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

Type
Master (ISCED 2011 level 7)
Language

English

Duration 4 semesters
Cost 15 000€/2years for non-European students

Through this programme 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 Master is that you will have on-board training sessions on French Navy vessels. The insight gained into on-board practices, use of complex equipment and immersion into rapidly evolving knowledge and techniques is highly valuable for a naval engineer, and of course, highly regarded by industrial employers.


The programme of study lasts two academic years - denoted by M1 and M2. Courses are taught in English across the entire programme

Prospects for employment or further study

Sectors: Marine, Energy
Fields: Marine Transportation, Marine Equipment, Wind and Marine Energy, Research and Innovation
Job Positions: Mechanical Engineer, Process Engineer, Design Engineer, Marine Systems Management, Research and Innovation Engineer (post PhD)

Structural components
Thesis/Dissertation
Ship training
Industry partners
Internship/Workplace experience
Language training

Application procedure

Apply online

Download the user guide and open the online platform: https://ecandidat.ec-nantes.fr/

Learning outcomes

Skills developed

  • Model and understand the concepts of naval hydrodynamics,
  • Master the energetic and propulsion systems on ships
  • Integrate the human and technical constraints of operational maritime implementation
In addition to the above specialism-specific skills, students will also develop more general skills:
  • Identify models, perform simulation and analyse results
  • Communicate comprehensive results in a meaningful way
  • Undertake bibliographic surveys of international research and professional literature
  • Manage or be part of a project

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