Science, Technology, Health

GREEN Graduate Program - Materials Inspired by NaturE (MINE)

  • ECTS

    120 credits

  • Duration


  • Component

    Collège Sciences et Technologies pour l’Energie et l’Environnement (STEE)

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In 2022-2023, the UPPA is opening a 5-year integrated Master’s/PhD program of excellence linked to the research fields of energy and the environment with research-intensive training in multiple fields.

The GREEN graduate school (GRaduate school for Energetic and Environmental iNnovation) aims to train tomorrow’s research managers, for them to be enlightened about the challenges of energy and the environment, capable of understanding their complexity and proposing innovative solutions to face the challenges of transitions.

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Interdisciplinarity and Research immersion in laboratories

In order to promote transversal and interdisciplinary activities, all the Graduate Programs proposed by GREEN are identically structured. In addition to the research training which represents 40% of a Master’s credits, the courses offered in each GP are a combination of common thematic culture courses in the field of Energy and Environment (Sustainability Science, Resilience Alliance, Ecological Economics and Political Ecology, Health & Ecotoxicology, Energy Law & Policy…..) and basic soft skills completed by fundamental and specialized disciplinary courses to fit with the research or topic interest of the students.

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Training by project

The research-based training program of our GREEN project follows the active educational approach of “student-based learning”. The aim is to guide our students and help them structure their research and innovation projects while giving them a great deal of autonomy.

In the second year, there is therefore a significant reduction in the number of face-to-face courses in favor of project-based learning, in order to put students in a professional situation so that they can experiment with group work and project management. This framework encourages strong interaction between students, lecturers, and researchers to ensure easier integration into the host research laboratories. The interdisciplinary project proposed in the third semester should give students from all the graduate programs an opportunity to produce joint, multidisciplinary work.

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