The European joint Masters of Science in Management and Engineering of Environment and Energy (ME3) is an inter-disciplinary programme which brings together:

  • Management and Engineering
  • Energy and Environment
  • European and international collaborations.
  • All these aspects make the ME3 Masters course a unique programme in European higher education, and constitute the “raison d’être” of the university consortium.

    The excellence of the ME3 programme is internationally recognised. Indeed, it was selected by the European Commission (EACEA) to be supported as an Erasmus Mundus Master Course for its past editions.

    The excellence of the ME3 programme is internationally recognised. Indeed, it has been supported by the European Commission (EACEA) as an Erasmus Mundus Master Course until edition 2017-2019.

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    The ME3 programme prepares students to work in industrial or academic sectors, in internationally-oriented working environments, that require a solid background in state-of-the art process technology combined with the ability to deal with multi-cultural management and working practices.

    At the end of the course, graduates will have acquired the professional skills required to pilot complex engineering projects in industry and solve environmental and energy issues through an integrated approach, taking into account human, social and economic challenges.

    The programme lasts 2 years, the first 18 months of which are mainly devoted to academic learning, acquisition and consolidation of knowledge and skills. During the last 6 months, students perform a professional internship leading to a Master’s thesis. The language of instruction is English.

    During the first year of the Masters programme, students have the option of experiencing the ways of life in Madrid (Spain) and/or Nantes (France).

    During the second year, it is possible to do a part of the programme in another third European country: Stockholm (Sweden), Budapest (Hungary) or Nantes (France)

    You can find a leaflet with information about the ME3 programme here.