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Master's Degree in Engineering Grenoble INP - Ense3, Nuclear energy engineering (GEN)

Updated on July 13, 2018
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Overview

  • Engineer

    National Master of Engineering Degree
  • Degree awarded : MasterLocation : GRENOBLE

    Available as :

    • Standard taught course
    • Lifelong learning
    Graduation year : Bac + 5Tuition fees : 535,50 € per year for initial degree programs
    Graduation level : Level I
    Duration : 3 years (6 semesters)

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Summary


Students taking this program will learn the scientific and technical skills necessary for the operation of nuclear energy production systems. It provides a global view of the full energy conversion chain and expertise in the required complex modeling and simulation.

Objectives


Engineers graduating from this program are able to:

  • Manage the operation of nuclear energy production systems over the full range of management levels
  • Audit, maintain and improve critical nuclear equipment
  • Manage research, development and innovation in the field of nuclear energy
  • Design components for nuclear steam-supply systems and for related energy conversion devices.

  • Training partners

    Labs

    • SIMAP,
    • LEGI,
    • G2Elab,
    • LPSC,
    • IN2P3,
    • CEA (DEN, DSM) ILL,
    • CERN,
    • ESRF

    Associated companies

    The major companies in the nuclear power industry and the nuclear safety authorities associated with the course are EDF, Cogema, Areva, Technicatome, IRSN and Andra.

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Admission

  • Who should apply? : Bac + 2, Bac + 3, Bac + 4
  • Location : GRENOBLE
  • Tuition fees : 535,50 € per year for initial degree programs
  • Available as :
    • Standard taught course
    • Lifelong learning

Entry requirements

  • To be admitted into Year 1 (at two years of post-secondary study), students must have completed two years of preparatory courses (science-track or Institute of Technology common preparatory program) or have earned an undergraduate degree from a university (in France, mainly DUT or L2).
  • Admission based on qualifications to the 2nd year (France and abroad)
  • Exchange students

Apply now

Visit the Admissions section of the school’s website (french version)

Contacts

General information

For questions on the content of the courses:
Laurent Davoust
For other questions (in particular administrative matters):
International Relations ENSE3

Academic information

Grégoire Kessedjian

Education contact

Mail contact or +33 (0) 476 827 165

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Program

  • Course duration : 3 years (6 semesters)
  • Internships abroad : An internship in France or another country is required.

Program

1st year

Year 1 core curriculum


2nd year

3rd year


2nd Specialization year of the Nuclear Energy Engineering Specialty / Semester 9
The semester of the second year of the Specialization under the Engineering of Nuclear Power speciality consists of a common Management and Business Studies module and 3 modules of further scientific specialization dealing with the disciplines introduced in the first year of the Specialization. The common module deals with business law, negotiation, team management and interpersonal skills, marketing, human factors and crisis management. The further specialization modules deal with advanced thermal hydraulics, operations and reliability, materials and the environment and reactor systems. Collectively, these modules correspond to around 400 hours of teaching (30 ECTS credits).

Elective semester
Semester 9 can be completed in one of two cross-disciplinary programs that concern all majors:

 

Semester 10

The final semester of the Ense3 course is exclusively dedicated to the End of Studies Project. This occurs from February to June, either overseas or in France, in a research laboratory or in industry. This allows students to use the methods and knowledge they have acquired in a professional environment. They will experience engineering working methods, learn how to manage a project and develop their autonomy and initiative.
The End of Studies Project also develops their sense of responsibility by submitting them to a demand for results within a pre-determined time frame. The student engineer is required to produce a report and take a viva on their project.

Board of examiners

Each semester is worth 30 ECTS credits, spread out over the different courses completed. Students must obtain a grade of at least 10/20 in each course to obtain the credits.

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International

  • Language of instruction : French
  • Erasmus areas : Nuclear and high-energy physics, Mechanical engineering
  • Internship abroad : Yes

International exchange


Students in this major benefit from many agreements between Grenoble Institute of Technology and partners around the globe in the form of exchange programs, dual-degree programs, internships, and more.
Visit the International section of the school’s website

Information on available scolarships

Are you a foreign student with a Master level qualification wanting to study at one of the six engineering Schools of the Grenoble Institute of Technology? You can find all the funding schemes available for you course in Grenoble on our website at Grenoble INP.

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Prospects

  • Graduation year : Bac + 5
  • Graduation level : Level I

Expected learning outcomes


Engineers graduating from this program are able to:

  • Manage the operation of nuclear energy production systems over the full range of management levels
  • Audit, maintain and improve critical nuclear equipment
  • Manage research, development and innovation in the field of nuclear energy
  • Design components for nuclear steam-supply systems and for related energy conversion devices.

Further learning opportunities

Education through research

Year 3 students planning to go on to a PhD program can earn a dual degree with another Master’s program relevant to their first major within the Grenoble University system.

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Written by Franck Meunier

Date of update July 13, 2018

Internships

An internship in France or another country is required.
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