Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering in Ile-de-France in France

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Mechanical Engineering

A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.

Mechanical engineering is the manufacturing of products that move. It encompasses the entire production process, from drafting an idea for an item, to understanding the mechanics necessary to make the item work, to the production of the completed item, to incorporating that item into larger systems.

France, officially the French Republic, is a unitary semi-presidential republic located mostly in Western Europe, with several overseas regions and territories.

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Master Programme in Spatial Engineering

ESTACA
Campus Full time 5 years September 2017 France Paris

The French and European space programmes are economically and strategically important for the future: the development of access to space, with applications such as Earth observation or telecommunications, activities related to research in a zero-gravity environment, the presence of man in space, the continuation of development of the large families of satellites such as Spot, development of mini and micro-satellites, preparation of various interplanetary probes and the missions to Mars, all of these are subjects that are currently being developed. Becoming an engineer in the space sector means working on the construction of launchers, spacecraft (satellites, probes, shuttles, orbital stations) and thrusters, and also taking part in the launch and operation of satellites. [+]

Masters in Mechanical Engineering in Ile-de-France in France. The French and European space programmes are economically and strategically important for the future: the development of access to space, with applications such as Earth observation or telecommunications, activities related to research in a zero-gravity environment, the presence of man in space, the continuation of development of the large families of satellites such as Spot, development of mini and micro-satellites, preparation of various interplanetary probes and the missions to Mars, all of these are subjects that are currently being developed. Becoming an engineer in the space sector means working on the construction of launchers, spacecraft (satellites, probes, shuttles, orbital stations) and thrusters, and also taking part in the launch and operation of satellites. SPECIALISED TRAINING AND PRIVILEGED CONTACT WITH COMPANIES more than 400 hours of courses are provided by engineers from CNES, EADS, ONERA, ArianeSpace, the SAFRAN Group, etc. at least 4 implementation projects are performed during the curriculum, for example: launcher architecture design office; calculation of the performance of the force provided by different propellants; dimensioning satellites for particular missions; programme for launch into orbit 12 months of work-experience courses obligatory: Discovering the company course in 1st year at EADS Astrium: management of documentation and nomenclature; Engineer's work-experience course in 4th year" at CNES: research into the characteristics of Martian soil from information collected during a mission to Mars; End-of-studies work-experience course in 5th year at EADS Space Transportation (Astrium): research into new architectures for navigation systems for development of the... [-]

Master Programme in Aeronautical Engineering

ESTACA
Campus Full time 5 years September 2017 France Paris

Reduction in the weight of aircraft, reduction in polluting emissions, increase in aircraft capacity, development and integration of electrical commands: innovation is constant in the aeronautical sector, to reconcile economic and technical performance, in complete security. Being an engineer in aeronautics means working on the design and operation of aircraft (aeroplanes, helicopters, balloons), and embedded systems. [+]

Reduction in the weight of aircraft, reduction in polluting emissions, increase in aircraft capacity, development and integration of electrical commands: innovation is constant in the aeronautical sector, to reconcile economic and technical performance, in complete security. Being an engineer in aeronautics means working on the design and operation of aircraft (aeroplanes, helicopters, balloons), and embedded systems. This might mean the technical conduct of the development programme, carrying out tests on the ground or in flight, developing production methods, optimising quality processes, or prospecting and negotiating contracts. SPECIALISED TRAINING AND PRIVILEGED CONTACT WITH COMPANIES more than 400 hours of courses are provided by engineers from Dassault, Safran, EADS-Airbus, Thalès, etc. at least 4 implementation projects are performed during the curriculum, for example: preliminary design of Aircraft architecture (modelling); determining the weight of an airliner's wing; dimensioning an exhaust nozzle; study on functional safety for landing gear. 12 months of mandatory work-experience courses, for example: Discovering the company course in 1st year at EADS MOROCCO: Design of a computer program for monitoring aircraft maintenance; Engineer's work-experience course in 4th year at EUROCOPTER JAPAN: Research on optimising stocks of helicopter replacement parts and proposing new solutions; End-of-study work-experience course in 5th year at DASSAULT AVIATION: Study on improving acoustic comfort in the cabin of the Falcon 7X; visits to the Toulouse aeronautical sites (Airbus, CEAT test centre, etc.) and conferences ASSOCIATIONS FOR EXPRESSING YOUR INTERESTS Reconstructing the first seaplane, which made its maiden voyage in 1909: this is one of the projects undertaken... [-]

Master in Aircraft Systems Integration

Carlos III University of Madrid
Campus Full time 12 months September 2017 France Paris

The Master of Engineering in Aircraft Systems Integration has been specifically designed for graduated engineering students, and working professionals, who want to develop and lead projects of Systems Integration [+]

Master in Aircraft Systems Integration

 

The Master of Engineering in Aircraft Systems Integration (MASI), sponsored by Airbus Group-Spain, has been specifically designed for recent graduate engineers, and working professionals who want to develop and lead projects of Systems Integration. Our courses are given in English by internationally recognized experts in their fields coming from the key players in the aeronautical business, including industry, academia, government and regulators. The MASI program comprise 90 ECTS credits. The full-time program includes 12 months of instruction at AIRBUS GROUP and UC3M, followed by a Final Project to be completed within 6 months. Its modular presentation allows for part-time study with a flexible completion date taking between 1.5 and 3 years. The MASI Program combines three basic elements. Fundamentals (M1), to provide the basis, the support to understand the technologies, the methods, the requirement. Generalization (M2), required to manage complexity and to understand the whole (systems thinking), and Experimentation (M3), to move from abstraction to implementation, innovation, invention. M1. Introductory Level (16.6 ECTS credits). Courses in the Introductory Level provide the technical knowledge necessary to understand how the different aircraft’s systems work. Introduction to Aircraft Systems Integration (2.4 ECTS) Course Director: Daniel Izquierdo Gil (AIRBUS GROUP) Fundamentals of Aeronautical Engineering (6.0 ECTS) Course Director: Marcos Vera Coello (UC3M) Onboard Electronics and Instrumentation (3.2 ECTS) Course Director: Andrés Barrado Bautista (UC3M) Aeronautical Communications (3.0 ECTS) Course Director: Francisco J. González Serrano (UC3M) Introduction to Aircraft Control (2.0 ECTS) Course Director: Concepción Monje (UC3M) M2.... [-]