This two-year formation aims engineering students to study advanced robotics with extensive focus on programming and experiments. It provides knowledge on modelling, simulation, analysis and control of a variety of robotics systems. All classes are taught in English. After 3 semesters of courses and 1 semester of Master’s thesis or an internship, students could get jobs such as Mechanical Engineer, Robotics engineer, Process Engineer, Design Engineer, Research and Innovation Engineer… The quality of this Master has been recognized by the European Union by supporting the European Master on Advanced Robotics (EMARO+) in the framework of the Erasmus Mundus programme.
Entry Requirements: Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Science or Equivalent Duration: 2 years Location: Nantes (France) Language: English Selection: academic application + TOEIC/TOEFL/IELTS Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles
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Zhongmou LI - Graduate of the Master of Advanced Robotics, PhD student at Centrale Nantes
Anne-Laure FREMONDIERE - International Cooperation Manager, Centrale Nantes
What expertise does Centrale Nantes have in robotics? Is the school considered an innovative leader in the science of robotics?
What is the balance between designing and building robots and programming them with artificial intelligence?
Who are eligible for this program?
Does Nantes have development labs and robotics equipment that are already paid for? Materials to build robots are expensive!
How much does this program cost and are the scholarships available?
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Hello Zhongmou. What is the proportion between theoretical and hands-on learning in the program. Is it purely theory based or does it make you industry ready also?
How are the opportunities for international students in France after graduating from CENTRALE NANTES (with respect to employment opportunities)?
What are the chances of availing scholarship for the Masters' program for international students? What is the typical scholarship offered?
Is there robotics industry around Nantes where I could find internships and jobs?
Is it possible to do work with professors during the program and publish papers with them?
Hi Zhongmou! What is your PhD topic of research in robots? What support does Centrale Nantes provide you in your research?
The Expert Question
The Expert Question: Autonomous cars, digital home assistant devices from Google and Amazon, more and more humanistic robots… Where do you think robotics students should focus in order to have the most professional opportunity and the greatest impact on science and product?
What level of knowledge should I have in robotics to apply to this program? I am a computer science engineer and have only recently become interested in robotics.
What is Nantes like for students?
Can you explain your process for analyzing human walking to improve robotic mimicking? Any other humanoid behaviors you study?
How is the international diversity of the program, among both students and teachers?