Graduates from this specialisation acquire a set of scientific, technical and managerial skills based on:

  • An industrial approach to energy conversion and production, including nuclear and renewable energies, climate engineering, and related aspects of physics and chemistry.
  • The political and economic aspects of energy, environmental issues including standards and lifecycle analysis, as well as clean technologies and pollution clean-up.
  • The specialisation’s "Eco-Friendly Project" gives students the chance to study in further depth and detail the ideas covered in their courses, on subjects taken from industry, engineering, local authorities and research laboratories.

Conventional and Sustainable Energy


Pure and applied engineering research, research consultancy, consultant, energy-use counsellor, account manager, project leader, operations director, energy buyer. There are multiple and varied possible fields of work, ranging from large multinational groups to medium and small companies, private research consultancies and pure research laboratories.