Bachelor of Cybersecurity

Explore our Bachelor of Cybersecurity program, recognized by the French government (RNCP), offering an intensive 12-month curriculum in alternance or full-time mode.

What you'll get

Course description

The Bachelor’s program awards you the RNCP title “Coordinateur de projets informatiques” at level 6 (BAC+3). This title is delivered by SUP DE VINCI:

NSF : 326 / RNCP 38478. Enregistré au RNCP par décision de France Compétences du 21-12-2023.

It consists of three teaching blocks, providing advanced technical skills.

  • Administering the implementation of the IT project
  • Maintaining the IT system in optimal operational condition
  • Evolving the IT system

These three competency blocks must be validated to obtain the certification (validation can be acquired per competency block). The Bachelor’s year is divided into three periods, always following the same format.

A Bachelor’s year is validated through the writing of a thesis and an associated defense.

Program details

Having completed a BAC+2 in computer science or equivalent training.

  • Theoretical Courses
  • Pratical Application Exercises in Virtual Face-to-Face
  • Technological Immersion Periods (Projects, Hackathons, etc.)
  • Professional Periods (Alternance, Apprenticeship)
  • Group or Individual Assignments on each module.
  • Technical Projects throughout the year.
  • Hckathons & Biwouak
  • Professional Projects
  • Oral Presentations
  1. Cybersecurity Analyst:

    • Analyze security threats and vulnerabilities to protect an organization’s systems and networks.
    • Develop and implement security measures to safeguard sensitive information and prevent cyberattacks.
    • Monitor network traffic, investigate security breaches, and recommend security enhancements.
  2. Security Consultant:

    • Provide expert advice and guidance on cybersecurity strategies, policies, and procedures.
    • Conduct security assessments and audits to identify risks and vulnerabilities in client systems.
    • Develop customized security solutions to address specific client needs and mitigate potential threats.
  3. Incident Responder:

    • Respond to cybersecurity incidents by analyzing and containing security breaches and intrusions.
    • Coordinate with internal teams and external stakeholders to investigate incidents and minimize impact.
    • Develop incident response plans and procedures to enhance the organization’s overall security posture.
  4. Security Operations Center (SOC) Analyst:

    • Monitor and analyze security events and alerts to identify and respond to potential threats.
    • Investigate security incidents, assess their severity, and take appropriate action to mitigate risks.
    • Collaborate with other cybersecurity professionals to continuously improve SOC processes and technologies.
  • 100% of students from the 2022 cohort obtained their degree.
  • 100% of students from the 2022 cohort continued their studies.
  • 0% of students from the 2022 cohort interrupted their studies.

Completing the Bachelor of Cybersecurity provides a solid foundation for pursuing our Master’s in Cybersecurity. Our Master’s program builds upon the comprehensive knowledge and skills acquired during the Bachelor’s, ensuring an optimal pathway to becoming a cybersecurity expert.


  • SYS101: System Administration
  • NET101: Network Routing, Switching & Security
  • CLD101: Introduction to Cloud Azure
  • CLD102: Cloud Automation
  • SEC101: Ethical Hacking
  • SEC102: Web Security
  • SEC103: OSINT
  • MGT101: Project Management
  • ENG101: English
  • IIP: International Immersion Period
  • XPRO1: Professional Experience

Next Start

30 September 2024


12 months / 581 hours of training

Time commitment

Approx. 1 full-day per week / 4 days in professional environment


French & English


BAC+3 / Bachelor