Master in International Projects and Global Engineering
Fall: August 1st
Winter: December 1st
Summer: April 1st
Application deadlines for international students with study permit
Carry out multidisciplinary projects in a global context
Are you hearing a call from faraway shores and dreaming of managing engineering projects abroad? Get ready to make it happen with the ÉTS Master’s degree in international projects and global engineering.
Whether it’s interpreting international legislation, standards or regulations, leading multicultural teams or mastering the technical, social and environmental issues of work to be carried out abroad – you will gain the knowledge you need to undertake a worldwide career in engineering.
Overview of the Master’s Program in International Projects and Global Engineering
This program was designed for engineers and managers working in an environment where engineering activities predominate. It will provide you with knowledge that will help you to:
- Manage multidisciplinary projects in an international context, from the feasibility study phase right through to completion;
- Interpret the principal international legislative, regulatory and standards frameworks;
- Internationalize innovations;
- Lead multicultural teams, whether they are virtual or on the ground;
- Create and maintain excellent relations with their hierarchy and project partners;
- Analyze and understand the technical, economic, social and environmental issues of international engineering activities.
What degrees provide admission to the Master’s in International Projects and Global Engineering?
To be eligible for this master's program, you need a bachelor’s degree or the equivalent in engineering, applied sciences or a related domain. A minimum average is also required.
Master’s in International Projects and Global Engineering (project profile)
This master’s program is only offered with a project profile. It is composed of 45 credits, including an industry internship of 3 credits and a technical project of 6 credits OR an industry project of 9 credits.