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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Liad Paskin - Doctoral Candidate
Should I have engineering experience to apply to this program? My major was mechanical physics in undergraduate.
I have a 5 years bachelor degree in marine engineering. My study was in Arabic and i don't have an IELTS or TOEFL certificate, but I have an English proficiency certificate from The Higher Institute of Languages in my country Syria. That's been said, am I eligible to apply?
Will I be expected to speak French for successful completion of this master?
Liad, what was your specialization in the marine technologies major and how familiar were you already with the content?
Is the onboard vessel training on active duty ships? Can you tell me more about this aspect, please?
The program choice of the second year (ECN,URO,ZUT) is it assigned according to the rank of the first year?
Is there any military training in these masters? I see links to the French navy.
Liad. What is your area of research in your doctorate? How does this school support you?
What facilities does Centrale have to simulate marine environments for experimentation?
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What is the number of Erasmus scholarships for this year; What is the amount? What are the criteria for obtaining a scholarship?
What practical projects can I expect to work on in this master?
Are there local shipyards that we have access to? Do you organize visits for students in this master?
How is Centrale Nantes regarded on the international level for marine technology research? Is it particularly innovative?
Do students from the master participate in any engineering competitions?
Are the professors full-time academic researchers? Local engineers brought into the school?
What kind of software should I be familiar with to enter this master? Do you have extra tutorials to learn the software?
Is the program going to introduce us to marine renewable energies??