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CESI - École d'Ingénieurs Master’s Degree in Engineering - Major in Industrial Engineering & Services - ‘Grande École’ Program
CESI - École d'Ingénieurs

Master’s Degree in Engineering - Major in Industrial Engineering & Services - ‘Grande École’ Program

5 Years

French, English

Full time

Sep 2024

EUR 7,500 / per year *

On-Campus

* EUR 5 500 per year for undergraduate studies

Introduction

Upon completing their training, thanks to a high level of scientific and technical expertise, graduate engineers will be able to lead and coordinate teams in France and abroad. They will be able to intervene right from the design stage of a product or service by providing innovative solutions and supporting the company’s development in the context of digital and ecological transitions said the company is facing. Depending on their career guidance choices, they can practice their trade in any industrial or service sector.

Possible Options

The options in the industrial engineering academic career are divided into 3 sub-families: - Ecological transition and sustainable development: Quality, Safety & Environment, Energy Performance - Digital transition: Prototyping, Robotics - Industrial engineering and innovation: Business unit manager, Industrial performance optimization, Industry 5.0, Entrepreneurship, Innovation. Students can choose 2 options among those offered on each campus.
Five years to pave the way for your career as an engineer. In the undergraduate program, you start with one year that is common to all four CESI fields, and then you gradually progress towards choosing your major in year 3. With a Master’s Degree in Engineering - Major in Industrial Engineering & Services, you’ll be able to provide innovative solutions to the problems encountered. To achieve a specialization and stand out, choose an option in year 5. Accredited by the Commission of Engineering Certifications (CTI), this Program benefits from international recognition.

Corporate Missions

Preparatory cycle: Study of mechanical systems / Choice of materials / Sizing of a fluid network / Design of controlled systems / Computer-aided design / Study of a production line Engineering curriculum: Study and design of new products / Optimization through statistical control of processes / Development of test benches / Implementation of ISO certification / Relocation of production means / Deployment of a continuous improvement approach / Start-up of a waste recovery unit / Optimization of the energy consumption of a factory.

What will students be able to do in a Company?

In the undergraduate program, students will carry out missions such as: drafting calculation notes, designing and developing classic hardware or software functions, carrying out functional validation tests...

In the Master of Engineering program, they evolve from technicians to engineers:

  • Qualified technicians at the end of the 1st year: they master the technical aspects of their missions and know how to apply them independently.
  • Assistant engineers at the end of the 2nd year: they are able to handle problems requiring new solutions, and to supervise teams in the field.
  • Junior engineers at the end of the study program: they are autonomous to handle entire subjects by integrating technical, economic, organizational, and human dimensions.
    Throughout their training, the CSR policy and sustainable development goals will be put into context in the academic path and during in-company periods.

The Assessment System

In both the undergraduate program and the Master of Engineering program, the assessment system is based on continuous monitoring. Subjects are divided into different Learning Units; Each unit corresponds to a given number of ECTS credits. One year corresponds to 60 credits. Students must have passed all their learning units and obtained their ECTS credits to progress to the next academic year.

The conditions for being awarded a degree are as follows:

  • Passing all Learning Units, therefore having obtained 300 credits over the five years of training
  • Obtaining a B2 level certification in English
  • Doing a 20-week mobility abroad

CESI’s Master of Engineering program is a study program involving a 2-undergraduate program followed by a 3-year study program on campus, which leads to an engineering degree (level 7 - Master).

Choosing CESI’s International Programs

As an international, French-speaking, and English-speaking student, you have the opportunity to study different CESI programs in France, depending on your education level, ranging from undergraduate degrees to post-graduate degrees, or equivalent degrees obtained abroad:

  • ‘Grande École’ Program (Master’s Degree)
  • Master’s Degree in Engineering
  • Master’s Degree in Computer Science
  • Executive Post-Graduate Programs®

Some of our programs offer a so-called preparatory year, enabling you to improve your academic or language skills and, thus, making it easier for you to continue your studies: Engineering Degree Pathway.

Because welcoming you is one of CESI’s commitments, our teams will support you in preparing for your arrival and taking care of all administrative procedures, whatever program you choose.

The international aspect is at the heart of our strategic and educational plan. What’s the goal? To offer you a truly multicultural experience, an opportunity to broaden your horizons, and a window to the job market in France and abroad. All CESI training programs meet European and international standards, particularly by splitting the academic year into semesters or delivering ECTS credits. Moreover, CESI holds the ERASMUS+ charter and works with many international players such as Campus France or the CDIO Initiative.

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