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Bachelor of Mechatronic Engineering (Design and Maintenance) - vocational

The aim of this vocational bachelor’s degree with apprenticeship component is to train assistant engineers able to:

- design and maintain mechatronic installations,
- establish specifications for a mechatronics system,
- run a team and manage projects.

Partners

- Electronic Engineering Department
- Mechanic Engineering Department
- Lycée Dorian (Paris 11°)
- CFA UPMC (Chambre de Commerce et d'Industrie de Versailles)

 

Competence

 

  • Basic knowledge in electronics and mechanics
  • Ability to establish specifications for a global mechanics-electronics system
  • Use of specialized software
  • Ability to read data sheets
  • Management of relations with engineers, technicians and other services involved in a project
  • Ability to analyze trial results 
Keywords

Engineering, electronics, mechanics, apprenticeship

Organization

- apprenticeship alternating fortnightly with classes
- Course duration: 12 months
- 550 hours (not including the internship), divided into 430 hours of taught classes and 120 project hours
- Teaching participation of industry professionals  

General Course Architecture:

- Basic classes - 18  ects
- Specialized classes -  24 ects
- Tutored project - 6 ects
- Professional internship of 24 weeks in company – 12 ects
 
Classes:

Basic classes

- Mathematical notions for engineering (6 ects): semester 1

Fourier- Laplace transforms
Initiation and use of Matlab
Statistical analysis

- Basic notions in mechanics and electronics (3 ects): semester 1

Catch-up module depending on the student’s original specialization

- Management (3 ects): semester 2
- English (3 ects): semester 1
- Communication (3 ects): semester 2

Specialized Classes:

- Electrical Engineering (9 ects): semesters 1 and 2

Power electronics
Rotating electric motors
Practical classes on Labview

- Mechanical Engineering (9 ects): semesters 1 and 2

Resistance of materials
Mechanical design
Power transmission
Practical classes on CAD software (Cosmosworks – Solidworks – Catia)

 - Automatism – Control (3 ects): semester 2

Automatic sequential
experimental practical classes: use of a PID, a corrector
Practical classes: Use of Grafcet

- Product Lifecycle Management (3 ects): semester 1

Establishing specifications
Methods of functional analysis and project management
Tutored project (6 ects): semester 2
Professional 24 week internship in company (12 ects): semesters 1 and 2

 

Well-targeted public

 

  • UPMC students having completed the 2nd year (vocational stream) of the bachelor of electronics or mechanics
  • Students with a DUT (mechanical engineering, physical measurement, electrical engineering and industrial computing, industrial engineering and maintenance, mechanics industry, etc.) or a BTS (electronics systems, industrial product design, industrial maintenance, mechanics and industrial automatisms, industrialization of mechanical products, etc.)
  • Students from CPGE (PSI, PT, PTSI, …)
Admissions

Selection is made on the basis of a written application and an interview. Admission to the CFA UPMC is definitive only after an apprenticeship contract has been signed. The CFA helps students find a company for the internship as soon as they have been deemed admissible.

Access to the apprenticeship is subject to two conditions: students must be under 26 years of age when the contract is signed and authorized to work in France if they are from outside the EEC.

The application file can be downloaded on the CFA UPMCNouvelle fenêtre website. It must be sent in by Thursday, May 14, 2009. Interviews will take place from Monday, May 25, 2009.

Coordinates
Coordinates
Administrative coordinator
Calimez Pascale 
01 44 27 71 40
pascale.calimez@upmc.fr
Address
CFA UPMC - C232
4, place Jussieu
75252 Paris Cedex 05


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18/06/09