Master of Energy
Master of Energy
The programme takes a comprehensive and cross-cutting approach to the field of energy (the physics of the many sources; production, conversion, storage, management) and its intricate interrelationship with transport in the broad sense.
Indeed, any energy produced must be efficiently transported and used. The transport of goods and people in turn requires energy, and therefore calls for improvement in the modes of propulsion (electric and hybrid propulsion, combustion), of energy conversion and storage, and in structures (weight reduction, strength, assembly processes).

Learning objectives

The term "energy" encompasses several scientific and technical disciplines, meaning that students gain a solid set of core skills while also having a choice of specialization.

  • PIE trains young engineers and future researchers capable of working on all techniques of energy production, transport and storage, particularly electric;
  • EPA focuses on the role of vehicle components in the development and improvement of means of transport (propulsion system, on-board energy management and transformation).

Master's programs

M2 : Électrification et propulsion automobile (EPA)

M2 : Physique et Ingénierie de l'énergie (PIE) : Systèmes électriques pour l'énergie et la mobilité


The master's degree equips students to undertake a PhD in a laboratory or major research organization, or to work in the industrial and energy sectors.