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Master n+ INSA Toulouse Energy, Water, Chemical Engineering


Official Title
Ingénieur Génie des Procédés - INSA Toulouse

Institute website
http://www.insa-toulouse.fr
Program

Prerequisite of the training
Bachelor (minimum)

Formation type
Initial education

Course languageOnly french
Language level prerequisitesThe minimum language level required, namely : A2 in french et B2 in english will be verified no later than April 1st, 2018

Language requirement to graduate
English B2

The M1 section is taught by
The institute : Insa toulouse

The M2 section is taught by
The institute : Insa toulouse

Domains
Energy, Water, Chemical Engineering
Section M1

Location
Insa toulouse
135, avenue de Rangueil
31077 Toulouse cedex 4

Average academic cost found without insurance of M1
2070 euros

Description M1
The education programme in Chemical Engineering at INSA Toulouse aims to develop skills which are necessary for an engineer to develop, design, operate, optimise, manage or commercialise chemical or biochemical processes. These chemical engineers work in industries in the environmental sector (water/air/waste treatment) or in various other fields (chemistry, petrochemistry, food, pharmacy and cosmetics, specialised materials) and are able to take into account environmental and energetic criteria (eco-processes).
The training develops:
- generalist skills in Chemical Engineering which can be applied to all industries
- the ability to take into account environmental contexts using a knowledge of regulations and water science and environmental engineering and associated metrologies
- the ability to work in a team on multi-disciplinary projects in Chemical Engineering : design of industrial plants
- the ability to manage a project integrating organisational, economic, financial, human and technical aspects
In addition to the generalist skills in Chemical Engineering, the training offers two major specialisations:
- Green-Processes (clean and sober Processes), which develops skills to consider environmental and energetic constraints in order to design and operate processes for all industrials sectors : design of environmental-friendly products, design and control of clean and sober processes, treatment and valorisation of industrial wastes
- Eco- industries (Treatment processes), which develops skills to design or operate processes adapted to the treatment of pollutions (water, air, wastes, grounds, drinking water production).

Scholarships M1
EGIDE, CUMEX, EIFFEL


Period 1
September - January Language Hours* Credits*
or
Core
Basic concepts for unit operations fr 65.00 5.00

Unit operations : technology and design fr 65.00 5.00

Processes simulation and analysis fr 75.00 5.00

Heterogeneous reaction engineering fr 80.00 6.00

Jobs for chemical and environmental engineers fr 85.00 5.00

Marketing, Business Law, Financial fr 45.00 4.00

Note: a part of (or all) the M1-Period 1 will be replaced by a "n+i" special package designed for foreign student.
See the Methodology Integration Package (PIM) for more informations.
Period 2
February - June Language Hours* Credits*
or
Core
Heat exchangers and simultaneous heat and mass transfer unit operations fr 66.00 5.00

Processes & energy fr 59.00 5.00

Project for research introduction en 65.00 5.00

Metrology, environment and risks fr 80.00 6.00

communication fr 75.00 5.00

sport and orther actvities fr 60.00 4.00


* The number of course hours may be subjected to slight variations.
* More informations about ECTS credits.
Section M2

Location
Insa toulouse
135, avenue de Rangueil
31077 Toulouse cedex 4

Average academic cost found without insurance of M2
1170 euros

Description M2
The education programme in Chemical Engineering at INSA Toulouse aims to develop skills which are necessary for an engineer to develop, design, operate, optimise, manage or commercialise chemical or biochemical processes. These chemical engineers work in industries in the environmental sector (water/air/waste treatment) or in various other fields (chemistry, petrochemistry, food, pharmacy and cosmetics, specialised materials) and are able to take into account environmental and energetic criteria (eco-processes).
The training develops:
- generalist skills in Chemical Engineering which can be applied to all industries
- the ability to take into account environmental contexts using a knowledge of regulations and water science and environmental engineering and associated metrologies
- the ability to work in a team on multi-disciplinary projects in Chemical Engineering : design of industrial plants
- the ability to manage a project integrating organisational, economic, financial, human and technical aspects
In addition to the generalist skills in Chemical Engineering, the training offers two major specialisations:
- Green-Processes (clean and sober Processes), which develops skills to consider environmental and energetic constraints in order to design and operate processes for all industrials sectors : design of environmental-friendly products, design and control of clean and sober processes, treatment and valorisation of industrial wastes
- Eco- industries (Treatment processes), which develops skills to design or operate processes adapted to the treatment of pollutions (water, air, wastes, grounds, drinking water production).

Scholarships M2
EGIDE, CUMEX, EIFFEL


Period 1
September - January Language Hours* Credits*
or
Core
Design and environmental assessment of processes en 125.00 9.00

human ressources fr 75.00 6.00

Elective courses, choose 3
Ingineering of drinking water production and waste water treatment fr 75.00 5.00

Industrial Pollution fr 75.00 5.00

Process dynamic, optimisation and control fr 75.00 5.00

Rational use of energy ( fr 75.00 5.00

Separation processes for specific quality water production and new resource exploitation fr 75.00 5.00

Multi-scale and multiphase systems fr 75.00 5.00

Period 2
February - June Language Hours* Credits*
or
Core
Training period Year 5 fr 0.00 30.00


* The number of course hours may be subjected to slight variations.
* More informations about ECTS credits.