Japan-Europe Master on Advanced Robotics (JEMARO)
The Joint Master's program JEMARO has been successfully selected under the European Programmes of Excellence: through the Erasmus Mundus Programme. As JEMARO stands for Japan-Europe Master on Advanced Robotics, the specificity of the program is to enable each of its students to study both in Europe and in Japan.
JEMARO is a 2-year Joint Master program implemented and fully supported by 4 major Higher Education Institutions:
- Ecole Centrale de Nantes, (ECN - Coordinator), France
- Keio University (Coordinator), Japan
- University of Genoa (UNIGE, partner institution), Italy
- Warsaw University of Technology (WUT, partner institution), Poland
Moreover, Jaume I University (Spain) and Shanghai Jiao Tong University (China) also participate in the program as associate partners.
The JEMARO Master's program is designed to promote a high-quality educational offer in the area of advanced and intelligent robotics. By mastering Mathematical Modeling, Control Engineering, Computer Engineering, Mechanical Design, students are able to deal with robotic systems as a whole.
Through lectures by reputable researchers, practical work on the latest experimental platforms, sessions with industrial specialists, annual workshops, JEMARO students acquire the most advanced knowledge that will prepare them for the upcoming challenges in robotics, more specifically in the field of Artificial Intelligence.
The language of instruction is English across the two years.
The program of study lasts 2 academic years (120 ECTS) split into four equally loaded semesters.
JEMARO student mobility paths will take place in Europe for the first year (M1) and in Japan for the second year (M2).
First semester (30 ECTS)
Second Semester (30 ECTS)
Third Semester (30 ECTS)
Fourth semester (30 ECTS)
The online application website will open soon.
You will find more information on our dedicated website: https://jemaro.ec-nantes.fr/
About the School
Founded in 1919, Centrale Nantes (ECN) is among the top higher education and research institutions in France in Science & Engineering. Its purpose is to develop top-level scientists & engineer ... Read More