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Master Year 2 Energy Infrastructures Management

Master Year 2 Energy Infrastructures Management

Program information will be updated when admission opens.

Year

Master Year 2

Program

Energy Infrastructures Management

ECTS Credits

60

Language

Most courses are in English, some are in French

Orientation

Research

Location

Palaiseau Campus

Course duration

12 months, full time

Course start

September

Degree awarded

Master’s degree

WHY ENROLL IN THIS PROGRAM?

Asset n° 1 

Pursue a PhD

Asset n°2

Access a wide range of career opportunities in the energy sector

Asset n°3

Acquire knowledge relating to the scientific and technological aspects of energy infrastructure and distribution

The second year of the Energy Master’s Program at the Institut Polytechnique de Paris consists of three majors with a set of common courses, plus specialized learning and an internship. The common courses cover the energy transition for climate change mitigation, a global approach to engineering systems and the economics of energy markets, as well as French language courses.

The second-year Energy Infrastructures Management major focuses on optimizing energy distribution, and managing and designing high-performance infrastructure. Students will be able to choose from a wide range of computer engineering courses relating to network management, machine learning and data mining. They will also take engineering courses covering energy storage and specialized courses in economics.

Objectives

The program will allow students to:

  • Develop an overall awareness of the challenges linked to the energy transition
  • Acquire high-level of knowledge of the scientific and technological aspects of energy storage and distribution
  • Gain experience in computer engineering applied to energy network management, design and optimization
  • Acquire a broad understanding of energy economics
  • Solve complex problems relating to smart grids, network security and data management in an international context, taking into account relevant technical, economic, social and environmental challenges

After graduation, students will be able to pursue a PhD or occupy a wide range of positions in the energy sector including:

  • R&D engineer specializing in wind or solar technologies, developing batteries or fuel cells, treating pollutants and waste in the energy industry
  • Smart grid developer
  • Wind farm or solar plant project manager
  • Consultant in sustainable development
  • Power analyst for energy markets
  • Public policy advisor

Course details will be available when admission opens.

Admission requirements

Academic prerequisites

  • Completion of the first year of a Master in Energy at Institut Polytechnique de Paris or equivalent in France or abroad
  • Completion of a first-year Master of Sciences or Master of Sciences and Technologies in one of the following specialties: energy engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, material sciences, chemical engineering or sustainable development

Language prerequisites

  • English (minimum B2, preferred C1)
  • A good level in French is appreciated, though not mandatory

How to apply

Applications can be submitted exclusively online. You will need to provide the following documents:

  • Transcript
  • Two academic references (added online directly by your referees)
  • CV/resume
  • Statement of purpose

You will receive an answer in your candidate space within 2 months of the closing date for the application session.

Fees and scholarships

Tuition fees will be communicated when admission opens.

Find out more about scholarships

Applications and admission dates

Admission page

Coordinator

Didier Dalmazzone,

Program office

Anne Richard,

General enquiries

master-admission@ip-paris.fr

Description

The second year of the Energy Master’s Program at the Institut Polytechnique de Paris consists of three majors with a set of common courses, plus specialized learning and an internship. The common courses cover the energy transition for climate change mitigation, a global approach to engineering systems and the economics of energy markets, as well as French language courses.

The second-year Energy Infrastructures Management major focuses on optimizing energy distribution, and managing and designing high-performance infrastructure. Students will be able to choose from a wide range of computer engineering courses relating to network management, machine learning and data mining. They will also take engineering courses covering energy storage and specialized courses in economics.

Objectives

The program will allow students to:

  • Develop an overall awareness of the challenges linked to the energy transition
  • Acquire high-level of knowledge of the scientific and technological aspects of energy storage and distribution
  • Gain experience in computer engineering applied to energy network management, design and optimization
  • Acquire a broad understanding of energy economics
  • Solve complex problems relating to smart grids, network security and data management in an international context, taking into account relevant technical, economic, social and environmental challenges

After graduation, students will be able to pursue a PhD or occupy a wide range of positions in the energy sector including:

  • R&D engineer specializing in wind or solar technologies, developing batteries or fuel cells, treating pollutants and waste in the energy industry
  • Smart grid developer
  • Wind farm or solar plant project manager
  • Consultant in sustainable development
  • Power analyst for energy markets
  • Public policy advisor

Course details will be available when admission opens.

Admission requirements

Academic prerequisites

  • Completion of the first year of a Master in Energy at Institut Polytechnique de Paris or equivalent in France or abroad
  • Completion of a first-year Master of Sciences or Master of Sciences and Technologies in one of the following specialties: energy engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, material sciences, chemical engineering or sustainable development

Language prerequisites

  • English (minimum B2, preferred C1)
  • A good level in French is appreciated, though not mandatory

How to apply

Applications can be submitted exclusively online. You will need to provide the following documents:

  • Transcript
  • Two academic references (added online directly by your referees)
  • CV/resume
  • Statement of purpose

You will receive an answer in your candidate space within 2 months of the closing date for the application session.

Fees and scholarships

Tuition fees will be communicated when admission opens.

Find out more about scholarships

Applications and admission dates

Admission page

Coordinator

Didier Dalmazzone,

Program office

Anne Richard,

General enquiries

master-admission@ip-paris.fr