MSc Sustainable Energy Futures – ECE

3rd year undergraduate, 1st year postgraduate
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Why choose the Frontend specialization? Why choose the MSc Sustainable Energy Futures?

Are you interested in the fight against climate change, and want to play your part in the rapid transformation of energy production and consumption patterns? ECE’s MSc Sustainable Energy Futures is for you!

This two-year course gives you expertise in the environment and energy sectors. It stands out for its trans-disciplinary approach, with its emphasis on the acquisition of technical and scientific knowledge, but also its openness to other disciplines such as political science and economics.

Last but not least, the MSc enables you to develop the managerial skills that are essential for your job.

What is the MSc Sustainable Energy Futures program?

The MSc Sustainable Energy Futures trains multi-skilled managers who master all the scientific and technical aspects of the energy sector. Students learn how to implement intelligent systems for managing energy infrastructures and controlling energy consumption. They develop a keen understanding of changes in the energy and environment sector, and are able to anticipate threats and propose appropriate solutions.

Thanks to this English-language course, you’ll also understand theimpact of the energy sector on international relations, and how energy regulation works.

Finally, you will develop a wide range of legal, logistical, financial and regulatory skills.

What is the diploma awarded by the MSc Sustainable Energy Futures?

After your ECE training, you’ll earn an MSc, or Master of Science. This 5-year higher education diploma will enable you to aim for positions of high managerial responsibility in the environment and energy sectors.

What are the career prospects for the MSc Sustainable Energy Futures?

By following the MSc Sustainable Energy Futures at ECE, you will prepare yourself for the following professions:

  • Sustainable development engineer
  • Energy purchasing manager
  • Environmental/QSE/CSR Engineer
  • On-board energy engineer
  • Intelligent building project manager
  • Energy infrastructure maintenance manager (Smart Grid)
  • RE project manager
  • Energy network manager and sustainable development
  • Building energy specialist
  • Energy efficiency consultant

You can work for companies and organizations specializing in solar, thermal, thermodynamic, hydraulic, wind or geothermal energy.

What are the admission requirements for the MSc Sustainable Energy Futures?

The MSc Sustainable Energy Futures is open to students with a baccalaureate +3 in a scientific or technical field (IT). You can also enter the MSc in the second year if you have already completed a bac+4 course in the same field.

Holders of a non-scientific or technical bac+3 can join the ECE preparatory year.

Is it possible to study abroad during the MSc Data Sustainable Energy Futures?

The ECE does not provide for international mobility or internships abroad during the MSc. However, students can take part in internships abroad if they wish, to gain international experience during their studies.

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MSc Sustainable Energy Futures ECE


International Application

The MSc Sustainable Energy Futures is open to international students. If you’d like to join us or find out more about the training we offer, you can apply here or download the brochure.


French application

French students can apply for the MSc Sustainable Energy Futures on the school’s website.

Program features

program type

This program prepares you for an MSc

admission level

The required level to apply is 3rd year undergraduate or 1st year postgraduate

back to school

The new Intake starts in autumn, in September.


This course is given in English.


This course can be taken at the Paris campus.

Tuition fees*

The annual fee for this course is €10,250.

*International Student Pack: €490 mandatory fee for exclusive support services for international students.

Updated 21 January 2024