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Designing mechanical systems, mastering production technologies and machenising production processes require extensive knowledge in mechanics, combined to a full command of -conventional- subtractive technologies, and additive manufacturing.

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Programme

Presentation

The course in mechanical engineering offered by ENISE gives future engineers the ability to:

  • Define the specifications for a mechanical system, design it, dimension it, create a prototype and validate it
  • Test and automate a mechanical system
  • Devise, implement and manage a product's manufacturing process as well as the quality certification process (checks and trials) in accordance with the relevant standards
  • Optimise a new manufacturing process while integrating the technical and economical specifications of the product as well as its durability, with simulation and monitoring tools
  • Decide on the organisation and management of an industrial system
  • Analyse management indicators from existing industrial systems and contribute to a quality assurance system
  • Perform research activities in mechanical engineering, set up instrumented experimental devices

 

In their fifth year, the students in engineering can choose one the three following specialties, consistently with their career objectives:

  • Design and simulation
  • Production and industrial application
  • Management of industrial systems

 

ENISE Génie mécanique

 

Fifth year students also have the possibility to begin with their occupational integration with a professional training contract, to complete their engineering training with a research masters degree, or to pursue a dual degree with one of our partner universities in the world.

 


Advantages

Substantial industrial integration

Internships, professional training contracts, courses with apprenticeship, lectures given by professionals, industrial contracts… all are projects of partnerships with socio-economic organisations, all examples of ENISE's strong bond with the business world.

 

Training in a professional environment / Internships

For their students to acquire a good knowledge of the working world, ENISE includes three internships in their courses:

  • An 8 to 12-week internship in the 2nd year 
  • An 18-week internship in the 4th year 
  • A 22 to 24-week internship in the 5th year 

 

Projects

During their professional life, an engineer will be faced with solving concrete and complex technical issues, while leading projects each with their own technical, organisational and financial dimension. Several professional projects are included in the course: 

  • The 3rd semester project confronts our engineering students with scientific and society issues taken beyond the strict teaching of the subjects
  • The project of the 5th semester aims for the students to use their skills in science and technique by working on a multidisciplinary issue, within the profession they have chosen (eg. projects in architecture, organising a construction site in Civil engineering); 
  • The project carried out in the 8th semester has an objective of development and innovation inscribed in entrepreneurship, by combining two complementary disciplines (eg. Mechanical engineering + Civil engineering, Civil engineering + Physical engineering, etc.). The idea is for the students to develop their innovation skills in a multicultural environment; 
  • The project in the 9th semester is dedicated to learning about a research activity linked with the domaines of expertise of ÉNISE. 

 

Global mobility

Spending some time in another country for the purpose of an internship or via an academic exchange is the opportunity for the students to reinforce their language skills and open up to other cultures. It is compulsory to study abroad for at least one semester to obtain any of our diplomas. It can be an Erasmus academic exchange, an internship or a dual degree at one of our 117 academic partners located in 34 countries. 

 

Languages

The language classes will give you the necessary fluency in a professional environment. The required level of English is a TOEIC score of 790 points in order to pass the exam for the diploma. One-week-long intensive courses are organised for this purpose in the course of the last 3 years. A second language is included in the course programme.

 

Bridging with Ecole Centrale de Lyon

For their third year, the engineering students recruited after the baccalauréat have the possibility to enter Ecole Centrale de Lyon and pursue with a non-specialist engineering curriculum (in the 1st year of the engineering cycle). A selection is based on application, with an interview.

In their 4th year, and depending on their career objectives, engineering students may choose one the specialisations offered by Ecole Centrale de Lyon for the fifth year.

 


Professional prospects 

  • Production engineer
  • Research and development engineer
  • Quality engineer
  • Methods and industrial engineer
  • Research engineer
  • Maintenance engineer
  • Consulting engineer

 

Business sectors

  • Metallurgy
  • Consulting or engineering firms
  • Design offices
  • Car, aviation, ship and rail industry
  • Food-processing industry
  • Medical and paramedical industry
  1. 3rd year

    Semester 5 Admitted on the basis of qualifications

    Computational Mathematics CU (Course Unit) (10 ECTS)

    • PDE and Tensor Calculus
    • Scientific computation

    Physics/Chemistry of Materials CU (7 ECTS)

    • Physics – General physics
    • Physics – Electronics & Electromagnetism
    • Energetics – Thermodynamics
    • Physics – Theory of automatic systems

    UE GM Conception de Systèmes Mécaniques (3 ECTS)

    • Transmission de puissance en régime permanent
    • Conception de systèmes de transmission

    UE GM Production Industrialisation (1 ECTS)

    • Métrologie tridimensionnelle

    UE Génie Industriel (1 ECTS)

    • Contrôle industriel
    • Conception des systèmes de production

    Optional subjects CU (3 ECTS)

