Engineering degrees / Master’s degrees

Industry-oriented programs


Our offer includes ten industry-oriented graduate programs, leading to a specialized engineering degree or Master’s degree qualification which are organized in four major fields in energy and transportation:

  • Sustainable Mobility
  • Energy Economics and Management 
  • Energy Processes
  • Georesources and Energy



The programs aim to provide students with all the skills and knowledge necessary for their chosen profession so that they are immediately operational upon graduation. The programs also prepare them for changes that will occur in the context of the current energy transition.


Read about the key aspects of each of the ten programs in the dedicated sections:

  • program aims and objectives
  • target professions
  • main industrial partners involved
  • program timetable
  • program content.

These dedicated sections also provide information related to the application process and the financing of studies.

Admission criteria:


-          Must hold a qualification equivalent to four or five years of higher education, such as an engineering degree (five years), an American B.Sc. (four years) or an equivalent degree.




-          Must be a fourth-year student in a school (engineering ‘Grande École’ or European university) which has signed a double-degree agreement with IFP School (list of schools).




Key points of the selection process:


-          Selection, which is based on your application and sometimes a personal interview, depends on the content and direction of your initial studies, your grades, your professional experience, and an assessment of your potential, motivation and personality.


-          Applications are online. They must be completed between 15 November 2018 and 31 March 2019. We recommend that you complete your application as early as possible in order to explore the various sources of financial support available (apprenticeships, corporate sponsorships, grants / scholarships, etc.). Looking for funding takes time: do not delay with submitting your application to the School and looking for funding.


-          Final decision taken by the Admissions Board for the program in question.


- The use of an English test (TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS, etc.) is strongly recommended for candidates in French-taught programs.

- An English test is required for applicants in English-language programs who must certify, before the admission board, a minimum level in one of the following tests:

    TOEIC: 850
    TOEFL: 90
    IELTS: 6.5
    Cambridge: 175
    Bulats: 70

Candidates admitted to the selection board whose level is below the minimum required must attend intensive English courses before the start of the academic year (2 or 4 weeks).


Admission schedule




You will also find detailed information about the application procedure and funding of studies on the program-specific pages.