Civil Engineering - Master of Science (MSc)

Our Master's Programmes in Civil Engineering are taught in English, fully accredited by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research and give full access to PhD studies in France or abroad.

The following specialism is on offer in Civil Engineering:

MSc Materials and Structures in their Environment - C-ENG MSE

This specialism aims to develop scientific and technological knowledge on materials and structures in both the public works and industrial sectors. It is characterized by a high degree of scientific specialisation. The programme focuses on the following specialised areas: numerical modelling, constitutive laws, structural reliability, advanced experimental techniques, durability, modern concrete, geomechanics and earthquake engineering.

All about C-ENG MSE and how to apply

More programmes in Civil Engineering

Triple Master's Degree - Mechanics of Sustainable Materials and Structures (MS²)

This programme, which will see its first intake of students in 2024, is designed to train the next generation of civil engineers with the expertise to design and implement innovative building technologies with a focus on sustainable materials and structures. The main objective is to educate future leaders in the development of innovative solutions for sustainability and performance in the built environment by fostering creative and independent thinking and promoting low-impact oriented problem-solving.

The programme, which is taught in English over two years, requires a high degree of mobility since all students will study in three different countries: Germany, Italy and France.

Integrated Master-PhD Track | Civil engineering

Centrale Nantes offers high-potential students the opportunity to join our five-year Integrated Master-PhD track. This programme draws on the areas of excellence of our research institutes and our existing MSc programmes to bring together two years of Master studies and three years at PhD level.

Students applying for the MSc Materials and Structures in their Environment are eligible for the Integrated Master-PhD Track.
Published on November 21, 2023 Updated on May 6, 2024