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International Mines Albi Graduate School of Engineering

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The strategy of “Mines Albi “ is always actively turned towards the evolution and current trends and needs of engineering and management experts  in the global industrial world, which straightforwardly sets up its research fields and the high level training proposed in close cooperation with corporate partners.

The growing internationalisation led the school and its network to offer a wide range of masters taught in English to facilitate the integration of its non French speaking international students, strengthen its international attractiveness and reach a leading position in terms of high level, research and industry connected to engineering education.

These MSc are focused on specific sectors of its expertise fields, in relation with all competitiveness clusters in the Midi Pyrenees region and research areas such as

   Bio-Health Engineering & Energetics           Aeronautical, Space         Management & Industrial Eng.

                   


All these Masters are accredited by the French ministry of higher education and research.

Full time program of 4 semester is divided in academic teaching units, laboratory, pilot experiments and projects during the first 3 semesters followed by a 6 month paid internship in a French or international company or research lab. The latest semester is devoted to the preparation of the Master thesis. All programs include visits and conferences.


      Advanced Master AMPAS ( advanced manufacturing process and system)    
No industry is exempt from needing to invest in the research of better performing materials. At the crossroad of all technologies, science material allows to improve the performance of structures. Albi close proximity to Europe's aerospace valley and many leading aerospace companies, the school offers a specific option dedicated to space and aeronautics.

Teaching is firmly focussed on innovation and  solid partnerships with companies within the aerospace sector,extending to numerous collaborative research projects.

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