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Sustainable and Environmental management and engineering

Sustainable development needs to disjoin the economic and social dynamism from the continuous increase of matter and energy flows at the planet scale. This division between economic growth on one side and the intensive use of resources and the growing impacts on environment on the other side is one of the major stakes of the 21st century.

The Sustainable and Environmental Management and Engineering program (IMEDD) trains specialists on strategies of economic activities’ dematerialization that allows companies and territories to take advantage of the division between financial and physical flows due to industrial ecology, eco-design and ecotechnologies.

 

Objectives

  • To give through an adapted pedagogy (projects, company visits, tutoring, 24-week internship, contacts with professionals) a real know-how for future technical managers in the environment, experts in dematerialization (eco-design and industrial ecology).
  • To develop the soft skills (personal and managerial) in order to improve their adaptability, and to sensibilize the students to enterprise creation (eco-innovation).
  • To open the studies towards prospective developments and research.
  • To get a strong international vision (recruitment, languages, mobility, double-degree).

 

Prerequisites


International program:

The international program, organized with the University of Sherbrooke in Canada, is open to students with a Bachelor’s degree (preferably with honours).

Students having a professional experience can be accepted by equivalence and can apply through continuing education.

Success in this Master’s validates a double degree: one from North America and one from Europe.

The number of students accepted each year in the program is limited. The selection is done at the UTT and the University of Sherbrooke by a jury made of scientists and professionals. Candidates are required to have a certain English level.

The procedure implies that the students register to both institutions, by mentioning their participation in the double degree.


National program:

Students holding of a Bachelor level with 180 ECTS credits have the possibility to enter in the first year of the national program.

Students holding a degree equivalent to 240 ECTS credits have the possibility to enter in the second year.

In both cases, a degree with honours is preferable.

Students having a professional experience can be accepted by equivalence and can apply through continuing education.

The number of students accepted each year in the program is limited. The selection is done by a jury made of scientists and professionals. Candidates are required to have a certain English level.

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IMPORTANT !

The master's degree is awarded only to students who have reached a certain level of proficiency in a second language. Non-native French speakers can choose French as their second language.

Course director:

Sabrina BRULLOT



Contact

Master Ingénierie et Management
Université de technologie de Troyes
12 rue Marie Curie - BP 2060 - 10010 Troyes cedex



Secretariat:

master.imedd @ utt.fr