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NEOMA's MSc International Project Development (MSc IPD) students visited the "Institut National des Sciences Appliquées" (INSA) premises as part of their "Multi project Portfolio Management" course. An opportunity for the NEOMA's students to improve their vision of scientific courses and funding of research.

The day's programme at INSA's Madrillet site in Rouen centred around the discovery of a new technological universe. NEOMA students were accompanied by Vincent Arnoux, Professor at INSA and in charge of European projects and the valorisation of research. The students also discovered the "propulsion valley" corridor exhibition of numerous aircraft and rocket engines. An experimental exercise in project management for the Engineering School. "Besides the visit of the premises and a series of amusing moments, the main objective was to understand how the European Union works in terms of funding research projects and education," explains Marion GOUARIN, MSc IPD student. "In this respect the visit was really informative and one of the ways the course allows us to turn theory into practice."

Managers and engineers: complementary skills

The day's visit also provided an opportunity to learn bout how other areas of specialisation in the job market function. "The explanation of the various study options at INSA meant we got to learn more about what is taught in engineering schools. The idea is for us to have sufficient knowledge to be able to build up relationships with engineers. Their skills, which are complementary to ours, have the potential to help enhance our projects."
An opportunity for students in international project management to have a better vision of scientific courses and funding of research.