Master of Engineering in Atmosphere, Water and Urban Environment
This Master offers a well-balanced education to future engineers and town planners by providing the skills necessary to solve environmental and energy issues through an integrated approach, combining technological development together with the consideration of human, social and urban constraints. The programme is designed to provide scientific knowledge and tools through advanced lectures and research work in recognized and renowned research laboratories. The Master “Atmosphere, Water and Urban Environment” relies on the staff members and on the scientific and research facilities of the “Research Institute on Urban Sciences and Technology” (IRSTV). Students have classes on Energetics, Geographic information systems or even Turbulence & atmospheric boundary layer for instance.
Entry requirement: Bachelor of Science or Equivalent (180 ECTS) Duration: 2 years Location: Nantes (France) Language: English / French Selection: academic application + TOEIC/TOEFL/IELTS Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles
Anne-Laure FREMONDIERE - International Relations Manager, Centrale Nantes
Royston Fernandes - Alumni of the Master STEU
How much of the second year is taught in French? I don't speak any French now and don't think one year of learning will be enough to take classes.
My question is about the STEU program. I am a graduate of Bachelor of City and Regional Planning in Turkey. But I am not sure if I am eligible because it says applicants must hold an Engineering or Science degree, and my program is from Architecture Faculty. Advice?
What's the proportion of theory to hands-on practice or projects through workshops and assignments?
Are there any field trips are site visits to companies?
What kinds of job do students typically get jobs after graduating and where?
Do we have to do an internship at some point?
What's it like living as a student in Nantes? What can we do in our freetime?
Where do students come from for this program?
Question for student: What's been the best part of the program?
How much professional experience do candidates typically apply with?
What lab facilities are available to us as students?
My math grades are average but not great, and my sciences marks are excellent. Can they compensate for the math?
Are our professors engineers from the field or are they mostly academics?