General comments

This section provides information on how to apply to the first year (M1) of the SGE (Environmental Sciences and Engineering) Master's program, as well as a familiarization with the basic notions required for the various M2 majors, plus all the details you'll need to submit an application to any of the four 2nd-year study programs, namely:

  • AIR (Indoor and outdoor atmosphere, Research & Professional pathways)
  • MAPE (Exposure of built structures to the environment, Research & Professional credentials)
  • MECE (Environmental management in public and private-sector organizations, Professional pathway)
  • SAGE (Aquatic systems and water resources management, Research & Professional pathways)

REMINDER : If you're interested in applying to the 1st-year (M1) SGE Master's Program or to one of the 2nd-year (M2) specializations (AIR, MAPE, MECE or SAGE) of the SGE Program, while holding citizenship from a country outside the European Community and outside Switzerland and residing* in one of the countries listed below, you will be required to apply via the Campus France procedure:
Procedure to be followed on the CAMPUS FRANCE website
* The status of resident is acquired by possessing a long-stay visa or residency permit in France that has been valid for more than 6 months. A simple tourist visa does not grant resident status.

ACADEMIC CALENDAR / PROGRAM START DATES

M1 SGE M2 SGE AIR M2 SGE MAPE M2 SGE MECE M2 SGE SAGE
9th September 2019

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9th September 2019

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10th September 2019

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2nd September 2019

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5th September 2019

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GENERAL COMMENTS

In the event of multiple applications, a file must be submitted to the Secretary's Office of each requested major.

All full applications are to be submitted to the Admissions Committee for the given major; this Committee is responsible for conducting interviews, announcing acceptance decisions and proposing an institution (Paris-Diderot, Eastern Paris-Créteil or the Ecole des Ponts ParisTech) for definitive enrollment. The administrative procedures specific to each institution will then need to be completed through the respective Admissions Office.

The work-study calendar for the "AIR Professional" (AIR Pro) and MECE programs: The "AIR Pro" and MECE majors both feature apprenticeship training; as such, their educational calendars are based on a work-study schedule that lasts 2-3 weeks inside a company followed by 2-3 weeks of classroom instruction at the university.
Download the MECE and AIR program's work-study calendar
Download the work-study calendar for the SAGE