New scholarship program at the master's level (INSTA PARISTECH)

Scholarships for Master’s degrees in Energy, Environment & Maritime Engineering at ENSTA ParisTech – Application deadline: May, 11, 2014


The Campus Paris-Saclay is awarding 140 scholarships to international students admitted in 2014-2015 in Master’s programs within one of the founding members of the future University Paris-Saclay:
     - Amount of the scholarship: 10,000 Euros per year
     - Up to 2 000 € to cover Visa application and travel fees
     - All citizenships are eligible
Students who submit their application for a Master’s Program at ENSTA ParisTech before May 11, 2014 will automatically be considered for a scholarship from the Campus Paris-Saclay.
Master Maritime Engineering: Offshore Energy Engineering
Master Water, Air, Pollution and Energy (WAPE)
Master Nuclear Energy
Master Renewable Energy Science & Technology (REST)
- Application forms can be downloaded on the following webpage:
- Application deadline: MAY 11, 2014
- Partial or full tuition fees waiver is offered to students with excellent academic records and strong recommendations from their supervisors.
ENSTA ParisTech, whose origins date back to 1741, is the oldest and one of the most renowned Graduate School of Engineering in France. It is located since the summer 2012 in brand new buildings on the campus of Ecole Polytechnique in Palaiseau. ENSTA ParisTech is a founding member of ParisTech and a founding member of the University Paris-Saclay.
At the national level, ENSTA ParisTech is consistently ranked in the top 10 out of more than 250 Graduate Schools of Engineering in France (« Grandes Ecoles d’Ingénieurs »). It is ranked 1st (ex aequo) for « academic excellence » and « quality of research » and in the Top 5 for the average salary after graduation (43 000 € /year).
At the international level, a simulation made by the Shanghai Ranking (ARWU) would rank the University Paris-Saclay among the Top 20 of World Universities.
ENSTA ParisTech is offering three degree-programs, an MSc. in Engineering (“Diplôme d’ingénieur”), Master’s degrees and PhDs. The departments perform mostly applied research addressing industrial problems, but are also involved in fundamental developments in the interest of scientific knowledge and aiming at technological breakthroughs. ENSTA ParisTech is particularly recognized by companies for its expertise in the area of Transport, Energy and Complex Systems Engineering.