A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.
After earning a bachelor’s degree, many students decide to increase their experience and education by pursuing a Master. A Master may take about two years to earn, and there are programs offered in many different areas so that students can find an emphasis that works for them and their goals.
France, officially the French Republic, is a unitary semi-presidential republic located mostly in Western Europe, with several overseas regions and territories.
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The objectives of BiWEM are to provide students with a sound theoretical and practical specialized knowledge in the field of biomass and waste processing. Students in the program will acquire the ability to design economically viable biological or thermochemical processes for the conversion of biomass and waste into new materials or energy carriers, within a sustainable development frame. [+]
Biomass and Waste for Energy and Materials
France benefits from a long, proud tradition of scientific and technological research and innovation that underpins the nation’s achievements in fields such as bioenergy, sustainable development, climate change, waste management. In the French research landscape, the RAPSODEE Research centre of IMT Mines Albi (UMR CNRS 5302) is uniquely positioned to deliver leading-edge training in cleantech and circular economy. Boosted by the RAPSODEE Research centre, the master’s degree BiWEM is a multidisciplinary leading-edge training program that is specifically tailored to address future environmental and societal challenges in the fields of renewable energy and low-carbon economy.... [-]
The Advanced Master course AMPAS is designed by IMT Mines Albi and ISAE-Supaero with the support of aeronautical industry partners. [+]
After a short recession period, the Aeronautical industry market is facing a rapid and continuous increase worldwide as shown by the record-breaking contracts recently signed by both Airbus and Boeing. These two industry leaders forecast an increase of close to 5% in activity over the next years and estimations indicate that the annual increase of large commercial airplanes will induce a doubling of the number of aircraft by 2030.
Nearly sixty percent of the turnover is subcontracted all over the world and concerns mostly production and manufacturing activities. As a consequence, most aeronautical subcontracting companies will have to increase their production rates but also to keep up to date with technological changes; moving from metallic processes toward composite materials processes. Moreover, the aircraft manufacturers have changed their supply chain structure in the last years, and subcontractors are now required to manage more complex parts and to take over, on their own, the qualification processes.... [-]