Presentation and objectives
ESME’s master program in Power Conversion Management trains engineers capable of designing energy optimization systems and managing their implementation in very diverse and high-demand sectors: space, aeronautocs, automotive, data, robotics, etc.
Power conversion is at the crossroads of the transitions of our era, as companies need to migrate to renewable energies and improve their energy efficiency. With over a century of experience in the field of energy, ESME has developed specific skills to train engineers in energy production and distribution control, energy conversion for sectors such as civil engineering, transportation including electric and hybrid motor solutions. The school’s expertise and the excellence of its training in the field of energy transition are recognized by major companies in the industrial world.
Learn to design a power converter, size an electrical conversion chain, choose and implement a motor control system, deploy the electrical installation of a building, or manage large scale power conversion projects for companies and organizations.
Last but not least, French language classes are part of the program for all international students. As required by the French Commission for Engineering Titles (CTI), students seeking to obtain the Master’s Degree of Engineering must reach a B1 level of French by the end of their programme.
PREREQUISITES TO JOIN THE MASTER PROGRAM IN POWER CONVERSION MANAGEMENT
> A bachelor’s degree or equivalent in related fields
> Proven knowledge in the following fields
- Fundamentals of electric circuits
- Fundamentals of electronic
- Basic knowledge in control systems
MASTER PROGRAM IN POWER CONVERSION MANAGEMENT PRACTICAL INFORMATION
HOW TO APPLY ?
Before applying to the master program in Power conversion management, make sure you meet the application requirements. Fill out the online application form below and send the admission documents to [email protected].
Special rules apply to exchange students who are part of an established partnership program (Erasmus, Bilateral Agreements, etc.). Therefore, contact the International Office of your home institution if you are interested in being an exchange student.
MASTER PROGRAM IN POWER CONVERSION MANAGEMENT APPLICATION DEADLINE
- Spring intake: November 30th
- Late applications may be considered.
Once you have filled out the online application form, please prepare and send the following admission documents to [email protected] :
- Resume in English
- Academic transcripts
- Cover letter
- Copy of passport
- Proof of English CECRL B2 – IELTS 5.5
We are here to help! If you have any questions, please contact:
Ms. Hamitouche, International Coordinator: [email protected]
Ms. Sarah Campistron, International Coordinator: [email protected]