What kind of projects do we accept?
The best client projects involve front-end (ie. in-browser user interfaces) or back-end development (ie. databases, servers, or back-end development).
We prefer POC projects (Proof of Concept) defined as:
- A client wants to test an idea but doesn’t have the time or resources to develop it
- The project success has no crucial impact on the business
- The idea or concept is quite new and can be built from scratch or as an independent application
- The development can be completed in 2 months, (~150 hours allocated by each student in the group)
We avoid projects that:
- Have critical impact on the client business
- Require full-feature development with deadlines
- Include building any payment functionality
- Use complex APIs (ie. IoT, complicated authentication, etc.)
- Involve finishing or fixing an existing project
Explore students projects
Students work on at least 3 projects throughout the course. Students complete their third projects in groups with real client partners. This is an excellent opportunity for client partners to get to know our students, see their work, and hire the best candidates after their completion of the program.
Web application created from the NASA API and allowing to calculate the travel time between two planets with the most original vehicles
Web application for managing a shared resource center in robotics, electronics and digital technology
a browser video game, a clicker game with real-time player ranking
The mobile application Esprit Occitanie, a Toulouse radio station, allow listeners to listen to the radio live or podcasts
Ferme de la Volière
Ferme de la Volière's site to facilitate the online shopping of its products and allow its customers to go to the pick-ups
Networking between eGames players and sponsors
Happy Sens reverses the codes and places employees at the heart of well-being and happiness projects in the company.
Hem Tennis Club
Redesign of the tennis club website