DUT Statistics and Business Intelligence In-Company Training

General information

Prerequisites for enrolment
Bac + 3
Admission conditions
Length of studies
2 semesters of teaching and 16 months in a company
Campus Jean-Henri Fabre - Site IUT
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Cost and financial aid
Initial training  
Continuous training (employees, jobseekers, self-employed)

University Diploma of Technology, mention: Statistics and Business Intelligence
Type of course: In-Company Training

A topical profession: Data analytics, Big Data, Business Intelligence, biotechnologies, pharmaceuticals, medical, social, environment, agronomy, management, banking-finance-insurance, marketing, human sciences, criminology, telecommunications, tourism...

Process and analyse information for modelling and decision support.

Towards the professions... Statistical analyst - Data analyst - Data scientist - Data manager - Bio statistician - Bio informatician.



Erasmus training area

15.0 Communication and information sciences

ERASMUS field (if applicable)

Communication et sciences de l'information


Internship included in the contract.


Prerequisites for enrolment : Bac + 3

Required former training

Initial training, through the DUT Statistics and Business Intelligence (STID).

Admission conditions

After obtaining semesters 1 to 3 of the DUT STID, 1 year in a company before semester 4. In total, Bac +2 and 16 months of mission in a company. The paid contract is for 2 years.


At Avignon University, the pre-registration and registration procedures are done online on the website, see the "Registration" section.

Please note: some courses are only accessible after one or several steps of pre-selection and/or selection. Therefore, before registering, you must meet all the conditions for admission.

Level of education obtained after completion
Niveau II

Career Opportunities

Business sector

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Computer science, telecommunication, communication, marketing, life sciences, environment, social, biology, banking, insurance, finance, trade-distribution-sales.

Diversified sectors of activity:

  • Biology - Genetics - Agronomy
  • Pharmaceutical- Medical
  • Finance- Management- Banking- Insurance
  • Agronomy- Geography- Meteorology
  • Marketing- Psychology
  • Survey and polling institutes
  • Telecommunications- multimedia -Internet/intranet
  • Criminology - Humanities
  • Tourism- Leisure- Hotel- Restaurant
  • IT services and engineering (consulting, auditing, expertise...)
  • Logistics and transport
  • Public service - local authorities - research
  • Trade- Distribution- Handling
  • Management of quality, hygiene, safety and control
Functions and jobs

Statistical analyst, Data analyst, Data scientist, Data manager, Assistant engineer, Research technician, Data manager, Bio-statistician, Bio-informatician.

On www.letudiant.fr ... statistics does not necessarily mean INSEE. "You can find statisticians in all sectors," says Gérard Grégoire, who is in charge of the DUT at Grenoble 2. "When you go to a Carrefour store, they help you analyze the bill. When you go to the bank, it's the same thing. In industry, statistics are used for quality control and reliability. In industry, statistics are used for quality control and reliability, and in the environment, where they are useful for studying the impact of pollution..." With such a wide range of fields, there are almost no problems with job opportunities. Recruiters like the generalist aspect of this DUT. A professional degree has the advantage or disadvantage of being more narrowly focused on one speciality. What's new in the reform? The maths programme has been lightened. Computer science has been expanded (databases, networks, etc.). There is no official option, but in the second year, it is possible to orientate one's DUT towards biostatistics, marketing, data specific to geography.

Professional distribution of graduates:

Service companies:
  • in biostatistics 8%.
  • in computer science 23
  • studies and surveys 9%
Pharmaceutical labs 9%
Banks 9%
Mutuals 1%
Insurance 6%
Food processing 2%
Mass distribution 2%
Mail order 2%
Other 11%

Local authorities 3%
Hospital sector 3%
CRAM (health insurance fund) 1%
Research centre (INSERM...) 3%
Education 3%
Other 2%

Director of studies

Person in charge: Philippe Schmitt

Head of department: Pierre-Michel Bousquet

Director of studies: Delphine Blanke

Date of update June 22, 2021