Wood and digital transition of production
The Bachelor’s in “Wood and the digital transition of production” is a three-year training programme for mid-level production managers in wood processing industries capable of managing complex tools and processes.
These professionals are particularly well-suited to assist companies with the digital transformation of production, especially in the transition to the industry 4.0 model.
The Bachelor’s is a “bac+3” (three-year university) degree supported by professional organisations.
Trainees have student status. They can complete the 2nd and 3rd years in the form of a work-study arrangement with a company.
The program is taught in French.
Training takes place at ESB. Students benefit from the equipment (laboratories, workshops) and environment (teachers, student associations, events) of a major engineering school.
There are 24 students per class in the Bachelor’s programme on wood.
Boasting solid technological knowledge, holders of this degree can carry out the tasks of a production unit or line manager in a wood processing company.
They are capable of:
The program is designed over 3 years. Each year represents 60 ECTS credits.