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What we noted
Master of Marine Technologies
The Master of Marine Technology is composed of two specializations: hydrodynamics for Ocean Engineering and Atlantic Master on Ship Operation & Naval Engineering. The first one aims to give students advanced training on typical problems of hydrodynamics applied to naval architecture and ocean engineering. The second specialization allows its students to develop skills in naval engineering and to become engineers experienced in ship operations. An outstanding feature of this programme is that you will have on-board training sessions on French Navy vessels. The programme of study lasts two academic years and includes French language courses.
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Abello - Student in M2 Master Marine Technology Anne-Laure
FREMONDIERE - International Cooperation Manager, Centrale Nantes
Is the onboard vessel training on active duty ships? Can you tell me more about this aspect, please?
What is the typical profile accepted into this program? I studied physics in undergrad. Do you only accept engineers?
Do you provide some help to choose our specialization in the second year? Thanks
How much of the program is taught in English and how much in French?
Hola Cristina! Can you tell me more about your background and why you chose this program, please? Gracias.
What kinds of lab simulations can be done at Centrale Nantes for learning about wave resistance?
In which companies work your alumni? Do they stay in France after completing the program?
Do you organize site visits to shipyards and marine firms?
Is Centrale Nantes known for innovative research in Marine Technologies? Why do this master there?
Can you tell me more about the software used in this program for modeling and other functions? Do I need previous experience in using the software?
What is the Business Environment module listed in the curriculum?
What kinds of scholarships does Centrale Nantes offer international students for this program?
Are there any double-degree options or opportunities to study at partner universities?
If I do the Atlantic Master on Ship Operation and Naval engineering, does the degree come from Centrale Nantes or Ecole Navale?
What is the balance between class lectures and hands-on work with projects or in a lab?
The Expert Question
The Expert Question: In what ways do you currently see innovations (technology or otherwise) changing and improving work in Marine Technologies, and how does Centrale Nantes keep up with the latest?
Where do most students find internships? In France? Abroad? Do you have partnerships with companies that hire Centrale Nantes students?
What is the Maritime Initiation and Leadership class in the Atlantic Master? Sounds like military boot camp.
Is it possible to follow one track in the Marine Technologies masters and take one or two courses from the other track?
Where do the professors come from? Are they full-time faculty, or part-time teachers / engineers?
What is Nantes like for students? It looks kind of quiet.