General Competence courses are designed to offer you the range of skills necessary to meet the complex challenges of an engineering career, including project management, teamwork, communication, problem-solving and resource planning.
All these skills are taught within your field of research and fall into the following categories:
- General engineering competences You learn to combine technology application and development with financial management, management and organization. Most importantly, you learn how to use your qualifications and technological know-how in a professional and social context.
- Synthesis competences You learn how to define and provide solutions to an open problem. You may be part of a cross-disciplinary team, and will be trained in communication and collaboration.
- Normative competences You learn a set of essential disciplines common to all technical aspects of engineering within a specific field.