while
  2. The second semester is the stage of excellence and includes the basic subjects of artificial intelligence, including machine learning, deep learning, natural language processing, and computer vision.
  3. The third semester represents the stage of work readiness, through practice and how to establish and apply the outputs of the first and second stages in realistic projects.

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