Master's Degree in Centre France

Top Masters Programs in Centre France 2016/2017

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The benefits of a Masters extend beyond improving your earning potential. They can provide you with personal and professional skills to accelerate your development. They are also an opportunity to differentiate yourself from your peers, many of whom will have similar A-level and undergraduate qualifications.

Earning a Master requires two years of education after earning a Bachelor. This advanced degree may help students to achieve their educational and professional goals, as the rigors of a Master’s program help train students in the skills and knowledge they need to land the career of their dreams.

 

France is currently among the 20 best performing countries in terms of the economy due to their excellent results-oriented higher education learning. Most of the courses at universities are offered in the French language. France has 60 public and 100 private universities.

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Master Electronic and Mechanical Engineering - Mechanical engineering

University of TOURS
Campus Full time 1 year September 2016 France Tours

This Research Master entitled « Electronic and Mechanical Engineering - Mechanical Engineering program» (EME) is a one-year study aiming at bringing students, the theoretical background required to be an expert in [+]

Masters 2016/2017 in Centre France. This Research Master entitled « Electronic and Mechanical Engineering - Mechanical Engineering program» (EME) is a one-year study aiming at bringing students, the theoretical background required to be an expert in the field. This research oriented program is intended to form highly qualified personnel to be active in Mechanical engineering industries (transport, aeronautics, automobile etc). This Research Master is managed by international high-level institutes, Polytech Tours, the Laboratory of Mechanics and Rheology and the research centers CEROC, CERMEL, CERTEMPlus. Invited lectures will be organized with the participation of scientists from partner institutes in UK, Poland, Italy and India This Masters, taught entirely in English, aims to specialize students in the science and engineering of ceramics, metals, polymers/ elastomers, and composites, with emphasis on a variety of subjects like materials for electronics, biomaterials, nanotechnologies, mechanics, design, numerical modeling, reliability, life cycle analysis, fracture analysis etc. This program will cater to the needs of both engineering and science majors. Close contacts with the Industry will be provided through off-campus work assignments in industry (internships) or in academic lab. Our goal is to produce well qualified materials scientists and engineers who can function effectively in the technical arena as well as possess the skills to assume leadership roles in industry, academia, and government. The program objectives are to produce graduates who are: - able to apply the principles of materials science for undertaking advanced engineering and/or research projects. - knowledgeable about a variety of engineering materials (including metals, semiconductors, ceramics, polymers, and composites), and the relationships among processing, structure, properties, and performance. - able to define and solve problems, especially those involving materials selection and design, and are able to develop, implement and evaluate solutions via integration of their basic scientific skills and knowledge. - able to communicate effectively and who demonstrate the ability to function in multi-disciplinary teams. - skilled at using modern engineering tools for characterization, analysis and design of materials. - able to understand their responsibility towards their profession and society in a global context. The academic and industrial partners for this program are: - Indian Institute of technology, Madras, India - Vellore Institure of Technology, India - Univertsity of Lodz, Poland - Politecnico di Torino, Italy - Univetsity of Manchester, U.K. - Micromaterials, U.K. - G.M.T., Chennai, India [-]

Master in Electronic and Mechanical Engineering (EME)

University of TOURS
Campus Full time 1 year September 2016 France Tours

This Research Master entitled « Electronic and Mechanical Engineering - Electronic program » (EME) is a one-year study aiming at bringing students, the theoretical background required to be an expert in the field. [+]

EME is an international research master degree in Electronic and Mechanical Engineering with specialization in Electronic program. This Research Master entitled « Electronic and Mechanical Engineering - Electronic program » (EME) is a one-year study aiming at bringing students, the theoretical background required to be an expert in the field. This research oriented program is intended to form highly qualified personnel to be active in microelectronic engineering industries. This Research Master is managed by international high-level institutes, Polytech Tours, the GREMAN and the Laboratory of Mechanics and Rheology. This Masters, taught entirely in English, aims to specialize students in the science and engineering of ceramics, metals, polymers/ elastomers, and composites, with emphasis on a variety of subjects like materials for electronics, biomaterials, nanotechnologies, mechanics, design, numerical modeling, reliability, life cycle analysis, processing and instrumentation, etc. This program will cater to the needs of both engineering and science majors. Close contacts with the Industry will be provided through off-campus work assignments in industry (internships) or in academic lab. Our goal is to produce well qualified materials scientists and engineers who can function effectively in the technical arena as well as possess the skills to assume leadership roles in industry, academia, and government. The program's objectives are to produce graduates who are: able to apply the principles of materials science for undertaking advanced engineering and/or research projects. knowledgeable about a variety of engineering materials (including metals, semiconductors, ceramics, polymers, and composites), and the relationships among processing, structure, properties, and performance. able to define and solve problems, especially those involving materials selection and design, and are able to develop, implement and evaluate solutions via integration of their basic scientific skills and knowledge. able to communicate effectively and who demonstrate the ability to function in multi-disciplinary teams. skilled at using modern engineering tools for characterization, analysis and design of materials. able to understand their responsibility towards their profession and society in a global context [-]

