Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Engineering

Empower your future

Our role at Centrale Nantes is to train highly qualified, agile and innovative engineers, at the forefront of science and technology, who are able to tackle the 21st century's complex challenges. We aim to produce a new generation of engineers who are pioneering solutions to major global issues in the areas of energy, water, environment, transport, housing, urbanism, manufacturing etc.

Thanks to our teaching expertise, we have put together a strong bachelor programme that combines advanced technical expertise, personal development, multicultural skills and industrial experience. Read more.
The Centrale Nantes' Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Engineering (BSc. Eng.) has a total duration of eight semesters (four academic years). Specializations are offered in civil engineering, ocean or industrial engineering.

The programme is designed to attract the best and brightest students and prepare them to act as graduate professionals in the various fields of engineering. They will be offered a strong programme that combines advanced technical expertise, personal development, multicultural skills and industrial experience. They will be prepared to succeed in a workplace filled with diverse people, attitudes, and ideas; to compete in the global marketplace; to work effectively in multidisciplinary and multicultural teams; and to confidently understand, use, and develop modern technology.

Courses in the Bachelor of Sciences (Hons) in Engineering involve a total of 10 months work experience as well as practical training in order to provide access to professional practice and to prepare students for professional careers.

Programme overview

Our programme offers extended knowledge of mathematics and physics, in-depth knowledge of the selected engineering specialization and covers the basics in project management and business. In Year 4, our students chose to specialize in civil engineering, ocean or industrial engineering with industrial work experience included.

Published on March 9, 2017 Updated on June 19, 2019