Earning a diploma or degree through Accreditation of Prior Learning

Do you consider that the professional experience and skills you've acquired over time, and your level of responsibility are comparable to those of an engineer, even if you don't have an engineering degree?

Earning a diploma or degree through Accreditation of Prior Learning

Receive certification to recognize your skills

Télécom SudParis

Once your career path has been assessed by a jury, you can be awarded one of the two diplomas or two degrees that Telecom SudParis offers through Accreditation of Prior Leaning:

The jury will base their decision on a supporting file that you will have to provide, as well as an interview.

It is important to note that this process requires a large amount of personal investment. Before starting, we would advise you to clarify your motivations as well as your personal and professional ambitions, create a detailed CV, and then describe and analyze the skills you have acquired and used in each job position in writing.

Then, check that your experience exactly matches the classes provided by the school for the general digital engineering course (core subjects and specialist stream), the network engineering course or the ISSE or NIASE diplomas. You can then make contact with the head of lifelong learning to submit your application.


Flow chart of the VAE process

Useful links



Dr Ing Joséphine KOHLENBERG

Head of Professional Courses 

Head of the Cassiopée Program

E-mail : @josephine.kohlenberg