Master in Civil engineering

Master in Civil engineering

Hydraulic and Civil Engineering (HCE)


The international HCE programme, over M1+M2, more than 80% of the ECTS are common to the ENSE3, and four courses worth 3 ECTS are also common to the GCER programme.

The Hydraulic and Civil Engineering (HCE) programme is an international vocational course whose main objective is to train engineers/managers in the field of water and environmental engineering, whether for the private or public sector. In the HCE programme, special attention is paid to issues relating to the design of unique constructions and structures for which water flows are decisive factors. The employment opportunities at management level concern: studies, design, consulting and services in hydraulics, structures, geotechnology, offshore, natural risks; design of structures; maintenance, management and operation of hydraulic structures and networks.

You can find more information on the ENSE3 website



Atouts de la formation

For the HCE programme, 70% of classes are given in English. 


Formation tournée vers l’international



Access conditions

Candidates for continuing education:

You are eligible for continuing education:

  • if you are resuming your studies after two years of interruption,
  • or if you followed a training course under the continuing education scheme in either of the past two years,
  • or if you are an employee, job seeker, or self-employed worker.

 If you do not have the diploma required for admission to the course, you can undertake a process of validation of prior personal and professional experience (VAPP).