    Languages CU (3 ECTS)

    Humanities and Social Science for Management CU (3 ECTS)

    UE Economie Gestion Droit (2 ECTS)

    UE Développement personnel (2 ECTS)

    Project CU (2 ECTS)

  2. Semester 5 Admitted on the basis of qualifications

    Computational Mathematics CU (Course Unit) (10 ECTS)

    • PDE and Tensor Calculus
    • Scientific computation
    • IT
    • Mathematics

    Physics/Chemistry of Materials CU (7 ECTS)

    • Physics – General physics
    • Physics – Electronics & Electromagnetism
    • Energetics – Thermodynamics
    • Physics – Theory of automatic systems

    Languages CU (3 ECTS)

    Humanities and Social Science for Management CU (3 ECTS)

    Development CU (3 ECTS)

    Project CU (2 ECTS)

  3. Semester 5 CPGE (ie. preparatory class)

    Computational Mathematics CU (Course Unit) (2 ECTS)

    • PDE and Tensor Calculus

    Languages CU (3 ECTS)

    Economics, Management & Law CU (2 ECTS)

    Humanities and Social Science for Management CU (3 ECTS)

    Development CU (3 ECTS)

    Design of Mechanical Systems - Mechanical Engineering CU (8 ECTS)

    • Analysis of mechanisms and implementation of connections
    • Dimensioning of connections and structures
    • Steady state power transmission
    • System integration

    Production & Industrialisation - Mechanical Engineering CU (6 ECTS)

    • Manufacturing processes
    • Metrology
    • Industrialisation

    Industrial Engineering - Mechanical Engineering CU (1 ECTS)

    • Industrial monitoring
    • Production system design

    Project CU (2 ECTS)

  4. Semester 6

    Computational Mathematics CU (Course Unit) (5 ECTS)

    • Signal Processing
    • Statistics and data analysis
    • Digital analysis
    • Operational research

    Physics/Chemistry of Materials CU (8 ECTS)   

    • Continuum mechanics
    • Mechanics of deformable solids
    • Mechanics – Structural Dynamics
    • Physics – Electronics & Electromagnetism

    Production & Industrialisation - Mechanical Engineering CU (3 ECTS)

    • Mastery of tool-material interaction in machining

    Design of Mechanical Systems - Mechanical Engineering CU (2 ECTS)

    • Mechanics of Non-deformable Solids
    • Dimensioning and optimisation of machine elements

    Optional subjects CU (3 ECTS)

    Languages CU (3 ECTS)

    Economics, Management & Law CU (3 ECTS)

    Humanities and Social Science for Management CU (1 ECTS)

    Personal development CU (2 ECTS)

  5. 4th year

    Semester 7

    Internship CU (22 ECTS)

    Optional subjects CU (3 ECTS)

    Design of Mechanical Systems - Mechanical Engineering CU (2 ECTS)

    • Computer system control
    • Material selection
    • System analysis tool

    Production & Industrialisation - Mechanical Engineering CU (1 ECTS)

    • High temperature processes 

    Industrial Engineering - Mechanical Engineering CU (1 ECTS)

    • Production management

    Humanities and Social Science for Management CU (1 ECTS)

  6. Semester 8

    Physics/Chemistry of Materials CU (6 ECTS)

    • Mechanics of deformable Solids
    • Energetics – Fluid dynamics
    • Energetics - Energy efficiency


    Optional subjects CU (4 ECTS)

    Computational mathematics CU (2 ECTS)

    • Digital analysis
    • Optimisation 

    Design of Mechanical Systems - Mechanical Engineering CU (3 ECTS)

    • Structure dimensioning
    • Fluid transfer system design

    Production & Industrialisation - Mechanical Engineering CU (3 ECTS)

    • Materials Engineering - Processes

    Industrial Engineering - Mechanical Engineering CU (3 ECTS)

    • Management tools for the performance of industrial systems
    • Production management 
    • Quality 

    Languages CU (2 ECTS)

    Economics, Management & Law CU (2 ECTS)

    Development CU (2 ECTS)

    Project CU (2 ECTS)

    Humanities and Social Science for Management CU (1 ECTS)

  7. 5th year

    Semester 9

    Optional subjects CU – further studies curriculum (19)

    Humanities and Social Science for Management CU (5 ECTS)

    Project CU (3 ECTS)

    Physics/Chemistry of Materials CU (2 ECTS)

    • Mechanics – Structural Dynamics
    • Energetics – Energy efficiency

    Languages CU (2 ECTS)

    Economics, Management & Law CU (2 ECTS)

    Development CU (2 ECTS)

  8. Semester 10

    Internship CU (25 ECTS)

  9. The academic model

    in detail

    For more information on the Academic structure, please visit our detailed course offer.

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