MASTER'S OF SCIENCE - YEAR 2, Major: Fuel Cycle (MNE/FC)
International Institute of Nuclear Energy I2EN
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The Master's degree in Nuclear Energy (MNE) is a two-year master's degree program taught exclusively in English. It aims to train high-level experts to meet current and future needs of the nuclear industry: performance optimization of the current reactor fleet, design of third-generation facilities, development of advanced processes and Generation IV reactors, operation of current reactors and facilities, dismantling of facilities, reprocessing of spent fuel, nuclear waste management, etc. The first year consists of common core subjects complemented by a specialization in either physics or chemistry.
Second-year – Fuel Cycle (FC) significant: The Fuel Cycle major is a reference program in the nuclear industry. It aims at giving future managers a global vision of chemistry and physical chemistry applied to the nuclear field through top-level theoretical and practical training. This major's specificity is that it provides students with a fully comprehensive scientific background to study radionuclides' behaviour in condensed phases. This program also allows students to pursue their studies with a PhD and later move on to research careers.
To mobilize a large panel of scientific culture: nuclear materials, nuclear physics and chemistry, mathematics and computer science, project management
Design, develop and execute new and existing processes in industrial environments.
Perform applied research, update the development, analysis, testing, and implementation of innovations
Work in an international context and manage personal and professional projects (management, knowledge of methods and strategies, ethics and politics)
Radiation protection research associate
Power plant line
Primary chemistry engineer
Continuation of a doctorate