MaNuEn - Materials science for Nuclear Energy EMINE - European Master in Nuclear Energy
The Master MaNuEn - Materials science for Nuclear Energy - and the Master EMINE - European Master in Nuclear Energy - are international masters program for students willing to work in nuclear industry, R&D or research centers.
It is a Grenoble INP program (only french university in the top 100 of QS ranking in the category of materials science) and also a Université Grenoble Alpes program (in the range 150-200 of world QS ranking)
MaNuEn is a two years master program designed to cover specificities of materials used in a nuclear environment from nuclear fuels to structural materials of nuclear reactors, with special focus on their durability under irradiation. The second year of the master MaNuEn is common with the Master of Science Innovation in Nuclear Energy - EMINE (first year at KTH in Sweden or UPC in Spain).
From left to right : Grenoble campus, MAI EDF center and CEA hot labs, Students of the Master
1st year of the master MaNuEn : the fist year is devoted to materials science basics and nuclear science basics. Follow the links below to obtain details :
2nd year of the master MaNuEn EMINE : the second year is devoted to materials under irradiation with strong involvement of key actors in nuclear (EDF, CEA, AREVA) and specific in site course at EDF and CEA >> Click here for details of courses and ECTS credits
The first criteria is your motivation and your interest in materials for nuclear applications. Another criteria is your level of English (minimum results to TOEFL and TOEIC are required, but if your level is not so good your application may be considered if you have good academic results in scientific topics). The first year M1 MaNuEn or EMINE is opened to student with a bachelor degree (3 or 4 years) in physics, materials, nuclear, chemistry .. The second year M2 MaNuEn is opened to student with a master degree or a bachelor in 4 or 5 years in physics, materials, nuclear, chemistr .