With 2,500 students, the University of Troyes technology is part of the largest French engineering schools (3rd school recruiting post-baccalaureate according to the 2012 palmares of L'Usine Nouvelle).
UTT trains engineers in six branches, Masters in eleven specialties and doctors in three specialties. Its development policy relies on a high level research focused on the transverse theme Science and Technologies for Risk Master, and an ambitious international strategy.
UTT is a member of the Conference of French Schools of Engineering Managers (CDEFI - whose presidency is currently held by the director of the UTT), the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles (CGE), the Conference of Presidents University (CPU) and the European University Association (EUA). UTT is part of the network of French technology universities with UTBM (Belfort-Montbéliard) and UTC (Compiègne) and UTSEUS, created in 2005 on their model in Shanghai.