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Master n+ Polytech Lille Materials, Metals, Plastics / Polymer, Semiconductors


Official Title
Diplôme d'ingénieur de l'Ecole polytechnique universitaire de Lille - Sciences et Technologies - Grade de Master - Spécialité Matériaux

Institute website
http://www.polytech-lille.fr/
Program

Course language
M1 M2
French French

The M1 section is taught by
The institute : Polytech Lille - Avenue Paul Langevin - Cité scientifique

The M2 section is taught by
The institute : Polytech Lille - Avenue Paul Langevin - Cité scientifique

Domains
Materials, Metals, Plastics / Polymer, Semiconductors
Section M1

Location
Polytech Lille - Avenue Paul Langevin - Cité scientifique
59 655 Villeneuve d'Ascq - France

Cost of M1
1800 euros

Description M1
The aim is to train executives and engineers who are capable of working in a business environment where there is a need for widely-used materials (polymers, metal alloys) or high added-value materials (composite materials, ceramics, biomaterials, micro-electronic materials).
An engineer trained in this program is capable of using scientific, technical and managerial resources in order to meet the specific needs of companies in the areas of quality, ageing, sustainability , recyclability and innovation, irrespective of the materials used.
The classes taught enable the student to acquire the fundamentals of the chemistry and physics of materials. These fundamentals are necessary in the understanding of phenomena at the microscopic level which have an influence on the properties of materials.

Solid managerial and linguistic competences are transmitted in class during the program in order to allow engineers from this program to find their place in the business world rapidly and efficiently.

The department trains students in numerous professions in the area of materials and offers students the opportunity to perfect their competences in their final year.

During the program, student engineers get to grips with the world of business through visits of industrial sites and interaction with the many professionals who intervene in the program.



Scholarships M1
none

M1 url
none

Period 1
September - January Language Hours* Credits*
Note: a part of (or all) the M1-Period 1 will be replaced by a "n+i" special package designed for foreign student.
See the Methodology Integration Package (PIM) for more informations.
or
Core
Introduction to quality fr 24.00 2.00
Risk analysis / Life cycle analysis fr 24.00 2.00
Chain of measurement / Specification of ISO 9,000 standard fr 9.00 0.00
Applied metallurgy 1 fr 38.00 2.50
Shaping metals 1 fr 52.00 3.50
Physical metallurgy fr 19.00 1.00
Polymer physics fr 42.00 2.50
Polymer rheology fr 22.00 1.50
Semiconductor materials 1 fr 36.00 2.50
Materials elasticity fr 50.00 3.50
Nanomaterials fr 50.00 1.00
Communication skills : presentation of the industrial placement carried out during the summer fr 8.00 1.50
Economics fr 20.00 1.00
Management fr 20.00 1.00
Marketing fr 10.00 0.75
Project management fr 10.00 0.75
English en 20.00 2.00
Remedial English - TOEIC test en 10.00 0.00
Elective courses, choose 1 in "Second language"
German other 20.00 1.00
Spanish other 20.00 1.00
French fr 20.00 1.00
Period 2
February - June Language Hours* Credits*
or
Core
Biomaterials fr 25.00 1.50
Shaping metals 2 fr 32.00 2.00
Physical properties of materials fr 10.00 0.75
Finite elements basics fr 14.00 1.00
Characterisation techniques fr 30.00 2.00
Ceramics fr 44.00 3.00
Semiconductor materials 2 fr 20.00 1.50
Polymer physics 2 fr 30.00 1.25
Heterophase polymer materials fr 30.00 2.00
English en 20.00 2.00
Remedial English - TOEIC test en 10.00 0.00
Management fr 14.00 1.00
Corporate simulation fr 16.00 1.00
Assistant engineer placement - 10-13 weeks starting in May fr 145.00 10.00
Elective courses, choose 1 in "Second language"
German other 20.00 1.00
Spanish other 20.00 1.00
French fr 20.00 1.00

* The number of course hours may be subjected to slight variations.
* More informations about ECTS credits.
Section M2

Location
Polytech Lille - Avenue Paul Langevin - Cité scientifique
59 655 Villeneuve d'Ascq - France

Cost of M2
1200 euros

Description M2
The aim is to train executives and engineers who are capable of working in a business environment where there is a need for widely-used materials (polymers, metal alloys) or high added-value materials (composite materials, ceramics, biomaterials, micro-electronic materials).
An engineer trained in this program is capable of using scientific, technical and managerial resources in order to meet the specific needs of companies in the areas of quality, ageing, sustainability , recyclability and innovation, irrespective of the materials used.
The classes taught enable the student to acquire the fundamentals of the chemistry and physics of materials. These fundamentals are necessary in the understanding of phenomena at the microscopic level which have an influence on the properties of materials.

Solid managerial and linguistic competences are transmitted in class during the program in order to allow engineers from this program to find their place in the business world rapidly and efficiently.

The department trains students in numerous professions in the area of materials and offers students the opportunity to perfect their competences in their final year.

During the program, student engineers get to grips with the world of business through visits of industrial sites and interaction with the many professionals who intervene in the program.



Scholarships M2
none

M2 url
none

Period 1
September - January Language Hours* Credits*
or
Core
Criteria for selecting materials fr 30.00 2.00
Finite element method fr 48.00 3.50
Computer-aided design and manufacturing fr 32.00 2.50
Metals fatigue fr 18.00 1.00
Surface treatment fr 16.00 1.00
Conferences fr 6.00 0.00
Final-year project fr 158.00 10.00
Ergonomy fr 8.00 0.50
Non-destructive controls fr 10.00 1.00
Life cycle analysis fr 8.00 0.50
Conferences fr 24.00 0.00
Labor law fr 10.00 1.00
Preparing for a job interview fr 10.00 1.00
Occupational integration fr 12.00 0.00
English en 20.00 2.00
Remedial English - TOEIC test en 10.00 0.00
Elective courses, choose 2 in "Cross-disciplinary modules"
Methods and operational tools for sustainable development fr 25.00 1.50
Bioinformatics fr 25.00 1.50
Integrated design of engineering systems fr 25.00 1.50
High-tech innovation technology and business intelligence fr 25.00 1.50
Logistics fr 25.00 1.50
Industrial audit fr 25.00 1.50
Industrial crisis management fr 25.00 1.50
Introduction to Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) fr 25.00 1.50
Intercultural management fr 25.00 1.50
B to B marketing fr 25.00 1.50
Sustainable energy fr 25.00 1.50
Corporate simulation models fr 25.00 1.50
Workplace safety : regulations / voluntary safety standards fr 25.00 1.50
Easy computer programming fr 25.00 1.50
Biopolymers : sustainable materials fr 25.00 1.50
Welding and brazing assembly fr 25.00 1.50
Economic intelligence fr 25.00 1.50
Change management fr 25.00 1.50
Elective courses, choose 1 in "Second language"
German fr 20.00 1.00
Spanish fr 20.00 1.00
French fr 20.00 1.00
Period 2
February - June Language Hours* Credits*
or
Core
Engineer industrial placement fr 450.00 30.00

* The number of course hours may be subjected to slight variations.
* More informations about ECTS credits.