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Students of Centrale Nantes flew to France
07 September 2018
Students of Centrale Nantes flew to France

23 students of Ecole Centrale de Nantes left Mauritius for France early September to kick-off their third year programme in Nantes, France.


The top Engineering school indeed provides students with a complete international experience, as students benefit from exposure to a new campus environment, classes, and lecturers.


The Engineering programme features a 4-year long curriculum. Students will therefore return to Mauritius to complete their fourth year.

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