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Naval Hydrodynamics

Note that some of the courses are at least partially in French (ratio of French/English is given in the list below; courses with no indication are fully in English).

It is therefore mandatory for the Naval Hydrodynamics Specialty to have at least a B2 level in French (European certification).

Naval Hydrodynamics - Master 1

  • Fluids
  • Applied mathematics
  • Signal analysis: theory and practice
  • Ship stability, ship architecture (75% English, 25% French)
  • Introduction to Naval Hydrodynamics (25% English, 75% French)
  • Numerical analysis
  • Experimental techniques
  • Projects
  • Language
  • Issues and challenges in Marine Sciences
  • Marine Sciences in Europe
  • Scientific programming
  • Scientific oral

Naval Hydrodynamics - Master 2

  • Turbulence (in French)
  • Resistance, propulsion (50% English, 50% French)
  • Manoeuvrability and seakeeping (50% English, 50% French)
  • Hydrodynamics of lifting bodies (60% English, 40% French)
  • Advanced numerical methods (60% English, 40% French)
  • Sailing yacht design (50% English, 50% French)
  • Language
  • Job finding skills
  • Business and companies culture
  • Internship (from March to September)