GMP (Mechanical Engineering)

The objective of the DUT program in Génie Mécanique et Productique (mechanical engineering and production) is to train mechanical engineers capable of performing all the steps of creating industrial products fromdesign to manufacturing.

Those who achieve the title of high level technician with a DUT in GMP must:

possess solid and comprehensive technical knowledge,
demonstrate initiative and responsibility,
be capable of assisting an engineer at work.

1/ Coursework

The training program consists of four different course units (unités d’enseignement or “UE”) which are achieved over the course of four semesters.

2/ Course Organization

On average, about thirty hours of class per week.

The curriculum consists of: 
 lectures in the amphitheater,·
 seminars (travaux dirigés [TD]) in groups of 24,·
 lab work (travaux pratiques [TP]) in groups of 12.·

In addition to classroom hours, students must work individually on a project in which the subject has been selected by a professor or a company.

3/ Evaluation

Performed uniquely through continuous assessment with regular evaluations in TD, TP and one major exam per week.
Students must earn a cumulative grade point average of at least 10/20 and at least 08/20 in each UE to pass a semester.

Each semester students must produce one or more written documents (dissertation, report, ...) which they must present orally in front of a jury.

Students are supervised by their academic directors.

Attendance is mandatory and all absence must be properly justified.