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Master's in Sustainability in France
This two-year automotive engineering programme in Europe at master level (3 semesters & 1 internship semester) is entirely taught in English in both European automotive engineering universities ISAT Nevers & Polytech'Orléans. [+]
ISAT and Polytech'Orléans, top European automotive engineering schools offer a co-accredited Master programme in Automotive Engineering for Sustainable Mobility focusing on Energy Management & Control and Vehicle Dynamics. This international programme in Europe is accredited by the French Ministry of Research and Education.Overview
Duration: Four semesters
Credit Transfer: Each semester accounts for 30 European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) credits. ECTS credits are transferable.
Number of places: 20... [-]