Courses and visits are performed in English. In addition "Survival French" courses will be provided to the students.
The program extends over 6 weeks, from early June to mid-July.
4 weeks will be spent in Toulouse at ENAC, ENSICA and SUPAERO and 1 full week of courses takes place in Poitiers at ENSMA. Two 4-day field trips to Bordeaux and Marseille are planned.
A break down of the program is shown below:
An average 15-20 hours of lecture per week in the courses of Air transport & Aviation Safety, Aircraft Architecture and Structure Analysis, Internal Aerodynamics of Propulsion Systems, and Combustion.
Two field trips:
- one to Bordeaux (visit of Astrium and Safran).
- one to Marseille (visit of Eurocopter, Dassault, CRNA Aix)
- Technical visits to industrial aerospace and historical sites (Toulouse, Carcassonne ...)
4 intermediate written exams. "Culture/humanities" classes will be assessed through personal written report on the visits.
Graduation ceremony in Toulouse
In accordance with U.S. partner universities, the program could count up to 3 to 6 credits toward their home diploma for which formal accreditation by the relevant bodies is required.
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