Presentation of the school:

Grenoble has always been in the forefront of the development of new technologies in the field of energy
and water management. Taking full advantage of this background, the Ense3 school trains high-level
engineers and doctors able to take up the challenges associated with the new energy order, with the increasing
demand of water, both in quantity and quality, and with the sustainable development and country planning. Master Degree Programs Include: - Hydraulic Engineering (Master in one or two years taught in English)
- Electrical Engineering for Smart Buildings and Grids (Master in one or two years taught in English) - Electrical Power Engineering (taught in French) - Mechanical & Energy Engineering (taught in French) - Nuclear & Energy Engineering (taught in French) - Energy Systems and Associated Markets (taught in French) - Hydraulics, Civil & Environmental Engineering (taught in French) - Automatic Control, Systems and Information Technology (taught in French) - Signal & Image Processing, Communication Systems & Multimedia (taught in French) Our school combines technical and scientific skills in the domains of electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, civil
and environmental engineering to be able to handle the full energy chain (production, distribution, usages, trading)
as well as the full water cycle (harnessing, storage, supply, treatment). Our engineering training strongly involves our
industrial partners with a large part of practical training periods taking place within the companies. Studies at Ense3 lead to the French degree "Diplôme National d'Ingénieur Grenoble INP-Ense3"
(equivalent to a Master's degree) or to a PhD degree. Each programme offers the opportunity to pursue with a PhD. French Language Courses: Courses are taught in French (except for the two masters taught in english) so you must have a good command
of French if you want to study at Ense3. Grenoble INP offers two French intensive weeks: one session which takes
place the last week of August. Intensive French language courses are also offered by the CUEF
(Centre Universitaire d'Etudes Françaises) for the summer break at a special rate for exchange students and by
 Alliance Française. Throughout the academic year, you can also follow French language courses (2 hours a week). Facts and Figures: * Merging of two engineering schools initially founded in 1898 * 1200 students: 750 at the Master level; 150 at the PhD level * 10 student/staff ratio * 9 research laboratories * 2 000 m2 of technology platforms and demonstration facilities * 250 industrial partners * 250 agreements with universities all over the world * Students of a school belonging to the French network of Grandes Ecoles d'Ingénieurs (Engineering Graduate Schools)
 are admitted only after a highly competitive exam or through a scrupulous examination of their application
by a selection committee. Location: Grenoble is a town with a large student population (60,000, around a tenth of the population), young and
relaxed, cosmopolitan, with a healthy cultural and sporting life. At 3 hours from Paris by train, near the Alps
and world famous ski resorts, Grenoble is a town in where you can feel the influence of Italy and the Mediterranean.



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