|Degree awarded : Master|
Industry today is facing major challenges driven by the high environmental impact of the human activities. Among the major challenges, industry must reduce its impact on the environment and adopt a low carbon footprint trail. The Sustainable Industrial Management Major investigates the key domains that will give the students tools to deal with these challenges and provides a systemic and interdisciplinary understanding of the situation. Major topics are sustainable supply chain management, data analytics, operational excellence, socio-economic aspects of sustainability for industry 4.0. There is a significant amount of research to be carried out still and this major offers the opportunity to follow a research-oriented path that opens up to a doctoral program. The Industrial path allows to directly claim for a job in industry. Our lectures are at the cutting edge of knowledge and involve teachers from our affiliated research laboratories, such as G-SCOP for industrial engineering (both supply chain and product development), CERAG for management sciences, PACT for sociology and GAEL for industrial economics.
Each student will be expected to complete an internship either in an industrial firm or in a research laboratory, in France or abroad. This internship will be an opportunity to consolidate and discover working methods and to learn how to manage real projects. A written dissertation will be required at the end of the training period and it will have to be defended before an examinations board.
Industrial Practice Oriented Master Thesis
Industrial Research Oriented Master Thesis
This program is taught in english.
Students wishing to apply to the SIE Master program must hold a Bachelor of Science, a Bachelor of Engineering Degree, or equivalent in:
The "FSA" application platform will be open from November 15, 2021, until April 07, 2022
If you are a foreign student from one of these countries : you must apply by "FSA" and "Etudes en France" :Algeria, Argentina, Benin, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Chad, Chile, China, Colombia, Comoros, Congo, Côte d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Gabon, Guinea, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Peru, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, United States, Vietnam.
Visa: All foreign students must obtain a visa.
All the applications will be studied in our Commission of Accreditation of Academic Acquisitions (CVAA).
Applications will be examined by commissions on the following dates:
If your application is accepted, you will be contacted for an interview (usually by videoconference). The interview will be conducted in English.
Courses run from September to July.
A 6-month-Internship is required during the 2nd Year, from February to July.
Annabel Jourdan, Maryline Mazzon Teppoz
In Year 2, you have 1 mandatory course depending on your orientation:
MSc SIE helps tomorrow’s industrial engineers to work collaboratively in a globalized international context, with societal constraints as well as environmental and economical impacts.
The SIE Master programme leans on the knowledge triangle Education-Research-Innovation.
It is designed to cover the whole value chain and lifecycle of product and service, from Innovation draft, through to Distribution, in an international context. (See figure 1)It aims at tackling the key issues that are sustainable manufacturing industry, innovation, and sustainability.
Date of update July 7, 2022