Summer Schools

Deux programmes de Summer School vous sont proposés à l’ECAM Lyon : 

  • l’International Summer School in Science and Engineering est l’opportunité unique de vivre une expérience internationale, d’améliorer son niveau de français, tout en développant ses connaissances scientifiques. Elle s’adresse à des étudiants en premier cycle au sein d’universités étrangères
  • Summer School en génie mécanique avec le professeur visitant de Manhattan College (NY, USA)Prof. Bahman Litkouhi.

 

ECAM Lyon offers 2 Summer School Programs

Summer School in Science and Engineering (Energy & Sustainability)

AT A GLANCE

Program Energy & Sustainability
Dates Thursday June 14, 2018 – Wednesday July 18, 2018 (5 weeks)
Content
  • Min. 45-50 contact hrs. of engineering: courses/siminars, labs, group work and visit to a production site. (1 contact hr. =60 min.)
  • 39 hrs. of French language classes
  • Cultural excursions and company visits, including CERN in Geneva
Credits
  • 6 ECTS (EU transfer credits) for engineering program
  • 3 ECTS for French course
    (2 ECTS = 1-1.5 US credits)
Accommodation Student residence in town (not on campus)
Application Deadline April 15, 2018
Fees
  • Students from non-partner universities: €3000
  • Students from partner universities: €2000

(contact lisa.vergara@ecam.fr for more details)
N.B. Meals are not included.

To Apply Go to the IPL Summer School Page for application information and all practical details
FAQ Click here

This 5-week program is a unique opportunity to experience life abroad, improve your French and develop your technical and scientific skills! It is open to undergraduate students with engineering or technical backgrounds from any university around the world, and is offered in collaboration with three other engineering schools in Lyon, all partners within the consortium of Institut Polytechnique de Lyon (IPL).

At ECAM Lyon, students will learn about Energy and Sustainability through a multidisciplinary approach including mechanical and electrical engineering, and materials science. Students will also take an in-depth look at the regulatory and business context around energy production in Europe and France

Most of the largest challenges we will face in the future (global warming, increasing scarcity of fossil fuels, the impact of production methods and materials, etc.) are related to how we produce and use energy and the consequences of those actions. The course aims to teach future engineers the industrial and regulatory context, the technical concepts and tools needed to comprehend these challenges, and explore the solutions of tomorrow.

Summer School in Mechanical Engineering