The energy industry is highly international, so is IFP School. Each year IFP School master programs welcome 50% of international students from over 100 different countries.
IFP School has a long history of international commitment under various international partnerships:
- Double-degree programs with Texas A&M University, Colorado School of Mines, Okhahoma University, Gubkin University...
- Academic agreements, currently with Chulalongkorn University (Thailand) and ESIB (Lebanon)
- Off-site degree-programs in oil and gas producing countries with local universities and NOCs: in Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Senegal ...
IFP School now develops graduate education in the field of energy in Asia, through industry-oriented master programs for high potential candidates. A first program, named Petroleum Projects and Offshore Technology, started in Singapore in 2019.
By developing their skills for today's and tomorrow's professions, these programs prepare graduates to take up new challenges related to technological breakthroughs and environmental issues. It also contributes to the development of local content by training skilled graduates from many countries.