Degree apprenticeship in partnership with ITII

In partnership with the ITII Pays de la Loire (Institut des Techniques d'Ingénieur de l'Industrie), Centrale Nantes trains engineers specialising in Mechanical Engineering, in Construction and Public Works and in Communicating Embedded Systems. These programmes are offered in the form of a degree apprenticeship and are taught in French.

Programme applicants must hold a two-year post-secondary qualification (DUT - diplôme universitaire de technologie or BTS - brevet de technicien supérieur).

Construction and Public Works

Training engineers in Construction and Public Works, with the technical and managerial skills to design and achieve tomorrow's building sites.

Mechanical Engineering

Training field engineers, with strong managerial skills and techniques particularly in mechanics. They will go on to exercise their profession in the following fields: production, methods, industrialisation, quality etc.

Communicating Embedded Systems Engineer

"From system specification to embedded software"
Train engineers able to support the entire development process (from specifications to final delivery) of a communicating embedded system: specify, design, carry out and test to present a final and efficient product.

A degree apprenticeship in Construction and Public Works,in Mechanical Engineering or in Communicating Embedded Systems Engineer at Centrale Nantes, in partnership with ITII Pays de la Loire, means:

  • Reaping the benefits of a long collaboration (over 30 years)
  • Developing one's skills and technical potential through training conducted in both the academic and industrial environment
  • Taking advantage of the exceptional teaching and research environment (numerous industrial partners, world-class research laboratories.)
The teaching staff - comprising teachers, researchers and industrial contributors - give you the opportunity to boost your professional career with a unanimously recognized diploma.


Applications on the ITII Pays de La Loire website:
Published on March 9, 2017 Updated on May 4, 2023