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Energy Environment: Science Technology and Management (STEEM), Master Degree

École Polytechnique, France

École Polytechnique

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Master DegreeFull-time2 yearsSeptemberEUR 14100 per yearEUR 14100 per year

About Energy Environment: Science Technology and Management (STEEM), Master Degree - at École Polytechnique

The Energy Environment: Science Technology and Management (STEEM) Master is a two-year program, entirely taught in English, geared towards aspiring leaders of the energy transition for the benefit of top manufacturers, innovative start-ups and public organizations.

This Program offers you real-world technical expertise in environmental issues and renewable energy sources, as well as in-depth understanding of the economic, social and geopolitical challenges surrounding their development.

At École Polytechnique, we are committed to delivering an education that emphasizes excellence in the applied sciences, while providing a comprehensive understanding of their industrial, economic and social context.

For more information about the programs, please register to our online information sessions.


The STEEM Program emphasizes hands-on, experience-based learning by inviting you into the worlds of research and industry. To begin with, each student is assigned to one of our degree professors involved in high-level research, in order to benefit from their one-on-one mentoring.

Each year is divided into three terms: two terms of classes and one dedicated to the internship.

The first year of the program provides a scientific basis on Renewable Energy and Environment. During this year, students attend seven scientific courses, one management course, and have to work on one numerical project. The year ends with a research or industrial internship lasting 16 to 20 weeks.

During the second year, students explore the links between renewable energies and environment. They have to take six scientific classes, one management class, and work on one management project. An other research or industrial internship takes place at the end of this year, and lasts 20 to 24 weeks.

Across both years, the STEEM Master students also take foreign language classes, Humanities and French Culture classes, and practise Sports at least once a week. In addition, they have the opportunity to attend the regular Coriolis Conferences.

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Unlike other Masters programs, the STEEM one has the advantage of offering a variety of different courses and students can choose the ones matching their interests, therefore shaping their future careers. Another important asset of the program is the link with industrial partners.

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Entry requirements

Entry in Year 1 : Bachelor's degree in Engineering Science, Mechanical Engineering or Physics or "Diplôme d'ingénieur".

Entry in Year 2 : Master's degree or M1 in Applied Physics or Mechanics, Energy or Environment or "Diplôme d'ingénieur" with a major in Energy, Environment, Physics, Mechanics or Electrical Engineering, or equivalent.

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