Master Degree in Industrial Management in France

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Industrial Management

Master-level studies involve specialized study in a field of research or an area of professional practice. Earning a master’s degree demonstrates a higher level of mastery of the subject. Earning a master’s degree can take anywhere from a year to three or four years. Before you can graduate, you usually must write and defend a thesis, a long paper that is the culmination of your specialized research.

A Master’s degree of Industrial Management helps Graduates understand technological advance, and how to apply it to strategic decisions for an organization. It uses science and technology to solve these issues, which in turn provides business opportunities.

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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Diploma Engineer General

Ecole des Hautes Etudes d'Ingénieur
Campus Full time September 2017 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. [+]

Best Masters in Industrial Management in France 2017. 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. [-]

Safety, Quality, Environment and Risk Management Engineer

ESAIP Graduate School of Engineering
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 France Angers

A 3 year programme in French... [+]

A 3 year programme in French - QHSE - Industrial & Natural Risk management - Energy management - Circular economy [-]

Industrial systems

University of Technology Troyes - UTT
Campus Full time 5 - 7 years September 2017 France Troyes

The optimization of an industrial processus depends on the technical and financial requirements and constraints: quality assurance, the human as active and decisional element, the environment, innovation and the competitive context. <br> The Industrial System engineer is trained at the design, management and maintenance of manufacturing systems, at taking into account the environmental impact and risks as well as at the implementation of manufacturing techniques processes. [+]

Best Masters in Industrial Management in France 2017. To manage industrial system, its costs and optimize its performances The optimization of an industrial processus depends on the technical and financial requirements and constraints: quality assurance, the human as active and decisional element, the environment, innovation and the competitive context. The Industrial System engineer is trained at the design, management and maintenance of manufacturing systems, at taking into account the environmental impact and risks as well as at the implementation of manufacturing techniques processes. Core courses in Industrial Systems: Company management and strategy, project management Mathematic tools: statistics, operational research, optimization Informatics, simulation Technology, automation Quality, industrial excellence Competences of the Industrial Systems Engineer To pilot an industrial manufacturing system by integrating the socio-economical and human factors To implement scientific methods of industrial management To use and to master the software tools for industrial management To audit the industrial processus performances To audit and improve an industrial processus Specializations (Filières): Production Systems Management: Optimized design and management of production systems or production lines Specific competences: Flow management and logistics Production planning and scheduling Forecasting methods and stocks management Production systems design Tools for decision making Industrial Information Systems: Computer-Aided Management and Manufacturing, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Supply Chain Management: Cost management and quality improvement for supply chain, taking into account flows and product lifecycle Specific competences: Supply chain analysis, flow management Transportation Warehouse management Information systems in logistics, ERP Operational safety, Risks and Environment: Management of infrastructures with risks, prevention of major industrial accidents and sustainable development Specific competences: Operational safety, systems reliability and experiment feedbacks Systems security Industrial risks management Environmental analysis Industrial systems monitoring and diagnostic Maintenance and integrated logistic support Related laboratories: LOSI: Industrial Systems Optimization LM2S: Systems Modeling and Dependability [-]

Master in Fluids Engineering for Industrial Processes

INP Toulouse - Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse
Campus Full time 1 - 2 years September 2017 France Toulouse

This education program is focused on Fluids Engineering for Industrial Processes. Applications are related to fluid flows in petroleum engineering, chemical engineering, energy [+]

Master in Fluids Engineering for Industrial ProcessesThis education program is focused on Fluids Engineering for Industrial Processes. Applications are related to fluid flows in petroleum engineering, chemical engineering, energy transformation… The purpose of the lectures is concerned with the physics and modelling of transport phenomena in multiphase flows (bubbles, drops, granular media, emulsions and foams). Exercises and practical training complement advanced courses on turbulence, coupling chemical reactions and flows, heat and mass transfer. The students will be trained to work with Computational Fluid Dynamics tools (commercial codes but also research and industrial software’s). Along the two years of formation, the contact with our industrial partners (TOTAL, AREVA, CEA, EDF …) is strengthened by research and industrial projects (8 + 6 weeks) and a long internship (5 months).... [-]