Master of Engineering in Computational Mechanics

This Master is aimed at students who wish to deepen their skills in modeling and numerical simulation of mechanical models, both fluid and solid. The course covers the modeling of complex mechanical systems involving a possible coupling of different physics at different scales. The course provides solid training in advanced techniques in scientific disciplines for the modeling of engineering problems. The individual classes adopt a global approach towards the issues associated with numerical modeling, from the construction of models and their discretization to the numerical resolution of discrete models, and to the mathematical analysis of models and approximation methods.

Students who are in China can find the Replay on Youku

Entry requirement: Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Science or Equivalent.
Duration: Two years
Location: Nantes
Language: English
Selection: online application + TOEIC/ TOEFL/ Cambridge Advanced English Test/ IELTS or equivalent
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles



Les questions

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Intervenants :

  • Amélie EMARD - International Relations Manager at Centrale Nantes
  • Rohit Pethe - Master Alumni of the Master of engineering in applied Mechanics, currently PhD candidate at Centrale Nantes
  • 00:17

    The Pitch


    If I’m going to take the fluid mechanics track, shouldn’t I just apply to the hydrodynamics program?


    Are we required to do an internship?


    Does anyone ever have any fun? Give us examples :)

  • 06:35

    Where do graduates find jobs after the program? Are they well paid?


    What are the specificities of Computational Mechanics?


    I have a degree in physics and not engineering. Can I still apply?


    Hi. How much is this program, and is there financial support available?

  • 12:40

    How much professional experience do we have to have for entrance?


    What kinds of networking and career events does the school organize?


    Hi, I've had friends in Bristol who learned how to make a guitar pedal, do we do anything fun like that?


    Where is it possible to go on exchange?

  • 17:32

    What’s student housing like?