Master in Industrial engineering

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Course co-accredited by the National Polytechnic Institute of Grenoble (Grenoble INP) and Université Grenoble Alpes

The Master in Industrial Engineering draws on the strength of the Grenoble cluster in the field of production systems, in both teaching (Grenoble INP School of Industrial Engineering and the PHITEM training and research unit) and research (including the G-SCOP 5272 joint research unit laboratory). This multidisciplinary Master primarily covers the strategic research themes defined by two of the site's research clusters: MSTIC (Mathematics, Information & Communication Science and Technologies) and PEM (Physics, Engineering, Materials). Note that the Industrial Innovation Programme is also supported by the laboratories of the SHS1 research cluster (the PACTE, GAEL and CERAG joint research units). In particular, it falls within the "Innovation in Markets" theme.

This Master offers four programmes  

Research-oriented programmes:  Product Development, Operations Management, Industrial Innovation

Sustainable Industrial Engineering (SIE): in English, international programme

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This Master trains students in the field of industrial engineering and therefore leads to all the professions in this field: from product design through to organisation and management of production systems. By its nature, industrial engineering is aimed at all kinds of industrial or service sectors.

More specifically, this Master encompasses an international vocational programme, and three research programmes. The first, designed for foreign students, aims to train managers in the field of industrial engineering with a specialisation on sustainability issues relating to the product and its logistics chain. The other three programmes are research-oriented and lead to careers in teaching and research (private or public) with, in particular, a target of 50% of students going on to doctoral studies. Other students tend to go into industry in France or in their countries of origin, in industrial engineering careers. For the "Operations management" programme, in the supply chain: production, procurement, logistics engineer..., for the "Product development" programme, in product design careers: product engineer, calculation, simulation... and lastly for the "Industrial innovation" programme, careers in innovation: innovation project management, consultants in innovation, monitoring, etc.

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Accredited establishment(s)

  • Université Grenoble Alpes

Access conditions

To be accepted for a Master 1, you must hold a bachelor degree (Licence 3) or equivalent. To be accepted for a Master 2, you must hold a Master 1 degree or equivalent.

Your previous studies must be compatible with the master you wish to study.

The recruitment and registration conditions are stated for each speciality.

For the three programmes in French, the choice of programme is made after admission to the Master in Industrial Engineering.

 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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