The Mobility and Electric Vehicles Master's programme is designed to train engineers in the technologies needed to conceive the vehicles of tomorrow and teach them to expand their scope of knowledge with a comprehensive approach in an effort to improve electrified traction.
These issues are addressed from various angles:
Understanding required for mobility needs Possible long-term technical, behavioural and organizational solutions Detailed technological knowledge on certain factors: energy for vehicles, electrical and mechanical architecture, command-control for vehicles within their ecosystem
Masters candidates must hold at least a degree equivalent to the Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Engineering granted by an internationally recognized institution of higher education corresponding to the level of the baccalaureate plus 4 years. For European candidates, this corresponds to having earned a minimum of 210 ECTS credits. Non-francophone candidates must be able to understand, read, write and speak French. A level equal to at least 550 points on the International French Test (TFI) is required for acceptance into the programme.
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