Technical Expertise and Personal Development

The Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Engineering is designed to attract the best and brightest students and prepare them to act as graduate professionals in the various fields of engineering. They will be offered a strong programme that combines advanced technical expertise, personal development, multicultural skills and industrial experience.

       Soft Skills

[legende-image]1488297229362[/legende-image] A key aspect of Centrale Nantes education is the development of soft skills. They will enable you to navigate smoothly and effectively through numerous social and professional situations with a wide variety of people. Such skills include communication, adaptability, creativity, leadership, and team work. Personal development programs, sporting activities and team-based projects will help you understand group dynamics and develop leadership skills that are highly valued by employers in industry.

       Multicultural Skills

[legende-image]1488297229363[/legende-image] Centrale Nantes offers multicultural and linguistic development skills. Classes are taught in English, with the support of language courses in French and in English. Moreover, the programme will welcome students from all over the world, and international professionals will participate in the teaching, both in Mauritius and during the third year in Nantes, France (over 30% of international students at Centrale Nantes Campus). You'll be empowered with the ability to work in a multicultural environment.

       Industrial experience

[legende-image]1488297229364[/legende-image] As we strongly believe that internships prepare for professional practice, the program includes 3 periods of mandatory internships. Internships give you on-the-job experience before you graduate, enabling you to assimilate classroom learning with genuine industry work. Internships help you learn whether you are a good match for that industry and can provide you with valuable connections and references.
Published on November 13, 2018 Updated on November 13, 2018