ENVIM Specialized Master

The Specialized Master’s degree from Mines Paris – PSL offers an opportunity to specialize or acquire dual skills that are immediately operational in the corporate world.

Becoming an ecological transition manager in an international context

Since 2007, the MS ENVIM has been training managers in ecological transition and sustainable development for international careers in institutions, companies and organisations where these issues are major challenges.

The course includes theoretical and practical teaching covering the systemic, environmental, political and social aspects of the transition. It enables students to acquire a 360° approach to today’s major challenges, as well as skills in analytical, diagnostic and forward-looking methodologies for decision-making.

These systemic, multidisciplinary approaches, in the context of very diverse multicultural contexts, are extremely valuable. In partnership with the University of Pennsylvania, this programme welcomes their International Environmental Management students in a dual programme.

A teaching approach that takes a practical, systemic approach based on international projects

A course based on a large number of case studies and projects, providing an innovative and practical teaching approach, with a field visit

  • “Option Asia” over 14 months, in cooperation with Tsinghua University
  • “Europe Option”, in cooperation with European partner universities, for specialised courses on specific themes. (Note: this option is subject to change; more information is available on the Master’s website).
  • “World Option” over 12 months, in France, with a visit and a field project.
  • Centre: Higher Institute of Environmental Engineering and Management (ISIGE)
  • Duration: 12 to 14 months
  • Language: English
  • Cost: €14,000 Asia & Europe option / €10,000 World option


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