Marine Technology - Master of Science (MSc)

Our Master's Programmes 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.

Choose from the following specialisms in Marine Technology:

MSc Hydrodynamics for Ocean Engineering - M-TECH HOE

This specialism aims to give students advanced training on typical problems of hydrodynamics applied to naval architecture and ocean engineering: ship resistance, seakeeping, ship behaviour in irregular seas, water,  waves and marine environment... physical, modelling and numerical aspects are studied.

All about M-TECH HOE and how to apply

MSc Atlantic Master on Ship Operation & Naval Engineering - M-TECH AMASONE

Through this specialism students will develop skills in naval engineering to become engineers experienced in ship operations. Two of the top French Technical Universities (Ecole Navale in Lanvéoc-Poulmic and Centrale Nantes) have teamed up to offer you a unique programme. The outstanding strength of this MSc programme is that you will have on-board training sessions on French Navy vessels.

All about M-TECH AMASONE and how to apply

More Master's programmes in Marine Technology

Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters

Centrale Nantes currently offers two Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters (EMJMs) in Marine Technology.  EMJMs are prestigious international study programmes, jointly delivered by an international consortium of higher education institutions. EU-funded scholarships are awarded to the best student candidates applying under annual selection rounds.

Integrated Master-PhD Track | Marine Technology

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 Hydrodynamics for Ocean Engineering (M-TECH HOE) are eligible for the Integrated Master-PhD Track
Published on November 21, 2023 Updated on May 6, 2024