Since the beginning of the 19th century Grenoble has built a solid reputation in hydrodynamics, fluid mechanics and energetics
Master of science in: "FLUID MECHANICS AND ENERGETICS"
Head: Laurent JOSSIC
Institution: Grenoble Institute of Technology - Université Grenoble Alpes
Degree obtained: International Master of Sciencein Fluid Mechanics and Energetics (1 year program)
Courses are taught in English - B1 level required ! 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
The Master degree in Fluid Mechanics and Energetics englobes an advanced academic program in fluid mechanics and applications in:
Energy (turbo-machinery, nuclear energy, oil industry)
Sustainable energy (wind or solar energy) and development involving hydraulics (rivers, off-shore and marine science),
Transport phenomena and combustion in aerodynamics or space sciences,
Chemical engineering and transport phenomena in many areas:
microfluidics with bio-assays, biotechnologies, MEMS or actuators,
petroleum, oil & gas industry.
A high level education is given based on thorough scientific and technological knowledge.
Applicants are selected on the basis of academic and/or scientific achievement as documented by academic transcripts, cover letters, references, or standardized test scores. To be admitted, applicants are required to have at least :
One year master study (science or engineering),
in the following fields:
fluid mechanics, chemical engineering,
physics or applied mathematics as well provided they already demonstrated a significant level in fluid mechanics.
In case English is not the native language of the applicant, TOEFL, TOEIC... tests should be passed before admission (B1 level required).
After master degree
Graduated students are encouraged to do a PhD in the framework of I-MEP2 PhD School (http://edimep2.grenoble-inp.fr). This master degree allows graduated students to find a job in public and private laboratories as well as in industrial research centres.