Master in Electronics, electrical energy, automation

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The University of Grenoble benefits from an exceptional scientific environment, with a high concentration of laboratories of excellence and industries. Its educational teams, made up of specialised academics and qualified professionals, are among the best in Europe. The establishments (UGA and G-INP) are bolstered by first-rate teaching platforms (GreenER, CIME, Minatec, etc.), enabling students to benefit from leading-edge, professional equipment. 

The Master in EEA (Electronics, Electrical Energy, Automation and Signal Processing) is an example, offering a comprehensive training course, adapted to the growing need for specialised skills resulting from the constant transformation of energy and information systems. There are therefore numerous career opportunities, with management positions in industry or research & development in both the public and private sectors.

The course is jointly accredited by the Université́ Grenoble Alpes and Grenoble INP. The first year prepares students for further studies through a foundation programme with two majors (Electrical Energy Systems and Electronic Systems). In the second year of the Master, students specialise and choose from among five programmes:

  • 3MEE Programme (Multiscale and Multiphysics Modelling for Electrical Engineering)
  • CSEE (Design of Electrical Energy Systems) Programme
  • MISCIT (Master in Systems, Control and Information Technologies) Programme
  • MISTRE (Microelectronics Integration of Real-time Embedded Systems) Programme
  • WICS (Wireless Integrated Circuits and Systems) Programme

The 3MEE, MISCIT and WICS programmes target international students (courses are in English) and concentrate on preparing them for doctoral studies or for positions in industry. The CSEE and MISTRE programmes are more vocational, with practical instruction and the option of work-linked training.

The specialisation also includes the two-year Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, which is offered by G-INP.


Accredited establishment(s)

  • Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble

Access conditions

For the first year: holders of a bachelor degree in EEA or physics, or equivalent diploma

For the second year: students who have completed the first year of the Master or equivalent level course in the field of electrical energy

 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).



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