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CENTRALE Nantes

Master of Engineering in Applied Mechanics

The Master of Applied Mechanics (SMA) focuses first on general scientific lectures (Mathematics and Computer Science, Mechanical Modelling and Simulation, Transverse skills…). The 1st-year study program is the same for all the Masters of Science in Applied Mechanics even though the elective track is different. In second year, students can choose among 5 independent programs: the Hydrodynamics and Ocean Engineering program; the Energetics and Propulsion program; the Computational Mechanics program; Materials processes and Technology of Composites; and the Design of Systems and Products program.
Entry requirement: Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Science or Equivalent
Duration: 1 or 2 years
Location: Nantes (France)
Language: English (1st year) or French/English
Selection: academic application + TOEIC/TOEFL/IELTS
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles

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2015-12-17

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Participants:

  • Anne-Laure FREMONDIERE - Manager Relations Internationales
  • Shristi KUMBAR - Etudiante du programme
  • 01:02

    The speech

    02:14

    Face to face

    02:28

    Hello, I have a three-year bachelor in informatics: would you consider my application?

    03:28

    Do we get to spend the whole Master in Nantes or do you have any partnerships with other schools?

  • 05:19

    What kind of positions could I reach with this degree?

    06:33

    Hi everyone, what are the requirements to enter this program?

    08:59

    Hello, I'm from China and I'd like to know how recognized is this degree abroad?

    11:12

    Expert question

  • 11:20

    Expert question: What's your value among all the engineering schools in France and the world? What are the real outlets you offer that some other schools don't?

    13:33

    What are the differences between year one and year two?

    15:04

    As an international student do you think that students can be successful in getting a job without being biased? How does ECN prepare students to be job ready?

    16:37

    Hello, I'm from South Africa but I don't speak any French: is that a problem?

  • 17:38

    Do you require a special level in math? I'm afraid there are a lot of courses about this subject.

    18:31

    Hello, I haven't read anything about internships on your website: can you tell me more please?

    19:28

    Conclusion