IFP School works with French graduate schools and universities for three programs corresponding to specializations or courses as part of the 2nd year of the Research master's program (M2).
Open to engineers or master's degree holders with several years of experience in the industry, particularly in the automotive industry, the Specialized Master® Powertrains - combustion, electric and hybrid - provides a vision of the entire powertrain. Taught in French, in partnership with IFP Training, it offers two alternative options.
The Master's degree in Energy or E3A - Electrification of Automotive Propulsion (hybrid and electric engines) - is organized jointly by Université Paris-Saclay and IFP School.
This research oriented Master aims to prepare students:
Made for future decision-makers and energy managers, the executive master of Management in Energy is taught in English jointly with the BI Norwegian Business School-Oslo.
In a global energy landscape that is ever-changing for fossil and renewable energies, the aim of this program is:
To develop a broad range of skills, from the most conceptual to the most applied, the education courses delivered at IFP School are based on a team of permanent faculty members from diverse backgrounds:
In the Energy Economics and Management domain, IFP School has seven permanent staffs (French and Iranian) with varied and complementary academic and professional backgrounds. The school also calls upon over 100 visiting lecturers each year, most of whom are from industry where they are recognized as experts in their field.
The IFP School faculty runs a total of five programs in the Energy Economics and Management domain:
In the field of Powertrains and Sustainable Mobility, the education courses delivered at IFP School are based on a team of permanent teachers and external speakers to offer a unique range of skills, from industrial know-how to highly specialized research.
Permanent faculty members whose skills and expertise cover the fundamentals of the automobile industry (in particular combustion, engine technology, bench tests, etc.) and associated fuels and lubricants. Professors are from mixed backgrounds:
Designed to meet the challenges of processing biomass for use as an alternative fuel, the Master’s degree in Chemicals - Catalysis and Processes - is proposed by the Université de Lille 1 in collaboration with the École Centrale de Lille, the École de Chimie de Lille and IFP School.
The degree aims to:
The master's degree EEET-EDDEE in Environmental Economics, Sustainable Development and Energy is organized jointly by the Paris Nanterre University, the Paris-Saclay University, Mines ParisTech and IFP School. Three programs are offered: Energy Economics, Environmental Economics and Prospective Modelling.