Mechanical Engineering

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Designing tomorrow’s products today. Read more

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Université de Technologie de Troyes
Service des admissions et de la vie étudiante
12 rue Marie Curie, CS 42060
10004 Troyes cedex

admissions@utt.fr
03 25 71 80 35

Details

General informations

Training location
  • Université de Technologie de Troyes

Internships
  • 2 mandatory internships of 6 months and possible internship abroad.

Staying abroad
  • Mandatory: in semester or internship

School fees

No scholarship
  • 601 €
Scholarship
  • Free of charge
Non-EU student
  • 3 770 €

Rhythm

  • Full time
  • Alternating (professionalization contract): only the last year and the specialty "Digital management of industrial products (MDPI)"

Entry and exit levels

Prerequisites for enrolment
  • Bac
  • Bac+1
  • Bac+2

Level of education obtained after completion
  • Bac+5

Introduction

UTT graduates majoring in Mechanical Engineering (GM) are capable – thereby making optimum use of new technologies, of the emergence of new materials that take into account ever-increasing environmental constraints - of designing, assembling and manufacturing “tomorrow’s” mechanical products. They are highly proficient in pluridisciplinary skills (mechanical engineering sciences, materials, automation, computer sciences and their applications …) as required to implement complex system components.

UTT-GM offers 3 mechanical engineering specialties ranging from virtual to real

  • Designing and industrialising mechanical engineering systems, taking the environment into account (CeISME) : for the development of innovative mechatronic systems, controlling the entire product life cycle from design to industrialisation and finally to end-of-life recycling/disposal ;
  • Digital management of industrial products (MDPI), managing a digital transformation process in an industrial sector and participating in the development of EDP solutions to represent and manage both products and infrastructures throughout their life-cycle ;
  • Digital modelling in mechanical engineering (SNM) : behaviour modelling and virtual, structural simulation (static and crash) and shaping processes.

Professional opportunities in a variety of sectors

  • Aerospace
  • Nautical
  • Automobile
  • Railroads
  • Materials and metallurgy
  • Mechanical engineering industries
  • Computer sciences and applications, product lifecycle management (PLM)

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Admission

Prerequisite

Prerequisites for enrolment

Bac, Bac +1, Bac +2

Program

Generic courses

  • Mechanical engineering design
  • Industrialisation
  • Digital modelling
  • CAD and 3D modelling
  • Fabrication
  • Dimensioning
  • Mechatronics
  • Product lifecycle management (PLM) and product data management (PDM)
  • Solid state thermomechanics
  • Materials
  • Complex project management

2 mandatory internships of 6 months and possible internship abroad.

In semester or internship.

School and work experience alternating

Only the last year.

What's next ?

Level of education obtained after completion

Bac +5

Further studies

  • PhD studies

Professional integration

  • Employment rate : 93 % ;
  • search time : 1,4 mois ;
  • 38 % of engineers find a job as a result of their graduation project ;
  • average wage : 36 687 € / an ;
  • continuation of studies : 5 % ;
  • in thesis : 2 % ;
  • executive status : 96 % ;
  • permanent contract : 74 % ;
  • employment abroad : 15 %.