This interaction allows students to broaden their knowledge, develop their personality and skills, and ensure a smooth transition from the academic environment to the final project (PFE, industrial internship) scheduled for semester 10.
The RDP meets a number of objectives:
- Develop adaptive skills in an academic environment,
- Expand the concept of commitment and develop a work ethic,
- Analyze real problems based on a methodology,
- Propose possible solutions and set up action plans.
Through the end-of-study project activities, engineering students are expected to achieve the specific objectives below:
• Understand the context of the project and the problem posed,
• Better plan and manage of the various project activities,
• Conduct effective bibliographic research,
• Correctly formulate study approaches related to the subject area,
• Propose feasible and optimized designs,
• Master new tools and technical environments,
• Conduct development and/or engineering work,
• Analyze the obtained findings and formulate relevant conclusions,
• Value the work performed and the obtained findings,
• Write a well-structured report based on the rules of scientific writing,
• Prepare a clear presentation for the oral exam.