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Industrial and Safety Engineering (ISE)


Processing innovations to innovative products requires the control of industrial processes for their entry into market within a reasonable time and price, while providing assurance on their quality and safety. Increasingly, quality and safety requirements will also focus on the manufacturing process. All these processes involve various human, technical and financial resources, all under the influence of many external constraints - regulatory, normative, legal, societal... The conduct of such a system requires an organization to control the use of resources, as well as monitoring their commitment to ensure safety and sustainability. 


Know-how and skills

At the end of the degree, the student will be able to manage the quality and the risks of technological systems (products and facilities) relating to their specification, their design, their implementation, their manufacturing and their operation, and to provide insurance of the actual quality and risk control in a legal, economic and social environment. 


Who can apply ?

Students with a Bachelor of Science / Engineering for access the first year.

Students with a first year of Master of Science/Engineering to access the second year (mainly via university partners to ensure the level of education and skills equivalent to the proposed first year).

French level required for second year applicants: A2



At the end of the 2nd semester, supervised professional project implementing the skills acquired during the first year; report and presentation in front of a jury.

The 4th semester is an internship in a company or in a research laboratory. It can be done in France or abroad. This experience is an opportunity for hiring or starting a PhD. This internship ends with an oral presentation in front of a jury (including professionals), supported by a written report (30 ECTS credits).


Professional openings

  • Research and development departments of large industrial groups
  • Production facilities (production of goods, energy, etc.)
  • Engineering companies and consultants
  • Local authorities, public services specialized or involved in safety insurance