“I worked in Columbia as a production engineer in urban transport. I wanted to enhance that experience with wider issues because transport is connected to the economy, society, the environment, town planning, etc. The TRADD Master's Degree explores all these facets! It trains open, multi-disciplinary engaged professionals.
Its other asset is diversity. Running projects with people from Japan, Romania, Lebanon and Brazil with just as many ways of reasoning requires flexibility. Which results in high quality, more comprehensive products! “
THEY’RE TALKING ABOUT IT!
What did they think about it and what are they doing today?
Hear the personal accounts of our alumni and members of the Foundation's supervisory team.
More than 1,000 students from 35 different countries have followed a Renault Foundation course since it began.
“Having obtained a vocational training certificate in electrical engineering, I applied to do the Electric Vehicles Vocational Degree to specialise in new forms of transport, particularly electric vehicles.
My course took place at the Flins Renault factory in the Quality/Assembly department. The aim? Improve the manufacturing process of Zoé which led me to master the quality standards used by the Renault-Nissan Alliance factories.
Personally speaking, I gained in maturity during the year of training and I experienced a unique inter-cultural experience with students from across the world. “