Master of Engineering in Control Engineering, Robotics and Applied Informatics (ARIA)
The Master ARIA (Control Engineering, Robotics and Applied Informatics) is a common Master of Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Ecole des Mines de Nantes, and Université de Nantes. The master contains three specialities having a common first year M1: “Automatic control, Signal and Image (ASI)”; “Real Time, Steering and Supervision (TRCS)” and “Advanced Robotic (ROBA)”. Each speciality has also different tracks for more specialization. The first year courses are given in English, it also contains French Language course in order that the students can follow the scientific courses in French during the second year. The second year courses are also in English for ROBA, but most of courses are in French in ASI and TRCS.
Entry requirement: Bachelor of Engineering, 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 Frémondière - International Relations Manager, Centrale Nantes
Monica EKAL - Indian student of the programme
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What good does it bring me exactly to get a degree from three schools in Nantes? Especially in terms of getting a job? Thanks!
Hello! In order to be admitted, are criteria different for three different specializations ASI, TRCS, and ROBA? If so, please let me know what I need for ROBA. Thanks!
In order to get into M2, your web says we have to speak French fluently. That means, you do expect a good level of French when we enter the first year?
Should I have studied something related to robotic studies before this master? Thanks!
Expert question: To what extent do you train students to be aware of the social and ethical consequences of the artificial intelligence?
Does this master allow me to create a unique robot at the end of the degree? Is there any personal coaching service or projects that I can be involved in for this? Many thanks!
Hi. Is this degree designed for those who want to work in the industry or become a researcher? How are the courses designed for the purpose? Thanks in advance.
I'm interested in doing an internship. Will you give any information or contacts in the industry in France for me to find an internship? I'd have zero idea as I'm neither from this sector nor the region. Thanks!
Do you have some service specialized for international students? Does it help for flat, visa...? How is the life in Nantes?