From Jean Monnet University with Knowledge

Last week, NMSTU witnessed a meeting that gathered to discuss the results of a semester-long study taken by students of the Department of Automated Electric Drives and Mechatronics at the Jean Monnet University in Saint-Étienne, France as part of the Erasmus+ academic mobility programme.

The very first mobility exercise under the programme took place in 2012 and involved students of the Department of Mechanical Engineering. In 2016 the Institute of Power Engineering and Automation Systems joined in, which helped attract first students from France.

Last year three NMSTU students took part in the exchange programme. This yielded significant progress resulting in a joint curriculum and greater programme performance.  

The participants of the exchange programme pointed out that the benefits of their study in France did not only include knowledge and practical experience but also the opportunity to travel. 

The meeting participants also included two students from the Jean Monnet University who are currently taking a course of study at NMSTU. 

One of them, Clément Béal, highlighted that the main objectives of his time at NMSTU include learning the Russian language and working at the Schneider Electric lab.


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