IIT’s graduate program of Mechanical engineering coaches students to achieve cutting-edge activities. Learning is not only theoretical but also gives access to practice in real life situations. Our students work on study cases, which are typically professional.
The sessions organized in laboratories and the different workshops inserted in their cursus provide them with the different necessary tools to get the perfect training and create effective profiles to conceive systems of mechanical engineering.
IIT has an industrial support that enables an access to different mechanical equipment. The students have the chance to put into practice their knowledge while conceiving and creating a new product. This is possible through the different trainings, the projects of the 4th and 5th years design projects as well as the graduation project.
Among the objectives of the mechanical engineering program:
The program of mechanical engineering aims to train students for industries, the public sector, research and development organisms and in engineering consulting firms.
The tasks of a mechanical engineer are diverse: studying projects, conceiving/designing machines, research and development work organization, production and maintenance, administration and management of factories etc….
During three years, the training of the mechanical engineer deals with the following themes:
- Mechanical design
- Mechanical manufacturing
- Mechanics of materials and structures
- Energy and mechanics of fluids
- Maintenance and control
- Electric and automatic industrial
Beyond the scientific skills, there are lectures that enable students to develop soft skills such as:
- Team work
- English and French
- Entrepreneurial culture
Organisation of the diploma
GM1: mathematics and instrumentation.
GM2: Algorithmic and programming languages.
GM3: General economics and human rights.
GM5: Mechanical Design
GM6: Thermodynamics and mechanics of solids.
GM7: Materials and machining processes.
GM1: Mechanic design
GM2: Materials and mechanical manufacture
GM3: Fluid mechanics and finite elements
GM4: Operational research and data analysis
GM5: Electric and automatic industrial
GM6: Language and communication
GM1: Energy and thermal machines
GM2: Production management and CFAO
GM3: Electronics and control of machines