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Master of Engineering in
- Nature :
Diplôme d'établissement homologué
- Durée des études :
- 2 years
Accessible en :
- Formation initiale
The Master is fully recognized and accreditated by the French Ministry of Higher Education.
The quality of this Master has been recogniezd by the European Comission by supporting the European Master of Science in Computational Mechanics in the Erasmus Mundus framework.
The network established by the researchers engaged in the programme guaranties international exposure to the students. The programme of study lasts two years and gives a total of 120 credits.
100% of the language of instruction and examination is English for the 2 years.
Besides, 160 hours of French language courses are given during the 1st year.
The individual classes adopt a global approach towards the issues associated with numerical modelling, 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.
This Master is aimed at students who wish to deepen their skills in modelling and numerical simulation of mechanical models, both fluid and solid. The course covers the modelling of complex mechanical systems involving a possible coupling of different physics at different scales.
In more general terms, the course provides with solid training in advanced techniques in scientific disciplines for the modelling of engineering problems.
This Master "Computational Mechanics" relies on the staff members and on the scientific and research facilities of the GeM "Institut de Recherche en Génie Civil et Mécanique".
The classes are closely related to current scientific issues and harness the expertise of a teaching team in direct contact with industry.
EDF (power supplier), PSA (car manufacturer), SNECMA (aircraft engine manufacturer)
- Echanges internationaux
Niveau(x) de recrutement
A-level + 3
Students must hold a first university degree after at least three years of studies (Bachelor of Science or 180 credits in the European system or equivalent).
Applicants must be fluent in English, both in writing and speaking. An applicant whose native language is not English is required to pass a recognized international English test such as the TOEFL or other equivalent.
A possibility for directly integrating the second year is opened and discussed by the Admission committee.
Application for Fall 2015 admission will be available from October 17, 2014 onwards
Deadline: May 16, 2015
Prospective students are encouraged to submit an online application here
There is only one intake per year - every September
Master Application guidelines
Non European students: €12,000
Centrale Nantes attractive scholarships
Other scholarships from industries or governments are offered.
More information, please contactMs Anne-Laure Frémondière
European students : standard local fees
Organisation générale des études
The duration of the Masters of Science in Applied Mechanics courses is two academic years (120 ECTS credits). Each year is split into two semesters with 30 ECTS credits for each.
The 1st-year study programme is the same for all the Masters of Science in Applied Mechanics even though the elective track is different.COMMON TRACKS (Number of credits : 45 credits)
Mathematics and Computer Science
Mechanical Modelling and Simulation
Transverse skillsSPECIALITY TRACKS (15 credits)
Student can choose between 2 speciality tracks.
Solid Mechanics track
- Engineering Materials (5)
- Structural Mechanics (3)
- Constitutive laws (3)
- Computer-aided mechanical design OR Introduction to Civil Engineering (4)
Fluid Mechanics track
MASTER COURSES (30 CREDITS)
MASTER THESIS (30 CREDITS)
Home University : Kasetsart University, Thailand
Currently working at Valeo Siam Thermal Systems, Thailand.
Subsidiary of VALEO, French automotive industry
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Application for Fall 2015 admission
From October 17, 2014
To May 16, 2015
Submit an online application here
There is only one intake per year - every SeptemberMaster Application guidelines
(Except the Erasmus Mundus Masters
May 16, 2015
July 12, 2015 for EuropeanAdmission results: from January 2015Beginning of the courses:September 2015
(one intake per year)
Fees and financing
Fees, living cost and scholarships
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In parallel to your Master application,
you must apply for your Visa
on Campus France
before March 31, 2014