After 2016 and 2017, the Belgian Robotics Cup will once again take pride of place in the UMONS Faculty of Engineering trophy cabinet. The Polytech team, made up of seven “Monsketeers” won the 2018 competition this weekend in Namur! For the 2018 edition of the competition, held annually since 2001 by the Pass (the scientific […]Continue reading
The engineer, a vision with a future
The UMONS Faculty of Engineering (FPMs) has been training innovative and open-minded engineers since 1837. They offer a Master’s degree in Engineering, which has five specialist focuses that students can choose from (Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Electrical Engineering, Computer and Management Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Geology and Mining Engineering), as well as a Master’s degree in Architectural Engineering.
The broad scientific knowledge and transversal skills acquired during the course allow the students trained at the FPMs to work in extremely diverse industries in varied and stimulating environments.
All the FPMs degree programmes are officially recognised by the French state and have the EUR-ACE label at European level, thus strengthening employability and international mobility.
Over the course of five years, there is significant interaction between the teaching activities of the Faculty and the corporate world. These activities, along with the many others grouped under the acronym ENG'UP, push each student to question their future professional life and direct them to follow the training course best suited to their personality. This leads to an increase in motivation, allowing students to overcome the difficulties of their ever-demanding scientific and technological training.
News from the faculty
The “Journées des Entreprises” (JDE) event provides an opportunity for future graduates to have their first job interview and to look for a job, even before graduating. This event is also beneficial to companies, as they can make themselves known to future engineers and they have access to more than one hundred candidates at one […]Continue reading