Master in Computer Aided Decision Support

University of TOURS
Campus Full time 1 year September 2016 France Tours

The international research Master CADS is a one-year study aiming at bringing you the theoretical background required to be an expert of the "Science of Better". [+]

Masters 2016/2017 in Centre France. CADS is an international research master degree in Computer Science with specialization on Computer Aided Decision Support. Are you interested in gaining in-depth knowledge of Operations Research and Decision Aid? Are you interested in improving your skill and start a Ph. D. thesis? The international research Master CADS is a one-year study aiming at bringing you the theoretical background required to be an expert of the "Science of Better". Whatever you plan to do a Ph.D. thesis or work in a Research & Development department, go through the CADS website! "I found this program challenging and more empowering in polishing my technical skills. Within these few months, I got a chance and experience to see a broader picture of research activities prevailing in the subject." Pawandeep, Promotion 2014 [-]

Master in Planning and Sustainability: Urban and Regional Planning (PS/URP)

University of TOURS
Campus Full time 2 semesters September 2016 France Tours

This Master aims to help students to develop a critical understanding of contemporary planning challenges for cities and urban regions, in the context of climate change and growing human needs. [+]

This Master aims to help students to develop a critical understanding of contemporary planning challenges for cities and urban regions, in the context of climate change and growing human needs. The programme is designed so that students may confront up to date scientific knowledge on planning with their own cultural background and planning experiences. Through the Master, each student becomes familiar with the advantages and limitations of cross-national transfer of ‘good practices’ in the urban or regional policy field. As a research Master, this program trains students to deal with up to date research issues and methods. It prepares students to start a PhD or to take leadership roles in urban development and management, especially in an international context. Since it opened, in September 2010, this Master has attracted an average of 15 students per year, coming from the EU countries or from countries neighboring the EU, but also from North America, from Asia, and from the Middle East. This Master is offered by the Planning and Environment Department of the Polytechnic School, one of the largest planning schools in France, through its staff, its number of postgraduate students, or its number of graduates. The Department is member of the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) and of the French-speaking association of planning schools (APERAU Internationale) and also active within the Global Planning Education Association Network (GPEAN). The curriculum interacts with researches conducted by the laboratory Cities, Territories, Environnement, and Societies (a unit of the National Scientific Research Council and of Université François-Rabelais). The various research programmes carried out by one of its four research groups - the team “Urban and regional planning projects, landscape and environment”- provide the intellectual environment for the development and the discussion of each student’s individual research. The courses and research topics offered within this Master stem out from research carried out in the following axes: Planning systems and projects, Environmental and landscape dynamics, Risks and vulnerabilities, Sustainable local and regional development. The PS/URP, empowered as a specialty Master until 2018, was enhanced in 2014 by the addition of a new 30h teaching unit: "Urban Aquatic Ecosystems" (coordinated by Professor Karl Matthias Wantzen, one of the UNESCO Chair "River Culture" responsible). This illustrates a very positive impact of the fusion, in April 2014, between the Planning department and the IMACOF (Ingénierie des Milieux Aquatiques et des Corridors Fluviaux) department, after the authorization for six years delivered by the Engineer Titles Commission of the new specialty in Planning and Environment Engineering. During the first semester, the curriculum is organized around 150 hours of seminars and workshops (30 ECTS). The second semester is devoted to a research internship of 5 months (30 ECTS). It includes the participation to a seminars and the presentation by each student of the research in progress. [-]

Master of Fundamental Physics

University of TOURS
Campus Full time 2 years September 2016 France Tours

The Master of Fundamental Physics is a prestigious degree that is specifically intended for students interested in the methods and concepts of fundamental physics in the wide range of topics concerned by non linear phenomena, including particle physics, quantum field theory, general relativity, cosmology, propagation of waves in complex media, disordered/chaotic systems. [+]

