- To access the first year of the program
- You should be a student of high academic level and have obtained a bachelor degree in mechanical engineering,
civil engineering, chemical engineering, physics, Earth sciences or applied mathematics.
- No knowledge in fluid mechanics is needed but a basic background (on partial differential equations for instance) is required.
- To access the second year of the program
- You should be a student of high academic level and have either
- completed the first year of a Master's program (M1), or
- graduated from a school of mechanical, civil or chemical engineering.
admission from a bachelor degree (in mechanical engineering, civil
engineering, chemical engineering, physics, Earth sciences, applied
mathematics) is possible for outstanding students with a sound
knowledge of fluid mechanics.
- The M2 program
is normally followed by the first year of a PhD. The graduated student
can also occupy an engineer position in a company.
To access the program (in M1 or M2), your English proficiency should be at least equivalent to the following scores:
TOEFL (Internet based) 60, or IELTS 5.5, or European level B2.