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  • European Master in Automotive Engineering EMAE HAN Automotive HAN-University Arnhem, The Netherlands
  • European Master in Automotive Engineering
    • Cooperation between 3 European Universities:
    • HAN University
    • Arnhem – Netherlands
    • Technical University (CTU)
    • Prague – Czech Republic
    • University Ensieta
    • Brest - France
  • Market developments
    • Automotive globalisation
    • International co o peration
    • Life long learning
    • Technological, political and commercial developments
    • Demand for higher educated professionals
  • Goals
    • Comply with market demands
    • High educated professionals
    • Opportunity for life long learning
    • In depth automotive technical knowledge in applied science
    • Management skills
    • International orientation/cooperation
  • Highlights
    • Unique in Europe
    • International cooperation of 3 well established (automotive) universities
    • Double degree from two countries
    • Supported by French Automotive Industry in France and Czech R epublic
  • Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen ( HAN -University)
    • Foundation 1953
    • > 25.000 students,
    • > 2.400 staff
    • located in Arnhem
    • and Nijmegen
    • 5 Faculties
  • Czech Technical University ( CTU ) Prague (Cz Rep)
    • Foundation 1803
    • 23 ,000 students,
    • 30 00 staff
    • Bachelor/ Master/
    • PhD. levels
    • 6 Faculties
  • Ecole National Supérieure des Ingénieurs des Etudes et Technique d‘Armement ( Ensieta ) Brest (France)
    • Foundation 1 819
    • Master and PhD. Levels
    • 500 students, 65 staff
    • 6 Specialisations
  • Master d escription
    • Two year professional Master program. (Fulltime)
      • - First year in Prague
      • - Second year in Brest or in Arnhem
    • 3 semesters courses,
    • 1 semester final thesis (any European country)
    • Taught in English (and French), providing high level of professional know-how in automotive engineering combining both technical and management skills.
    • Tuition fees: € 7.500,- for 2 years
  • Candidate profile
    • Technical bachelors or equivalent , with approved program (minor or extra courses)
    • Technical is ME, E or AE
    • Candidates from France, Czech
    • Republic and Netherlands
    • Other countries like Central Europe
    • India, Indonesia, China, Africa etc.
  • Graduates profile
    • Technical knowledge of design and technology of the complete vehicle on masters level.
    • Deep knowledge in one of specialisations on masters level
    • European overview
    • Good k nowledge of (at least) two European languages
    • Management skills
  • Job profile for graduates
    • Positions in international operating automotive companies at professional engineering level.
    • Applied science
    • Engineering, development and design
    • Production
    • Management
    • Sales engineering, customer service
  • Structure MASTER DEGREE IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING First year (2 semesters) taught in English by CTU in Prague – Czech republic (intensive course of French language on Institute Francais de Prague included in the CTU Programme) MASTER DEGREE IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING Entrance level: Bachelor or equivalent ENSIETA, Brest, France taught in French HAN, Arnhem, The Netherlands taught in English 4 th semester devoted to final thesis in an industrial or academic environment 3 rd semester MASTER DEGREE IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING Master degree from 2 countries with respect to chosen specialisation in 3 rd semester
  • 1 st semester (in Prague) 30 260 462 TOTAL 3 90 84 FRENCH 2 20 28 QUALITY 5 20 70 MARKETING, ECONOMY AND COMPANY FINANCES 4 20 56 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES DESIGN 2 20 28 MULTIBODY MODELLING FOR VEHICLE SYSTEMS 2 20 28 MICROELECTRONICS IN VEHICLES 6 40 84 MECHANICAL AND HYDRAULIC TRANSMISSIONS 6 40 84 INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES ECTS Credits Personal work (estimation) Contact hours TOPICS
  • 2 nd semester (in Prague) 30 255 462 TOTAL 2 70 70 FRENCH 3 20 42 VEHICLE CONCEPT, STRUCTURE, AGGREGATES AND SAFETY 3 15 42 DESIGN OF TOOLS AND PLASTIC PARTS 4 20 56 TECHNOLOGY OF AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTION 5 30 70 VIBRATION OF VEHICLES 4 20 56 COMPUTATION OF FLUID DYNAMICS 5 30 70 VEHICLE DYNAMICS 4 50 56 PROJECT + 3D CA D ECTS Credits Personal work (estimation) Contact hours TOPICS
  • 3 rd semester (at HAN ) 30 250 420 TOTAL 3 20 42 ALTERNATIVE POWER TRAINS 3 20 42 INTELLIGENT VEHICLE HIGHWAY SYSTEMS 5 20 70 AUTOMOTIVE MANAGEMENT 4 40 56 SYSTEM CONTROL ENGINEERING 5 50 70 VEHICLE ELECTRONICS 4 40 56 ADVANCE VEHICLE CONTROL 6 60 84 ADVANCED VEHICLE DYNAMICS ECTS Credits Personal work (estimation) Contact hours TOPICS
  • 3 rd semester (at ENSIETA ) 12 95 234 TOTAL 0 0 7,5 L ecture on “firm functions” 0 10 25 Management 5 55 97 French as a foreign language 3 10 56 Finite elements method in geometrical linear and nonlinear 1 10 12 Reminders of the finite elements method (FEM) 0 0 15 High technology materials 3 10 54 Vehicles architecture ECTS credits Personal work Volume of hours COMMON TOPICS
  • Option „Architecture des véhicules“ 18 75 267,5 TOTAL 4 15 67,5 Vehicle preliminary project 2 3 24 Engines and vehicles practical works 2 10 20 Architecture of electrics systems 3 20 45 Industrial design 2 10 25 Braking systems 1 5 30 Human environments 2 5 26 Exhaust system 2 10 30 Suspension and road holding ECTS credits Personal work Volume of hours Vehicles architecture option
  • Option „Modélisation“ 18 121 273 TOTAL 4 15 60 Systems applications 2 8 27 Materials fatigue 2 8 26 Finite volumes 2 10 27,5 Explicit dynamics calculations 3 40 55 Performance law 2 10 37,5 Choice of elements, contact and particular techniques 3 30 40 Analysis limits, dimensioning structures for the fatigue and the failure ECTS credits Personal work Volume of hours Modeling option
  • 4 th semester – general
    • Final thesis period is one semester
    • Project in industrial or academic environment
    • Dedicated high level assignment
    • In European country
    • Value 30 ECTS
    • Thesis defence
  • Application process (new program starting in Prague Oct. 1st 2009)
    • Application forms needed before June 30 th 2009.
    • Application file
    • Selection, preliminary admission
    • Student contract
    • Payment of tuition fee
    • Admission
  • European Master in Automotive Engineering Contacts, links: Gabriela Achtenová [email_address] www.fs.cvut.cz/cz/u2201/ms_automotive Michel Rondy [email_address] www.ensieta.fr Hans Vooren [email_address] www.han automotive .nl