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The MSc, or Master of Science, is an internationally recognized academic degree that indicates proficiency and knowledge of a given topic or field. Most MSc programs take about four years to finish, after which some join the workforce while others continue on in the classroom.
Students who study sustainable energy will be introduced to engineering- and technology-based concepts exploring alternative forms of energy such as hydroelectric and solar power. Many programs will focus on the research and design of these systems.
France offers a superb higher education system to not only its citizens but also foreigners. The country's dynamic culture attracts foreign students and those interested in pursuing international courses. France has a tradition of scientific and technological innovation. This ensures that scholars fully utilize their creativity.
Nantes is located on the Loire River in the West France. With a headcount of more than 550,000 residents, the city is the 6th largest in France. It has several areas of leisure and hosts several annual festivals. Nantes has 2 universities and numerous of colleges around the city.
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This Master develops fundamental scientific, technical and industrial knowledge of the different nuclear technologies used in the medical field. It has a particular focus
SNEAM - NUclear Technologies for Medical Applications. This specialty develops fundamental scientific, technical and industrial knowledge of the different nuclear technologies used in the medical field. It has a particular focus on the safety and radioprotection, to be considered in the management of a large project in this field.
Acquire the basic scientific knowledge relative to nuclear technologies, necessary for understanding their utility and danger in medical applications.
Develop competencies in beams production and qualification.
Master the operational techniques and strategies for the management of a project in nuclear medicine. Implement appropriate solutions through projects in/with industry.
Develop competencies in radioprotection and nuclear waste management in the medical environment.
Build contacts with a large number of international key players in the field.
Develop an awareness of societal considerations related to nuclear medicine.
The MSc NEPIA is designed to provide skilled and specialized human resources to the European and international states developing nuclear technology. The combination of sc
SNEAM/NEPIA Nuclear Energy Production & Industrial Applications specializes in nuclear sciences applications including energy production (power reactors) and industrial applications (particles beams technology, instrumentation, etc). A particular focus is put on the safety and radioprotection, to be considered in the management of a large project in this field.
Acquire basic knowledge necessary for understanding nuclear energy production (power reactors) and industrial applications, e.g. accelerators, cyclotrons, etc.
Develop competencies in reactor operation, maintenance and safety issues including radioprotection.
Develop competencies in particles beams production and qualification.
Develop competencies in nuclear radiations applications: instrumentation, non destructive control, security, etc.
Develop an awareness of societal considerations related to nuclear energy production.
Take into account societal issues related to nuclear energy production.
The MSc ANWM is designed to provide skilled and specialized human resources to the European and international states developing nuclear technology and focusing on Dismant
SNEAM/ANWM - Advanced Nuclear Waste Management specializes in nuclear waste management. It develops fundamental scientific, technical and industrial knowledge, has a particular focus on the backend of the nuclear fuel cycle, nuclear waste management, long-term safety, and environmental impact assessment and provides strong insights on dismantlement and decommissioning of nuclear installations.
The master forms engineers exposed to a highly complex scientific environment where technical expertise is omnipresent in the field of nuclear waste management. The program provides:
The scientific knowledge, necessary for nuclear waste management and the capability to understand how to assess long-term safety and environment impacts.
The competencies to master the operational techniques and strategies for the management of nuclear waste.
The appropriate solutions according to the type of waste through project work in the industry.
The possibility to build contacts with a large number of international key players in the field.
The competencies to master dismantlement and decommissioning of nuclear installations.
Societal considerations in the management of nuclear waste with regard to the public acceptance.