Arts et Métiers ParisTech in partnership with University Pierre and Marie Curie, ENS Cachan, Ecole Centrale de Paris, MINES ParisTech and Ecole Polytechnique, offers a 2nd year Master´s programme (M2) in Materials and Engineering Sciences in Paris. Most of the programme is given in Paris in one of the partner institutions depending on the modules taught. In the case of the courses of study, the modules are taught in Arts et Métiers ParisTech´s Paris, Angers and Cluny centres.
MAGIS offers a top-level programme in the Mechanics/materials/processes field.
The programme aims for students to:
The Master´s programme lets students acquire skills in how to implement and manage research and development projects and be able to propose research orientations, establish specifications, complete applied research projects, review pilot studies and projects, design and test prototypes, products and new processes and coordinate and manage a research project overall.
The proposed programme can be followed entirely in English or French. It includes a series of non-mandatory upgrading courses, a core curriculum, optional specialties and an internship that will be carried out in a "project" approach supported by project management courses.
4 specialties are offered:
Special focus is placed on teaching experimental sciences in the different modules and numerical calculations with the learning of generalist codes (e.g.; Abaqus®, Ansys®) or industry process simulation codes (Forge®, Moldflow®, Pamstamp®, Procast®).
This programme requires students to demonstrate proficiency in English.Book IELTS
A level of M1 (1st year Master´s degree) or equivalent in the mechanics, physics and/or engineering field is required. A level of 570 on TOEFL or 730 on TOIC is required to follow the English version of this programme (other proof of English level may be accepted) - except for Anglophone students. Non-Francophone students must have a level of 350 on TCF or 450 on TEF or 1-A3 on DELF to follow the French version of this programme (other proof of French level may be accepted).
Tuition fees follow French standards for european students (about 250 euros per year). International students who apply to the first-year master are expected to pay the regular fees (11000 euros for the two master years)
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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