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Second intake for Erasmus Mundus Joint Master E-PiCo

A warm welcome to the second intake of students on the Erasmus Mundus Master Programme E-PiCo!

On September 6, 2021 All day

Second intake of students for E-PiCo

Centrale Nantes is delighted to welcome the second intake of students on campus for the Erasmus Mundus E-PiCo programme. 26 students from 15 countries (Bangladesh, Brazil, Mexico, China, Egypt, Ghana, India, Iran, Lebanon, Nigeria, Turkey, Ukraine, USA, Yemen and Zimbabwe) make up the second cohort.

Malek Ghanes, programme coordinator, and Mohamed Hamida, local coordinator, alongside his fellow coordinators in our partner universities (connecting remotely) will formally welcome students to the programme on Monday 6 September.

The students started arriving in France in mid-August to comply with the government's quarantine measures. The six programme students who are remaining at Centrale Nantes for their third semester will also be on campus.

More about E-PiCo

This topnotch Master’s programme in e-mobility has been selected under the European Programmes of Excellence: Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees (EMJMD). E-Pico, Electric Vehicle Propulsion and Control, is designed and taught at a consortium of four major European higher education institutions alongside academic and industrial partners.

E-PiCo will be the first European programme providing technical and scientific solutions to the issues of fossil fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, directly applicable in industry, by training future electric propulsion system expert graduates.

Published on August 31, 2021 Updated on September 1, 2021