Masters 2016/2017 in Centre France. The Master of Fundamental Physics is a prestigious degree that is specifically intended for students interested in the methods and concepts of fundamental physics in the wide range of topics concerned by non linear phenomena, including particle physics, quantum field theory, general relativity, cosmology, propagation of waves in complex media, disordered/chaotic systems. By choosing this master’s degree, you can be assured that you will be taught by a unique blend of leading researchers of different nationalities from two laboratories (LMPT and GREMAN). You will benefit from individual tutorials, advice and support from the faculty regarding your choices of courses, research internships and your overall academic future. Located in the Loire Valley, classified as World Heritage by UNESCO, one hour away by train from Paris, Tours offers, since the Renaissance, a privileged environment for studies at the highest level in an exquisite place for cultural and sports activities. The second year (S3 & S4) : Non Linear Physics During the 2nd year, courses offered include: Introduction to the theory and to the applications of solitons ravitation and relativistic astrophysics Collective quantum effects (vacuum, particles and fields) Numerical simulations Solitons in field theory Disordered systems Dynamical systems In semester S4, courses comprise two electives, that end in March. Thereafter, students work on a Master's thesis project, lasting three months. Examples of internship subjects: Constraints on gravitation theories from datas on galaxy clusters (Midi-Pyrenees Observatory) Simulating magnetization profiles (CEA) Vortex chaotic dynamics in superconductors (GREMAN) Deformation of Onsager algebra and integrable systems (LMPT) Hawking radiation and hydrodynamical black holes (J.-A. Dieudonne laboratory, Nice) A predoctoral education in Fundamental Physics The whole two years may interest graduate students but starting from the second year is also possible for suitably qualified students (the courses in the second year are taught in English). This training provides a thorough theoretical background ideally positioning the graduate for a PhD in theoretical or experimental physics (generally supported by grants in distinguished French laboratories that are accessible to almost all students of this master) or for pursuing a career outside of academia. The first year offers general lectures (continuous media, quantum physics, statistical physics, atomic and subatomic physics, classical fields, condensed matter, numerical methods) while the second year is aimed to deepen the fundamental notions of theoretical physics not only through a wide choice of advanced elective courses but, even more importantly, through the opportunity to actively participate in research projects through the senior thesis. Note that in Tours, students may find easily an individual accommodation for less than 400€/month. [-]

Diploma Engineer General

Ecole des Hautes Etudes d'Ingénieur
Campus Full time 5 years September 2016 France Lille

The engineer HEI? It is above all a truly generalist engineer who has a strong scientific and technical background. It is also a curious engineer, humanist, listening to others, sensitive to its environment, international profile. [+]

Diploma Engineer GP - full-time The engineer HEI? It is above all a truly generalist engineer who has a strong scientific and technical background. It is also a curious engineer, humanist, listening to others, sensitive to its environment, international profile. It is finally a manager, a business executive, enterprising, creative, a Managénieur ®. The diploma is accredited by the CTI (Commission for engineering qualifications) since 1935. The degree is awarded in three different teaching methods: the initial full-time training, initial training by learning and continuing education (sector Fontanet). A common approach All engineering students HEI have common approaches to graduation: - Training combines the teachings of core (underlying the general dimension of the diploma) and fields (to professionalize). - They are accompanied to mature their project throughout the course through the PPP (personal and professional project). - They must experience a international mobility are trained in foreign languages ​​and are aware of interculturalism. - The course is structured around four major themes: - Science, techniques, technologies from the various engineering professions - the world of business, environment, organization, management methods and management - human and social development, knowledge and Human Sciences, the ethical dimension - but also behavioral, relational dimensions of communication "construction, realization, self-fulfillment." Training that gives meaning Students on the campus of Lille formulate wishes domain upon entry into the first year to give meaning to their training. Throughout the course, they explore different routes (courses, workshops, meetings with professionals, company visits, cultural openings ...) to confirm their interest in entering the cycle begins 4eannée professionalization. The school thus supports the construction and consolidation of their personal and professional project. In general, about 95% of students have access to their first choice domain expressed in Grade 3. The advantage of a general school is the opportunity for students to change their original choice if they wish, their desire for change based on a pedagogical evaluation. The engineering cycle On the campus of Lille, engineering studies, students combine courses and projects to lead a team, to internships, associations and international experiences. Course options and experiences punctuate the HEI studies to consolidate their personal and professional project. This engineering program is realized in the majority of cases in the extension of preparatory classes for HEI (in the course in 5 years). It is also accessible in parallel admissions. A curriculum both general ... The core curriculum is organized by divisions. It covers a wide range of disciplines: mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering, computing, automation, electrical, electronic, mechanical, fluid and energy, human, literature, language, organization and management of business, sport, across the curriculum. And professionalizing ...! The 11 areas of professional enrich the general training with specific knowledge and skills. This represents 600 hours divided into 4th and 5th year and 400h and 200h 4th year 5th year. The engineering course combines lessons core (70% of the lessons of the engineering cycle) courses of professional fields (30% of course) choice (11 areas, including 8 accessible 4th year + 3 areas to which it is can bifurcate 5th year). During the cycle of professionalization (4th and 5th year), the teachings of areas complement the core courses with a view to future employability of engineers. These programs, designed in close collaboration with the business world, incorporate deepening in the last year to complete the professional background of students. Many actors now involved in this phase of the curriculum. [-]