Grids and Building, a major concern for our societies
Quality of the training, amazing level of practical works, availability of the professors and supporting staff
Strong connection with industry, most of Master Thesis within companies, job opportunities in France and abroad
Cutting edge research environment providing numerous PhD positions
Perfect international atmosphere, Intercultural experience, fast integration among local students
The master in electrical engineering for Smart Grids and Buildings proposes a 20 month full time 120 ECTS state-of-art technical training in smart energy management in buildings and power grids together with economic, societal and cultural aspects to prepare students for the challenges of tomorrow, managing the total energy chain (production, distribution, use)..
"Industrial oriented, strong connection with companies, and a lot of chances of carrying out internship in companies"
"The level of practical work is very amazing and interesting. The professors are take charge of the students need and I enjoy the practical sessions"
"The teachers are highly qualified, the school has an excellent infrastructure, the subjects are interesting and related to the topic"
Pollyanna Christinne, Brazil
On 2018-2019 academic year they are 4 243 euros / year : regular students
On 2019-20 academic year they will be approximately the same.
Grants are available and training period in companies are paid
And before completing their administrative registration with a higher education institution, students will have to pay off the 90€ ‘Contribution Vie Étudiante et de Campus (CVEC).
12 000 euros/year if you have stopped your studies for more than 2 years (Lifelong learning)
Bachelor degree in either Science (BSc) or Engineering (BEng) including courses in electrical Engineering
English language: B1 level. TOEFL: computer-based: 140 / IBT: 60 / paper-based : 457. TOEFL institution code is 6050, Department : Ense3
TOEIC : 550 - IELTS: 4.5
Alstom, Atos Worldgrid, CEA, Schneider Electric, Supergrid Institute, and Eaton and EDF.
As Schneider Electric representative, involved in Smart Grids strategy and offer roadmap, I confirm that the initiative of creating a Master to offer to the Industry very well trained engineers on the different and new aspects of Smart Grids is very much welcome. In addition we are proud in participating to this initiative in bringing our expertise on markets and interoperability technics and related issues.
This initiative you have set up should actually be spread on a larger scale to fit the coming industry knowledge needs.
Laurent Guise, Schneider Electric
Internship or Master Thesis
The 9 laboratories at Ense³ regularly host international students performing / carrying out an internship or a master thesis.