The international Master Robotics & Transport (MRT) is designed to train international students interested in developing their professional knowledge and skills in engineering sciences, and more specifically in the areas of autonomous robotics and intelligent transportation systems (automobile, aeronautics).

This degree course is not open to exchange students.

 

Contents

A two-year (4 semesters, 30 ECTS each) Master programme, with courses taught in English.
The Master program is based on multidisciplinary lectures which integrate the concept of integrated design and intelligent prototyping.

 

Prospects

The graduates from this program will have multi-skilled competences, providing them with different possible professional positions as a product designer, an innovator and a manager. The students will gain autonomy in their project work via the program – a highly appreciated quality in the industrial world.

Along with the scientific and technological knowledge and skills offered by the program, the master MRT students will also benefit from the opportunity to acquire knowledge of French language and culture through diversified courses and cultural visits.

 

Partners

This program is supported by 2 french « grandes écoles » (graduate engineering schools).

École polytechnique universitaire de Lille

Academic and scientific contact :
Rochdi Merzouki
Professor in Control Engineering

École Centrale de Lille

Academic and scientific contact :
Christophe Sueur
Professor in Control Engineering

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Study program

The curriculum is spread over four semesters (S1 = 424h, S2 = 424h, S3 = 420h, S4=560h).

Semesters S1, S2 and S3 are academic semesters while s4 is devoted to a full-time internship in a company or laboratory.

Each semester is worth 30 ects. thus, the curriculum is divided into two parts:

1. Common core courses

These courses concern all master students and are distributed over three semesters S1, S2 and S3.

The main scientific units of the core courses for MR&T are :

2. Specialization

The last two semesters (S3, S4) are devoted to the specialization of the student and concern two courses :

At the end of the program, the MRT students should be able to master
the development of Mechatronic systems in the fields of Robotics and
Transport, as presented below.

 

Technological platforms

Several technological platforms are used for practicals and student projects.

Application

STUDENTS INTENDING TO APPLY FOR THE MRT PROGRAM ARE REQUIRED TO HOLD A BACHELOR IN TECHNOLOGY OR EQUIVALENT DEGREE IN THE FIELD OF MECHANICAL ENG, ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENG, INDUSTRIAL INFORMATICS
STUDENTS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD ARE WELCOME TO JOIN THE PROGRAM.

Application process

Application procedure for the 2019-2020 ACADEMIC YEAR

Only complete application submitted within the deadlines will be eligible and evaluated.

  1. Print the Application form, fill it up
  2. Add copies (never originals) of the required documents
  3. Scan all the documents and send them by email to admission/at/master-mrt.eu

The candidates will be selected
further to a thorough assessment of the documents provided (transcripts,
a CV, a statement of purpose and 2 letters of recommendation).

The selection criteria are :

Even though the level in French
will not be a selection criterion, the candidates are required to
specify their level of French on their CV.

The candidates selected will be informed by email. They will also
receive an admission letter by first class post, with all needed
information for registration.

The candidates that have not been selected will be informed by email and post.

The Visa application
will have to be started as soon as you receive your admission letter.
Don’t forget that at least 2 months are usually necessary to obtain a
visa for Europe.

Application form is available to download here.

Tuition fees

Candidates may apply for scholarships through the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs or specific mobility grant schemes depending on their country of origin.

Accomodation

For the coming academic year, rooms will be available in the students’ residence on the university campus

Living cost in Lille

The monthly living cost in Lille, including accommodation, food and transportation is estimated at 800 €/month.

Contact


Student life in live

Feedback experience of MRT students

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Dynamic simulation of platoon of vehicles

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Autonomous Intelligent Vehicles

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Kinematic Calibration of Bionic Robot

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Robotized Brachytherapy of the Prostate

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Human Machine Interaction

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