Master in Structural Mechanics and Coupled Systems

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International Master in Structural Mechanics and Coupled Systems - MR15101A

  • Language of instruction: English
  • Mode of learning: daytime, full time , on-site and remote classes
  • Length: M1: 1 year, M2: 1 year, M1+M2: 2 years
  • Master Sciences, technologies, santé - mention Mécanique
  • Master of Science, Technologies and Health - track in Mechanics

Presentation of the Master

This Master program takes place at Conservatoire national des arts et métiers (Cnam), Paris downtown, France, in the heart of the Ville Lumière (the City of Light), Marais district, in a vibrant multi-cultural international and stimulating environment. Recognized by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research, the diploma is awarded upon successful completion of a specialized program of study and opens the way to a professional career in an intercultural context or to further education towards the doctoral thesis. The Program’s faculty body include world-class academics and industry experts. Most of the lecturers of the program are members of the Structural Mechanics and Coupled Systems Laboratory (, whose expertise is internationally recognized in the following fields:

Skills Learned of objectives

Admission requirements

International, European and French students willing to pursue a Master degree program in English, and possessing a Bachelor-level degree in one of following fields: Mechanical Engineering, Civil and Structural Engineering, Engineering Design, Mechatronics. Admission is also possible in M2 (2nd year of Master) if you already have a Master’s degree or if you have a first year of Master’s degree already validated in one of the fields mentioned above with courses equivalent to those of M1 (1st year of Master).


Students coming from outside the European Union have to apply via Campus France ( Other students have to apply by email to the master coordinator.


This Master offers possibilities to start a career in line with the changing world of mechanics in the broad sense. Indeed, the wide use of composite materials in transportation industry associated to performance and dependability demands require the design of innovative mechanical structures of increasing complexity. Emerging problems in the field of mechanics (e.g. vibration control, fluid-structure interaction, structural optimization) require multidisciplinary approaches to develop test scenarii and ensure the reliability of structures designed and validated in a numerical environment.